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Septic Air Pumps - The Lifeline of Your Aerobic System

There are many common misconceptions about what exactly is the purpose or importance of the air pump or aerator in an aerobic septic system. In this article I will discuss in further detail the importance of your air pump and why exactly it needs to be maintained and running properly at all times.

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Septic Tanks Risers- Bring Your Access To Ground Level

Tired of having to dig up your yard every time you need your septic tank pumped out or serviced? Tired of handling extremely heavy concrete lids? Sounds like you are in need of septic tank risers to bring your access to ground level! Our septic tank risers and covers are made from high quality, heavy duty polyethylene plastic which makes them very strong and durable while also allowing them to be easy to handle.

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Selecting the Correct Control Panel

Purchasing and replacing a control panel can be a daunting task for most homeowners, but it is a challenge that is not as complex as one might think. In this article I will discuss the basic types of control panels that Septic Solutions carries and how to decide which panel will work best for your application.

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How To Choose The Correct Submersible Pump

The size, shape, and capabilities of a submersible pump can vary greatly from application to application. In this article I will discuss the differences between our many different styles of submersible pumps and help you decide which pump to choose for your application.

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Sewage Ejector Pumps -vs- Sewage Grinder Pumps

In the sales department at Septic Solutions®, we field many phone calls about submersible sewage pumps. A vast majority of those customers in need of a sewage handling pump automatically believe that they must get a Sewage Grinder pump. This is mostly due to the "lingo" in our industry that is thrown around to where people have the misconception that ALL Sewage handling pumps are in fact Grinder Pumps. That is not the case at all. Sewage handling pumps fall into two categories: Sewage Ejector Pumps and Sewage Grinder Pumps.

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Choosing A Float Switch - Everything You Need to Know

Finding the correct float switch for your application can become very confusing, due mainly to the fact that there are just so many to choose from. At Septic Solutions, we carry nearly 20 different float switches, and these are only the most popular models. In this article we will discuss in further detail how to choose the correct float for your application.

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How To Hard Wire A Float Switch To A Submersible Pump

Submersible pumps use float switches to perform automatic operation. The float switch moves with the water level in the tank and this determines when the pump turns on and shuts off. In this article we will discuss the correct way to hard wire a float switch to a submersible pump in order to achieve automatic operation.

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