Septic Tank Control Panel Parts

Septic Tank Control Panel Parts

Septic Tank Control Panel Parts

The control panel parts of your septic system is 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 also time dosing control panels that regulate water usage during peak times. They use cycle timers to distribute water across both primary and secondary systems.

Alarms

Septic tank alarms are available in both indoor and outdoor models and are designed to indicate high water level within your septic tank. These work by using float switches that activate when the water hits a certain level. Knowing when your septic tank may be overflowing can save you from disastrous damage in the future.

Air pressure Switches

These switches are a part of the alarm system and help determine the pressure level of your air pump. If an air pump is not functioning properly, the PSI will drop below 1 and trigger the alarm. Use the air pressure switch to ensure that all of your septic systems are being constantly monitored.

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Septic Tank Alarm
Aerobic Septic Control Panel - External Air Alarm - Septic Tank Alarm If your septic air pump is still working or just been replaced or rebuilt and the air alarm is still on. There is a good chance the switch is not working and needs to be replaced. It is simplr to do and takes two three min maximum. The wires and most switchs are universal so t...
Aerobic Septic Control Panel - External Air Alarm - Septic Tank Alarm If your septic air pump is still working or just been replaced or rebuilt and...
$20.00
Septic Hose Tubing
When installing a new septic control panel, you will need the hose. The hose runs from the septic air pump to a pressure switch in the control panel. This tube transfers the air that operates the switch and lets the control panel know that air is going into the septic system. Also after may year it could degrade and need replacing in older aerob...
When installing a new septic control panel, you will need the hose. The hose runs from the septic air pump to a pressure switch in the control pane...
$4.75
Ingram Piezo Sound Alarm
The Ingram Piezo Sound Alarm goes on all our aerobic systems. It is designed to be mounted external from the inside of the control panel facing outward. While we use them for septic and aerobic systems they are designed to be a cost effective audible alarm for all industrial control purposes. It is molded from tough GE Valox, weatherproof and su...
The Ingram Piezo Sound Alarm goes on all our aerobic systems. It is designed to be mounted external from the inside of the control panel facing out...
$28.00
Tran N2 septic control panel no timer
The Tran N2 septic control panel with no timer has 3 breakers: one for the pump, one for the alarm, and one for the aerator. It has an air sensor to alert you to the septic air pump failing also. This control panel is for on demand systems. On demand systems automatically disperses the water when the float switch reaches the on level.   Specif...
The Tran N2 septic control panel with no timer has 3 breakers: one for the pump, one for the alarm, and one for the aerator. It has an air sensor t...
$220.00 $240.00