An aerobic septic systems no longer produce a sterile effluent, so it can be dangerous if you don’t have the proper leach field or drainage setup. No one wants exposed, untreated sewage, and it’s particularly dangerous if you use your effluent for any irrigation purposes.
Before replacing your air pump ensure you have all the correct tools, equipment, and experience. It is your responsibility to adhere to local laws and regulations, and replacing a septic air pump may require professional assistance. Not all air pumps are built the same, so ensure this air pump works properly with your current aerobic treatment system.
Wholesale Septic Supply only sells Clearstream replacement pumps. Wholesale Septic Supply is not a Clearstream, LLC authorized distributor, dealer, or affiliate. Clearstream is a Registered Trademark of Clearstream, LLC.
|Max Flow||4.8 cfm|
|Max Pressure||5 psi|
|Max Vacuum||24 in-Hg|
|Power Rating||1/4 Hp|
I have clearstream 103 E -- is this pump a suitable replacement? what is difference with 103 ED Thankyo
Some have a capacitor on top some don't have a capacitor. When they changed motors, they would change model numbers they all do the same cfm, have the identical vanes also. This pump will directly replace the other one.