However, as with all air pumps, your system will eventually need to be serviced. Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pumps typically have to be rebuilt in 4 to 6 years, depending on where you live.
If you Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump has recently stopped working, or has suffered damage, you will likely need to rebuild your air pump. However, buying a new model is a costly venture. If your system is under a decade old, it can likely be rebuilt for a fraction of the cost.
Before you decide to rebuild, you should check your aerator for rust. If there is red dust built up inside of your air pump, that means your coils are rusting. If your coils are rusting, you will need to purchase a replacement septic air pump. You can find new models on Wholesale Septic Supply’s website.
If your system can be rebuilt, this Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump Rebuild kit comes with everything you need. It comes standard with 2 diaphragms and the diaphragm mounting hardware. The kit also comes with 4 air valves, mounting blocks, safety screws, and a brand new filter.
As long as you have a tool kit and basic knowledge of air pumps, you should be able to complete this DIY task at home. It should typically take less than 20 minutes to rebuild you Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump. The kit comes with intuitive instructions to lead you through the rebuilding process.
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