Aerobic septic systems are becoming more popular for their efficiency and power over anaerobic systems. The most vital piece of your aerobic septic system is the component that supplies the “aero” aspect, or air: the air pump.
Without a quality air pump, your system will not function well. It may fail to clear waste at an efficient rate or it may break down entirely. It is important that you select a high quality, a functional air pump to keep your system healthy. For an efficient septic system that won’t cause you headaches down the line, invest in a top-tier air pump from Hiblow.
Hiblow is known for its numerous quality septic pumps. Before purchasing an air pump, you need to determine the size and power that your system will need. Septic air pumps are not one size fits all. Installing the wrong size air pump may result in sub-optimal operation or even damage to your system.
When browsing different air pump sizes, take into account your system’s tank size, how many gallons of waste per day your system can treat, and the type of air diffusers you have installed.
The HP-150 Septic Air Pump is a powerful pressure pump designed to keep your septic system working like new. Although slightly louder than other Hiblow models, the HP-150 still operates at a low 48 dBA, which is quieter than many commercial floor cleaning machines.
The Hiblow HP-150 Septic Air Pump is available with integral low-pressure alarms for 120 VAC applications that alert you to unexpected changes in your system’s functionality. Also included are an equipped thermal overload protection and a pressure tap location for the external alarm sensor.
The HP-150 is of a standard size approved for 120 VAC models with additional compliant modes available.
The Hiblow HP-150 Septic Air Pump is designed to quietly and efficiently keep your septic system running smoothly. Its no-frills design includes fewer moving parts than other air pumps, which limits the possibility for errors, damage, or necessary replacements.