Septic Control Panels

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Jet Dosing Septic Control Panel
  Jet Dosing Septic Control Panel  Overview: The ACP-DJCS is designed to operate an aerobic treatment unit with a Jet or NorWeco style shaft aerator.  This control panel will power one shaft aerator and one effluent pump. There is no timer to operate the aerator in this control. The aerator in this system will run continuously. There will be a 3...
  Jet Dosing Septic Control Panel  Overview: The ACP-DJCS is designed to operate an aerobic treatment unit with a Jet or NorWeco style shaft aerato...
$426.75
Jet Dual Aerator Clock Timer Septic Control Panel
Jet Dual Aerator Clock Timer Septic Control Panel ACP-CJ2ACS Overview: The aerators in this system will run continuously. There will be a 360 degree top mounted red light for alarm conditions and a piezoelectric buzzer in the door of the enclosure. The 20 Amp pump circuit breaker will supply a 120VAC single phase ½ HP or smaller pump. The pump o...
Jet Dual Aerator Clock Timer Septic Control Panel ACP-CJ2ACS Overview: The aerators in this system will run continuously. There will be a 360 degre...
$433.00
Simplex Dosing Timer Control Panel
Simplex Dosing Timer Control Panel LPD-DT Overview: The LPD-DT 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 controlled by an Omron H3CRF8 repeat cycle timer. With this timer, the pump can be operated from one second to 30 hours with an independent ru...
Simplex Dosing Timer Control Panel LPD-DT Overview: The LPD-DT is designed to operate a simplex lift station with alarm.  This control can be used ...
$318.75

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.