Drip Dispersal Installation

This system is a next generation sub surface septic system that is an alternative to an elevated sand mound. A drip irrigation system uses a micro processor for a brain, and bio line tubing with drip emitters on 24 inch centers, divided into two alternating, filtered zones to deliver the effluent in a extremely controlled, timed, gradual, and consistent manner,  24 hours a day seven days a week. The micro processor receives information on effluent levels within the dose tank via four float sensors which monitor:

  1. Off level
  2. Pump enable level
  3. Peak enable level
  4. High level alarm.

Typically, as long as there is a sufficient amount of water in the dose tank the field will dose for 9 to 12 minutes once every three hours at a rate of 2 to 7 gallons per minute. The system will periodically self clean by means of a forward flush, and a filter backwash which self cleans the zone disc filters between dosing cycles. The primary benefits of this technology are that this type of system is all below grade and does not alter the natural contours of the property. All of the drip bio tube emitter lines are installed at a depth of eight to twelve inches by means of a vibratory plow which cuts a kerf through the sod feeds the tubing to the proper depth and leaves the site looking virtually undisturbed.

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