How a Septic Chlorination System Works
Solid Waste and scum are trapped in the tank, and liquid waste flows into another part of the system called a septic tank.A series of perforated pipes flowing under the tank.These pipes accept liquid waste from septic tanks, it becomes an leaching system, the liquid flows out of the surrounding soil, is absorbed by it, and the waste is treated by natural bacteria at the same time.
Toilet paper and other paper solids as well as waste solids will determine the time between pumping and cleaning of the system.Clean every three to five years on average.Because of the abundance of natural fertilizers, it is also a good idea to plant vegetation near the septic tank.
The disinfection system is disinfected by chlorine.The liquid chlorine supply tank is connected to your septic system by recalculating the pipe, which adds chlorine to your waste and waste water when chlorine flows into your septic system.This is done by connecting to the Wenchang chamber of the recycling pipe.
The pump maintains a chlorine cycle every time it is rinsed or drained.It is not recommended that the pool chloride sheet be used in the septic tank system;In contrast, hypochlorite acid calcium is better for your system, as regular pool chlorine can interact with the sun and burn the surrounding grass and vegetation.In addition, pool chlorine can kill the bacteria necessary to break down liquid and solid waste.