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Component Replacement Procedure

  • 1.

    Air Pump – Follow same procedure as outlined in the “Instal- lation Instructions”.

  • 2.

    Float Switch – Remove Treatment Plant’s Riser or 24 inch cover. Locate float switch cable. Untie knot. Cut float switch cable. Slip float switch cable through rubber grommet into the plant. Replace with exact replacement float switch. Re- install by reversing procedure. Reconnect float switch wires using Underground Rated Compound filled wire nuts. See Float Switch Mounting Detail.

  • 3.

    Pressure Switch – Turn all power off to control panel. Re- move screws securing pressure switch as well as connec- tors and tubing. Reverse procedure to install new pressure switch.

  • 4.

    Buzzer – Turn all power off to control panel. Remove screw attaching buzzer to back plate as well as connectors. Re- verse procedure to install new buzzer.

  • 5.

    Lamp-holder – Turn all power off to control panel. Remove lock nut securing lamp-holder to door as well as connectors. Remove lamp-holder. Install new lamp-holder with gaskets furnished. Continue with reverse procedure.

  • 6.

    Lamp – Turn all power off to control panel. Remove red lamp cover from front of control panel. Remove and replace lamp which is a push in type. Replace lamp cover and cover gasket.

  • 7.

    Fuse – Turn all power off to control panel. Pull top of fuse holder outward. Remove and replace fuse. Push fuse back into place.

  • 8.

    Buzzer Switch – Turn all power off to control panel. Remove rubber boot on switch. Remove hex nut from switch on panel front as well as connectors on switch. Reverse procedure to install new switch.

General Comments

  • 1.

    Only factory approved equipment can be used for replace- ment on individual treatment systems.

  • 2.

    If the decision is made to pump out a system, be sure to contact a licensed waste hauler.

  • 3.

    If a chronic problem develops and all items listed have been checked, consult with the factory.

  • 4.

    Taking pictures of systems when troubleshooting will help document activity in the field.

  • 5.

    Keep good records.

NOTE: If the entire cover needs to be removed on any one of the various model treatment plants, the existing silicone or strip seal must be removed and replaced with a new one. This will provide a positive seal which will not allow any infiltration into or out of the treatment plant.

Treatment Plant e50-n e60-n e75-n e100-n e150-n

Treatment Capacity (GPD)

Primary Tank Total Volume (Gal)

Reactor Tank Volume (Gal)

Reactor Tank Dilution Volume (Gal)

500 600 750 1000 1500

500 600 750 1000 1500

710 916 1089 1427 2130

580 736 909 1186 1771

ECOPOD-NFixed Film Wastewater Treatment System Unit Specifications

These are standard production units. Other configurations are available upon request.

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Materials Of Construction reactor tank Cover media Container reactor tank Cover media Container

Media Size 2' x 2' x 4' 3' x 2' x 4' 3' x 2' x 4' 4' x 2' x 4' 6' x 2' x 4'

Fiberglass Fiberglass Fiberglass Concrete Concrete Fiberglass

Air Requirements 12 CFm 14.4 CFm 18 CFm 24 CFm 36 CFm


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