Aerobic Septic Tank Control Panels
Control Panels for Aerobic Septic Systems
The control panel is the brain of your aerobic septic system. Aerobic septic tank control panels are responsible for aiding with different critical functions. The majority of control panels are responsible for powering the air pump and alarm. The alarm system is extremely important to avoid costly damages. When a part of your aerobic septic system isn’t functioning properly you need to know immediately. Without the control panel, the alarm won’t be able to notify you when something has gone wrong.
A properly powered alarm will tell you when there is a high water alert or air pump failure. Air pumps are the most active part of your aerobic septic system. If the control panel is the brain the air pump is the heart. You have to act immediately when damage has caused your systems air pump to falter. We offer a variety of aerobic septic tank control panels to use with your aerobic septic unit. These control panels are designed specifically for aerobic septic wastewater systems.
There are many different types of aerobic treatment systems. The area you live in will play a large role in determining the design of your system. For your convenience, we offer a wide selection of control panels to meet your needs. Aerobic control panels can be split into two broad categories. The first category of control panels works for aerobic treatment systems that only use an air pump. Remember, the air pump will always be included with every extended aeration system. This is because without the pump the waste wouldn’t have any way of being broken down.
The air pump is responsible for introducing the oxygen into the tank. Once oxygen is present in the septic unit, aerobic bacteria eat the waste product. The first group of aerobic septic tank control panels is used to help systems that only need the air pump for proper functioning capabilities. The second group of aerobic septic tank control panels helps when you have a submersible pump. Certain aerobic septic systems use both an air pump and a submersible pump. The submersible pump helps remove the treated water from the septic tank. Usually, the submersible pump is responsible for sending the treated water to a secondary treatment system. However, in most cases, the treated water is sent to a drip irrigation system. It’s important to know what type of system you have before purchasing your control panel.
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