Our factory mainly produces septic tanks of two materials: pe/smc. We can produce septic tanks of different specifications and standards according to the needs of customers. Customers from many countries mostly inquire about PE septic tanks. A customer from Inner Mongolia planned to order a septic tank before, but considering the cold weather in the place, we recommended the customer SMC septic tank. SMC is much better than pe in low temperature cracking resistance, and does not need such a large wall thickness. Customers in the Philippines do not need to consider the cold weather, but some customers in the Philippines expressed that they want to buy a septic tank made of SMC because they consider the material of SMC The septic tank may be more durable, so we have made a parameter list and septic tank price list of the smc septic tank for customers. Customers Philippines in need can refer to it appropriately. Please leave your contact information for the specific price, and we will give you an accurate quotation.
The price is for reference only, please contact us for the specific price.
|2||dn1250*2000||Customized products(contact us for the specific price)|
|dn2000*6400(four pcs)(in series)|
We are a professional manufacturer of septic tanks, so in addition to the parameters and prices of septic tanks, we also answered some questions for customers. Due to the different regions, there will be differences in the solutions to some problems. Customers in need can refer to it. For example, a more professional customer in the Philippines also asked about the layout of septic tank. Our professional staff has properly discussed this issue with the client.
At present, under the circumstances that most cities and towns are unable to concentrate on building sewage treatment plants, setting up septic tanks is generally an effective domestic sewage treatment method. For sporadic buildings in the built-up area, the setting of septic tanks is mainly a matter of selection; for residential building groups, the capacity of septic tanks is limited. There are multiple options for the arrangement of septic tanks. The main discussion here is how to arrange septic tanks in the building area. In order to achieve the same treatment effect, the economic investment and social benefits are optimal.
Septic tank installation
Let's take the installation of a septic tank in a community as an example to analyze this problem.
Does it mean that as long as the terrain permits, the higher the concentration of septic tanks, the better? Through the following analysis, the answer is not difficult to come to.
(1) The larger the service scope of the septic tank, the area, volume and buried depth of the septic tank will increase a lot, which is not economically cost-effective, and the indicators will decline very slowly. For septic tanks larger than 100m³ There is no advantage over the 40-100m³ pool.
(2) Residential building complexes are not necessarily built at one time, and are often “developed” group by group. For supporting use, it is appropriate to use groups as the service scope and centralized layout. The revised national standard map septic tank, the largest The effective volume is 100m³. If the per capita water consumption standard of the second-class residential area is 250L/d, the retention time of septic tank sewage is 12h, and the cleaning cycle is 180d. The number of people served is 769. The service range is 3-4h㎡, which is equivalent to a group.
(3) Even for communities of the same scale, due to different topography, different architectural layout schemes of residential quarters, different urban drainage systems and other factors will affect the layout of septic tanks. For example, the impact of terrain: when the community is sloped or the natural slope is greater than 5‰, it is more beneficial to set up large-scale septic tanks for drainage along the slope. , when the natural slope is 35‰, a relatively scattered arrangement may be more appropriate. Another example is the impact of the building planning and layout of the community: when the neighborhoods are arranged freely and the roads in the group are mostly curved, it may be simpler to arrange the septic tanks in the corners of the buildings than to arrange the pipes in a centralized manner.
For another example, for small towns where the urban drainage system is a confluence of rain and sewage, the relatively dispersed arrangement of septic tanks will obviously save the cost of pipelines.
(4) In the south, because the climate is excessively warm, it is suitable for anaerobic digestion, and some small towns are willing to use "biogas septic tanks". This is a small sewage treatment structure that integrates sedimentation and anaerobic digestion and turns waste into treasure. Its sewage treatment degree is higher than that of ordinary septic tanks. Those villa areas (mountains, resorts, etc.) that are independent of the urban drainage system are also suitable for biogas septic tanks to treat sewage.
The above took the community as an example to introduce the installation of septic tanks. If you have customers from the Philippines or other countries who want to know more professional knowledge, please leave us a message. If there are customers in the Philippines who want to inquire about the specific septic tank price list of the septic tank, please also leave us a message.
Where the feces go after going to the toilet?
A customer from the Philippines wants to know where the feces go after going to the toilet? Let me give you a brief introduction to this knowledge point.
Will there be no room in the toilet? The feces will be uniformly discharged to the septic tank through the pipeline. Septic tanks are generally three-stage: feces entering the first compartment will be anaerobically fermented and decomposed into fecal residue and fecal liquid, the fecal residue will sink to the bottom, the fecal liquid will flow into the second compartment, and continue to decompose in the second compartment. The slag continues to settle, and what flows to the third grid is basically completely decomposed manure. The first grid is mainly used to store dung, and the third grid is mainly used to store manure. The best ratio of the three grids is 2:1:3 , the manure liquid can be discharged into the soil, it is best used to water the vegetable field, and the manure residue is regularly pumped out every once in a while, usually every three to five years. How long has it been since your septic tank was cleaned?