Septic Control Panels

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Sewage Simplex Septic Control Panel 8"x6"x4"
Sewage Simplex Control Panel LPD-B Overview: The LPD-B is designed to operate a simplex lift station with alarm.  This control can be used for pump up or pump down operation. The pump operation is on demand with a two float set up. The two floats are Pump On/Off float and High Water Alarm float.  This control does not have a contractor and all p...
Sewage Simplex Control Panel LPD-B Overview: The LPD-B is designed to operate a simplex lift station with alarm.  This control can be used for pump...
  2 Reviews
$175.00
Red Alarm Light
The red control panel alarm light is a complete replacement light with 7 watt bulb, 2 prong connection that connects at the top of the control panel. It has a gasket to seal the light and screws on. This is a universal light and should work on all control panels that are 110-120V.
The red control panel alarm light is a complete replacement light with 7 watt bulb, 2 prong connection that connects at the top of the control pane...
  2 Reviews
$25.00
E2 Economy Timer Septic Control Panel 10"x8"x4"
E2 Economy Timer Septic Control Panel Overview: The E2 is designed to operate a residential aerobic treatment unit.  This control panel will power one rotary or linear air compressor and one effluent pump.  The E1 control will monitor the water level and system air pressure. There will be a 360 degree top mounted red light and piezoelectric buzz...
E2 Economy Timer Septic Control Panel Overview: The E2 is designed to operate a residential aerobic treatment unit.  This control panel will power ...
$255.00
Grasslin 24HR Septic Timer
Gasslin Fm/1 STUZH-L  is the most common timer used in septic control panels. The time controls what time  The most common application is to control the time when the sprinklers come on as mandated by the certain areas. The timer allows for the the unit to spray at a specific time over and over with out any input. Since the time is basically a r...
Gasslin Fm/1 STUZH-L  is the most common timer used in septic control panels. The time controls what time  The most common application is to contro...
$35.00
Grinder Simplex Control Panel 8"x6"x4"
Simplex Control Panel LPD-B Overview: The LPD-B is designed to operate a simplex lift station with alarm.  This control can be used for pump up or pump down operation. The pump operation is on demand with a two float set up. The two floats are Pump On/Off float and High Water Alarm float.  This control does not have a contractor and all pump amp...
Simplex Control Panel LPD-B Overview: The LPD-B is designed to operate a simplex lift station with alarm.  This control can be used for pump up or ...
$175.00
E1 Economy Timer Septic Control Panel 10"x8"x4" Front View Open
E1 Economy Septic Control Panel Overview: The E1 is designed to operate an aerobic treatment unit.  This control panel will power one rotary or linear air compressor and one effluent pump.  The E1 control will monitor the water level and system air pressure. There will be a 360 degree top mounted red light and piezoelectric buzzer in the door of...
E1 Economy Septic Control Panel Overview: The E1 is designed to operate an aerobic treatment unit.  This control panel will power one rotary or lin...
$220.00
Septic Control Panels

RJR Controls Control Panels

Overview

Control panels are designed to monitor every part of your treatment system, also offering you complete control over it for regular usage or maintenance purposes. There are a few key parts that make up the system as a whole.

Control Panels

The panels themselves house the controls over your septic system. These include power for the air and water pumps as well as pump failure indicators. Other types of pump systems may require simplex or duplex control panels, which monitor a set of one or two submersible pumps. For these systems, an alarm will notify you in the event of high water or a tripped fuse. There are several time-dosing control panels that regulate water usage during peak times. They use cycle timers to distribute water across both primary and secondary systems.