Hiblow HP-80 Linear Septic Air Pump with Attached Alarm
ATTACHED ALARM SIGNALS AIR PUMP FAILURE
The Hiblow HP-80 Linear Septic Air Pump is commonly used as an aerator on many 500 GPD aerobic treatment systems. The Hiblow HP-80 is extremely quiet and energy efficient. The operating life of this unit is among the best available on the market.
The Hiblow HP-80-013A is a compatible replacement for the Gast SPP-80, Thomas 5078S, Medo LA-80, Secoh EL-80-15, and many other 80 LPM units. This air pump includes an attached alarm that signals air pump failure when the pressure drops below 1 PSI.
This air pump is brand new and as a part of our Whale of a Deal program has a 2 Year Warranty!
Hiblow HP-80-015A Specifications
- 4.2 cfm (cubic feet per minute) Maximum Air Flow (@ 0 PSI)
- 80 LPM (Liters Per Minute) @ 2.13 PSI
- 3.6 PSI Maximum Continuous Operating Pressure
- 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1.6A, 71 Watts
- 36 dBA Measured @ 1 Meter
- Includes Attached Alarm To Signal Air Pump Failure
- Alarm Includes Run / Test / Mute Switch
- Dimensions: 9.3'' L x 7.1'' W x 7.8'' H
- Condition: NEW
- Includes Rubber 90 with Hose Clamps
- Replaces HP-80-013A, Thomas 5078S and 5080S, Secoh EL-80-15, Medo LA-80B, and other 80 LPM Linear Air Pumps
- Fits Many 500 and 600 GPD Aerobic Treatment Systems (Sizing is Determinded By Brand of Aerobic System)
- WHALE OF A DEAL - EXTENDED TWO YEAR WARRANTY!
(The Standard Manufacturer's Warranty is one year and Septic Solutions' warranties this unit in full for an additional year)
Hiblow HP-80-015A Applications
The Hiblow HP-80 linear septic air pump is commonly used on many 500 GPD and 600 GPD rated NSF Class 1 Standard 40 aerobic treatment systems (ATUs). The Hiblow linear diaphragm septic air pumps are widely regarded as the highest quality and longest lasting septic air pumps available on the market. They are extremely quiet and very energy efficient. The Hiblow HP-80 can be used for septic tank aeration as well as an aerator for small ponds.
THE LIFELINE TO YOUR AEROBIC SEPTIC SYSTEM!
The septic air pump is literally the lifeline of your aerobic system. The system cannot function the way it was designed without the air pump working. The actual purpose of the air pump is two-fold. First, the air pump puts oxygen into the water allowing the formation and survival of Aerobic bacteria. These Aerobic bacteria are what eat up all of the waste in the tank. They are much larger and more efficient at processing waste as compared to the anaerobic bacteria found in a conventional septic system.
Secondly, the air pump creates an action in the tank that breaks down large solids into tiny particles, making it very easy for the bacteria to attach to and devour the waste.
If you air pump quits working on your aerobic system, over a period of about 2 weeks the system will begin to turn back anaerobic. The biggest problem with this happening is that there is no secondary treatment system behind your aerobic system, as you have in a conventional anaerobic septic system. Once the aerobic system turns back anaerobic, instead of producing a clear odorless discharge the effluent will be closer to raw sewage. As you may realize, raw sewage discharging into a ditch, lake, or pond, or being sprayed on your lawn is not a good thing. This is why it is important to your system for the air pump to be up and running.
SEPTIC AIR PUMP SIZE DOES MATTER!
The other misconception is that the air pump just puts air in the water, so it doesn’t really matter which size is used. Nothing could be further from the truth. Air pump sizing is actually very important to the operation of your system, and not every system will use the same size air pump. If you have been our website, then you already know there are many different types and sizes. The air pump size is normally determined by the volume capacity of the tank, the style of air diffusers in the tank, and how many GPD (Gallons Per Day) the system is designed to treat.
Our sales team can make sure you get the right size pump if you are unsure about this aspect of buying a new one. In most cases we only need either the model number of the pump you are replacing, or the brand of your aerobic system and the GPD that it is rated to treat. Again, size does matter and it is very important that you get the correct air pump for your system.