The Septic Tank Monitoring System provides the practical and cost effective solution for performance monitoring and minimizing the risk of system failure
The System offers a leading practice solution for minimizing potential risk to public health and the environment from septic tank discharges.
The System comprises several devices and is suitable for both new and existing septic tank installations.
The on-site monitoring devices are managed via a Centralized Data Repository that collects and interprets data for reporting of on-site operational problems or predicting potential problems.
The integrated system will:
The Control Panel also has an important job to inform the householder on system status via inquiry and Alarm Events. The red light on the Control Panel will display the Alarm Event type in an understandable language.
Similarly if apparatus status is requested by the householder then the Control Panel will display the information.
These pressure readings are used in conjunction with other data to detect tank operation including sludge and scum levels, infiltration and tank leaks
The Apparatus Controller can be either hard wired to the Control Panel or use RF communication.
The Distribution Pit Sensors convey data to the Control Panel via the Apparatus Controller.
This information is used to follow-up outstanding maintenance or other works needed for systems that are not performing satisfactorily.
The waste tracking component of the Management System enables waste to be tracked from “cradle” to “grave”.