What is aerator control panel?

What is aerator control panel?

Aerobic control panels are designed to control and monitor all of the functions of an aerobic septic system. These functions include supplying power to the air pump and submersible pump, signaling air pump failure, and notifying of high water or submersible pump failure.

What does a septic control panel do?

The panels themselves house the controls over your septic system. These include power for the air and water pumps as well as pump failure indicators. Other types of pump systems may require simplex or duplex control panels, which monitor a set of one or two submersible pumps.

Why is my aerobic system beeping?

Aerobic Treatment Systems usually consist of an aeration device that can be an external air pump or air compressor, or an internal unit such as a shaft aerator or a submersible aerator. The cause of an alarm on aerobic systems is either the failure of the aeration device or high water level inside the tank.

How does a jet aeration system work?

A Jet aerator works through aspirating technology by simultaneously introducing large volumes of high kinetic energy liquid and air through one or more jet nozzles. The high velocity liquid exits the inner, primary jet and rapidly mixes with the incoming air in the outer jet.

Why is the red light on on my aerobic septic system?

The red light indicates the alarm is receiving a signal from the pump tank that the water level is rising higher or is dropping lower than it should be.

Should septic aerator run all the time?

The aerator should run 24/7 nonstop and should not cost more than 10 dollars a month to run. If you electric bill is high something else is causing it or the system is not correctly hooked up.

What does orange light on aerobic septic system mean?

Amber represents an aeration alarm (COMP). For each alarm light there is a corresponding audible alarm which can be muted.

How often should you put chlorine in your aerobic septic system?

every 2-3 months
It is designed to hold up to 6 gallons of regualar household bleach. Pour a gallon or two in every 2-3 months and be done!

Related Posts