Where are Hiblow pumps made?

Where are Hiblow pumps made?

TTC has manufacturing facilities in Japan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Global sales offices are located in France, Spain, Korea, and China. We are proud that our customers around the globe depend on the precise engineering and manufacturing that make our linear air pumps a step above the rest.

How long do Septic air pumps last?

How long does a septic aerator usually last? Most septic air compressors will last about three years before a malfunction occurs. Fortunately, spare parts and rebuild kits are available for all of the major aerator brands. These kits can be far more cost effective than purchasing a new aerator.

How long do aerator pumps last?

The lifespan of your aerator will vary based on the size of the aerator, the frequency with which it is used, the size of your tank and what elements the aerator is exposed to. Most pumps last anywhere from two to five years before they need to be replaced.

How long does a Hiblow pump last?

The typical Hiblow HP-80A Septic Air Pump should last 10 to 12 years. During this time, it will require little maintenance. However, after 4 to 6 years, your system may need to be rebuilt. When your system stops working, may be able to rebuild it, instead of buying a new septic system.

What size air pump do I need for my septic tank?

A typical septic aerator pump might run at 5 CFM or 80 LPM of air output. The typical range of septic air pumps for residential septic systems is about 2 to 8 cfm or from about 40 to 200 LPM of air.

How do I know if my septic aerator is working?

The surest sign your aerator has failed is an overwhelming unpleasant odor coming from where your system discharges, whether into a secondary treatment system or directly into the environment.

How long does it take a septic aerator to work?

Most systems respond rather quickly, say within 4 weeks. The system will be fully functional during this period.

What happens if your aerator stops working?

If the aerator in your septic system stops working, your system will naturally turn from an aerobic environment to an anaerobic environment, a much slower, much less efficient environment for breaking down the solids in your system.

What happens if my septic pump stops working?

One of our technicians will wire the float switch to an alarm panel that sounds if the pump fails. Without a functioning pump, the sewage level continues to rise and the alarm lets you know the waste isn’t being removed from the tank. This alarm will sound and alert you before a sewage backup occurs.

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