What is the difference between a “septic” tank and an “all water” tank?
EN 12566-1. The septic tank only receives water from toilets called “black water” unlike the all water tank, which as its name suggests, receives all wastewater except rainwater. The slope at the entrance to the pit must be between 2 and 4% in order to avoid any clogging.
HOW TO MAINTAIN IT?
A pit empties on average every 4 to 5 years following its use. In the case of a cassette prefilter * (as on the FAN or IGLOO models), it will have to be removed from the pit and given a jet of jet every year. For pozzolan prefilters, either remove the pozzolan and wash it with a jet, or change it every year.
HOW TO AVOID BAD ODORS?
- Avoid excessive use of anti-bacterial detergents and prohibit the use of bleach. Some people on antibiotic treatment can interfere with the functioning of the pit.
- After a long absence, it will be necessary to flush the toilet 15 to 20 times to help reactivate the bacteria. We recommend that you use a natural activating product after each oil change.
- Do not forget to immediately replenish your tank with water after emptying it.
- Have 2 fans (primary and secondary) without counter loss.
- Simple maintenance by:
- removable cassette
- jet cleaning
- Protects the spreading against accidental clogging risks
- Unalterable materials
- Economy of pozzolana
- Patented system
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