Hiblow products are beloved by professionals and amateurs alike because of their longevity and low maintenance requirements. A typically hiblow product can operate for 4 to 6 years before needing a major rebuild. Similarly, the product can usually last over a decade because you need to buy a whole new system.
If your Hiblow HP-80 system has recently stopped working, you should inspect your air pump’s Magnetic Rod Block. The Rod Block is an essential part for the operation for your Hiblow Septic Air Pump. The Hiblow HP-40 Magnetic Rod Block is operated by 2 magnets that push the rod block back and forth as the coils engage and disengage at a rapid pace. This causes the diaphragms to push air in and out.
If you notice your Hiblow HP-40 Septic Air Pump is not properly pushing air in and out, there may be an issue with the Magnetic Rod Block. It is uncommon for this part to break, so many people do not assume it can be the cause of air pump issues. However, if your air pump has stopped working, you should check the Magnetic Rod Block right away.
If you have determined the Magnetic Rod Block is the cause of the problem in your Hiblow HP-40 Septic Air Pump, this Hiblow HP-40 Magnetic Rod Block is the exact replacement you need.
If you have replaced your Magnetic Rod Block, and your Hiblow HP-40 is still not working, there could also be a problem with the diaphragms. Wholesale Septic Supply offers full Hiblow HP-40 Septic Air Pump Repair Kits. These kits often take under 30 minutes to install, and cost just the fraction of the price of a whole new septic system.