Wilson Company offers a number of reliable, economical aeration, Aerobic Treatment, Sewage Aerator, Sewage Pump products. We have solutions for all your septic needs. We normally ship your order within 24 hours from one of our many locations. With over a decade of servicing aerobic septic market professionals, our name is synonymous with quality, service and reliability! We guarantee your complete satisfaction with our products and services.
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According to the EPA, improperly maintained and discharged septic systems are one of the leading causes of groundwater contamination. Keeping your onsite sewage and septic system from malfunctioning is essential for public health. From legacy residential septic systems to those used by large businesses, Wilson Company is ready to serve.
We have more than a decade of experience working with aerobic septic market professionals, so if you need to retrofit, repair, maintain, or install an irrigation or sprinkler system, talk to us first. We also provide everything needed for on-site sewage facility maintenance and installation, and we guarantee you’ll be satisfied with our service and products.
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Septic pumps are submersible pumps designed to properly pump waste from septic tanks to drain fields. You may also be familiar with the terms sewage pump or sewage ejector pump. These pumps get installed in their own chamber on the outside of the main septic tank. Alternatively, they can be installed in a septic system’s final chamber or in a pump station farther from the tank. They work by detecting wastewater levels with a float switch. Once the level is high enough, the switch activates the pump. An impeller then spins and pushes the wastewater through the drain pipes. Septic pumps are available in several types:
These are intended for aerobic septic systems, which cover spray irrigation systems and sprinkler systems. These systems break down solid waste with the help of oxygen, and the pumps are only designed to handle clear water and treated wastewater.
City sewer mains use these pumps to move raw sewage, and you will often find them in residences that feature shared sewer mains. These pumps physically grind up sewage as they pump it through. They are stronger than sewage ejector pumps but still must only be used to pump if you have more than 30 feet of head.
If you need to move liquids with few or zero solids, these pumps are the ones to use. They usually pump sewage from septic tanks to drain or leach fields for further treatment. Note that septic pumps and sump pumps are not interchangeable! Sump pumps are designed to work with treated wastewater or clear water. Septic pumps are designed to handle sewage.
These pumps take care of sewage with solids up to two inches in diameter. They take the sewage from one location, such as a home or office, and push it to the septic tank.
Your septic system can stay environmentally friendly and efficient with the right septic supplies. Whether you are looking for replacement parts or you want to add features you don’t currently have, Wilson Company will provide what you need.
When you install your septic pump, several additional items should be installed with it:
You will want to know if your pump fails. The way these alarms work is by using a float switch that connects to an alarm panel. When pumps fail, water levels increase inside them because no water can leave. When the switch trips, the alarm flashes. Wilson Company carries outdoor high water alarms with audible alarm sounds and red beacon lights to grab attention. They also feature silence buttons, test buttons, and automatic resets.
If you want your pumps to last as long as possible, you will need to have filters installed. Excess solids put extra strain on the pump and can drastically shorten its lifespan.
Septic air pumps or aerators are one of the more important septic supplies. Aerators push air and oxygen into septic systems to increase the natural bacterial activity. This provides more treatment for effluent nutrients. These are particularly useful in areas that have poor soil conditions and high water tables. While these systems must be regularly maintained, they do an excellent job of handling contamination.
Septic systems are complex, and as such, they need many different parts to ensure water is properly routed and treated.
Our switches are made of leak-proof polyurethane resin and stainless steel. They are also corrosion-resistant and impact resistant.
These filters can be installed to treat washing machine discharge water to avoid lint and other non-biodegradable fibers from entering the water supply. This filtration also keeps field lines free of clogging fibers.
If your septic system serves multiple residences or businesses, a distributing valve is a great way to ensure watering zones can be added and subtracted as needed. They have few moving parts and are easy to maintain over their long life.
For ensuring a lifetime of excellent performance, service repair kits are necessary for replacing parts that wear out over time, parts that break, and gaskets that degrade, crack, or tear.
When you need septic system parts fast, we’re here for you! We can almost always get orders shipped within 24 hours from one of our locations near you. While we are located in Texas, we ship anywhere in the country. Whether you need septic supplies for a home or business, we’re ready to serve. Contact Wilson Company today and find out what we can do for you!