Hiblow HP-80-0110 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit

Hiblow HP-80-0110 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit

Hiblow HP-80-0110 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit

Overview

We know the importance of keeping your septic system running smoothly. We also realize that purchasing an entirely new aerator can put a huge dent in your wallet. In order to save you money, we stock a rebuild kit for the most widely used septic aerator in the industry. A new Hiblow HP-80-0110 aerator would cost hundreds of dollars, but by purchasing the rebuild kit, you can save time and money. In fact, 95 percent of Hiblow septic air pump repairs can be fixed in as little as 10 mins. By investing in a rebuild kit, you will have the parts necessary to fix this repair, as well as any others that may happen over the life of your aerator. Increase the longevity of your aerator and keep your septic system functioning properly with the Hiblow HP-80-0110 rebuild kit.If you are unsure as to whether or not your Hiblow HP-80-0110 aerator is in need of a repair, look inside the unit and see if you spot any red dust. This dust is an indicator that the coils are failing. When an aerator coils cease to work, your septic system will be unable to run smoothly. A failing septic system will be unable to remove waste efficiently, and could even cause harm to you and your family. Rebuilding the Hiblow Hp80-0110 is so simple that we have even included a video that demonstrates how to perform a repair.\r\n\r\nThis Hiblow HP-80-0110 full rebuild kit includes:

  • 2 Diaphragms
  • Mounting Hardware (for diaphragms)
  • 4 Air Valves
  • Mounting Blocks Heads
  • Black Safety Screw
  • Safety Nut for Safety Screw
  • A Brand New Filter

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • I have a HP-50W-016 air pump. what rebuild kit do I use?

    You can use the Hiblow 80 rebuild kit to rebuild it.

  • I opened up my Hiblow and found that the safety screw is broken. I don't see anything else wrong with it could I be wrong or do I just need to replace the safety screw to fix it.

    There is a good chance the diaphragm is ruptured on one of the diaphragms. The screw doesn't just break for any reason. The magnet that travels back and fouth has two ridges on it they are there so if the magnet moves too far the ribs hit the safety screw and break it. The unit shuts off when this happens, so it doesn't damage itself further. You need to buy a rebuild kit to fix it has a safety screw in the kit along with a filter, chamber blocks, and diaphragms.