Hoot Aerobic Septic System Control Panel

By Robert Jones May 15, 2023

hoot aerobic system control panel

Hoot BNR Aerobic Septic System is a five-stage waste water treatment system. The pre-treatment tank starts the anaerobic decomposition process while simultaneously holding any non-biodegradables that may enter.

The Aeration Chamber introduces air into the sewage to aid digestion. The Clarifier then removes nitrogen via Nitrification before being stored in the pump tank prior to final discharge.

Aerator Control

HOOT Aerobic Treatment Septic System is a five-stage wastewater treatment system that operates similarly to municipal treatment plants on a smaller scale, making it ideal for smaller lots and saving installation costs. With its simple one piece design and long lasting state-of-the-art computer controlling it for efficient low cost operation.

The system consists of an aeration chamber where oxygen is added to wastewater, a clarifier where clear, odorless effluent is collected for storage, and an air compressor which injects oxygen directly into waste to support aerobic bacteria growth and keep their lives active. A long-life solid-state HOOT control center monitors and oversees this entire system.

Although Hoot aerobic septic systems are extremely sophisticated and designed to outperform traditional ones, they still require regular maintenance in order for them to function at peak performance. Therefore, it is advisable to contract a maintenance provider familiar with both make and model of Hoot aerobic septic system in order to keep its vital components running optimally at all times – this will ensure its aerator, pump, aeration chambers etc are always functioning as intended.

DO NOT use your septic system as city sewer; water conservation measures are recommended in order to avoid an overloading of hydraulic pressure on the system (i.e. running multiple toilets or doing laundry all in the same day). Furthermore, DO have your septic tank pumped regularly according to TCEQ regulations – doing this ensures it will continue functioning optimally and ensure your system continues performing effectively.

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High Water Alarm

Should your septic system experience problems, the Hoot aerobic Septic System Control Panel comes equipped with a High Water Alarm that will inform you when the capacity has reached maximum and it is time to pump. Don’t be alarmed; usually this isn’t an emergency; press the button on the door controller panel to silence it!

Wholesale Septic Supply stocks an assortment of replacement aerators to solve this issue and prevent further high water alarms in your septic system. From shaft-style models that fit both Jet and Norweco Singulair systems, to horizontal, vertical and submersible options – should one be at fault, it may simply require replacing its impeller or simply cleaning out its screen!

Alarms may also signal that your septic tank has become overflowing with effluent or sewage, meaning you must act swiftly to have it pumped. As this task can be hazardous and messy, hiring an authorized provider who knows about your specific make and model of septic system is recommended. You should also avoid water consumption that causes surges to your sewer system such as using irrigation sprinklers or laundry machines in large volumes.

If the alarm on your septic system continues to go off after 24 hours, contact a local service provider immediately. It could be a signal that it needs reactivating, so it’s crucial that this be addressed as quickly as possible.

As more companies move away from office working conditions, paperwork is increasingly completed online. The Hoot aerobic septic system manual makes this easy – you can edit documents, change text and rearrange/rotate pages; merge files; lock sections/objects. Finally, for assistance the manual includes instructions and features lists.

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Submersible Pump Control

Hoot Aerobic Septic System is a five stage wastewater treatment system that operates similarly to a small municipal sewage plant, its designers stating it reduces or even eliminates traditional mound systems in many instances and is more cost effective than conventional systems, using aeration to treat wastewater efficiently than standard ones.

Hoot systems typically entail installing waste water and an aerobic treatment unit into a concrete or clay tank located underground in a residential yard, and pumping wastewater directly from homes to an aerobic treatment unit to be treated through aeration and aerobic bacteria before pumping to dispersal areas in the yard for absorption by soil.

Aerobic treatment units differ from traditional septic tanks in that there are no mechanical parts that must be regularly maintained and repaired, yet still constitute a large component of septic systems. As part of taking good care in maintaining these systems, one way of doing this would be performing routine maintenance – checking floats and spray heads regularly while having it professionally inspected every four months by a certified maintenance provider.

One of the main causes of an aerobic septic system not functioning is defective floats or sensors in its tank. If this is apparent, and they’re no longer registering or functioning as expected, simply replace them as soon as possible and check that no leaks exist from your house to its aerator or pump.

Hoot Septic System may be malfunctioning because its air pump or submersible pump has failed, a fix which should be easily achievable at Wholesale Septic Supply. We carry Hiblow linear diaphragm aerators that work perfectly with this type of air compressor system as an easy replacement option; they’re an economical solution as well.

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Timer

Hoot aerobic septic systems feature a pre-treatment tank, an aeration chamber, and final clarifier; their control panels serve as the hub of activity to make sure everything works seamlessly. The BIO-C single light control panel makes an excellent replacement for Hoot’s original aerobic system control panel; it works well with both air pump and submersible pump systems and features repeat cycle timers for submersible pumps; alarms for high water levels or failure alarms, signals air tank refill notifications and repeat cycle timers for submersible pumps – plus it works seamlessly!

In this video, we demonstrate how to set the timer on a Hoot control panel correctly so your sprinkler sprayers are dispensing effluent evenly.

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