Septic drain fields often collect organic materials along with grease and fats which can prevent the liquid waste discharge from percolating through the distribution system and into the soil. The cost to repair a clogged drain field can be expensive. A popular and less expensive method is to treat this organic and grease build-up by injecting a liquid bacteria or enzyme into the drainage system which breaks down the organics and grease and renders it harmless. This is usually done on a regular interval basis which requires a metering pump with a timer.
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- Rusty Fausnaugh, Pool Pro, Edgewood, MN
The Stenner BDF Peristaltic Pump is designed to inject liquid enzymes or bacteria on a 24-hour or
7-day event schedule. Inside the motor housing, the dip switches can be set to allow for injection rates at desired time intervals. Injection rates can be programmed for up to 21 ounces every hour or on any day of the week if desired. Battery back-up is provided to maintain the time in event of a power outage. Available in 120V 60Hz.