In order to create a safe internal environment, aerobic septic systems rely on oxygen-consuming bacteria to break down and destroy toxic waste. The helpful bacteria within an aerobic septic system take oxygen and use it to multiply and grow. The bacteria then are able to break apart waste from your home or business, thus creating a safe environment within your septic system.
One of the ways in which a septic system can become toxic is by not receiving enough oxygen. Signs that your aerobic system may have gone toxic include foul-smelling discharge, bad odor coming from the system, difficulties in removing and disposing of the waste, and potential damages to the septic system itself. Avoiding toxicity is simple, so long as your septic system has a steady supply of oxygen. Oxygen is supplied to an aerobic septic system via a septic air pump, like the Hiblow HP-60-017.
Hiblow has been creating top-of-the-line septic air pumps for decades, and their products can be found in use all over the world in both residential and commercial applications. Hiblow products are loved for their efficiency, longevity, and excellent performance.
The Hiblow HP-60-017 septic air pump is designed with a linear diaphragm to reduce the amount of heat and friction produced during use. Other septic air pumps often have internal parts that rub and grind against each other, eventually wearing down the unit from the inside out. With no parts to rub together and minimal heat build-up, the Hiblow HP-60-017 can last years with only basic routine maintenance.
Hiblow septic air pumps like the HP-60-017 can even be rebuilt up to two times before needing to be replaced. The best part is, you don’t need a professional to rebuild your septic air pump! Wholesale Septic Supply sells rebuild kits for most Hiblow septic air pump models, which include replacement parts for commonly worn-down components, and instructions for rebuilding.