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Gast AT03 Rotary Vane Septic Air Pump

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Gast AT03 Rotary Vane Septic Air Pump


An aerobic septic air pump is crucial for ensuring the well being and efficiency of your entire septic system. In fact, without the help of air, your septic system would essentially be treating your water through unsatisfactory anaerobic processes. If your water is not treated correctly, it could be dangerous to anyone who comes into contact with it.

Without the addition of an effective air pump, your water will smell like raw sewage. In fact, without a high quality aerator, your water will remain full of waste and hazardous materials. An aerobic septic air pump, forces air into the septic system so that air can sustain the microorganisms that digest the waste. When your aerator stops working, this process cannot take place.If you are looking for a top of the line aerobic septic air pump we recommend using the Gast AT03 rotary vane septic air pump.

This pump is perfect for aerobic septic systems that treat 500-600 gallons of water per day. This specific model uses the rotary vane method to deliver air to the unit. Once the air has entered the tank, it works to break down waste and create a safe environment for you and your family. By using the rotary vane method of delivery, the Gast AT03 is able to last much longer than the average aerator. Because the carbon vanes wear very slowly, this pump has an average life of seven years. We guarantee that time is no match for the Gas AT03. Even after seven years have lapsed, if you do notice any issues with your septic pump, maintenance is extremely easy.


  • Max Flow (60 Hz) 3.7 cfm (8.2 m3/h)
  • Max Pressure 10 psi (0.4 bar)
  • Max Vacuum 24 in-Hg (150 mbar)
  • Power Rating 1/4 hp (0.19 kW) 4.7 max amps

P/N: AT03


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