Chamber Septic System
Septic Repair Services
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Septic Tank Risers and Lids or Covers are designed to replace existing concrete, fiberglass, or metal septic tank covers.
Drain fields and drain lines area also referred to as leach fields / leach lines and soil absorption fields.
Septic Installation Services
Septic tank installation is one of the many services offered by Lentz Wastewater Management.As the name implies, gravity
Chambers-Infiltrator® chambers are hollow structures that attach end-to-end. They are installed in trenches or beds
Septic systems are underground wastewater treatment structures, commonly used in rural areas without centralized sewer
Septic Maintenance Services
Septic effluent pumps are used to move clarified septic effluent out of a the septic tank to the drainfield in systems
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If your septic system uses a pump to remove wastewater from the tank to a drain field, your system will have a septic tank alarm
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Drain fields are also known as leach fields or soil absorption field. Drain lines are also referred to as Leach lines.
Septic Tank Installation Statesville, Mooresville and Surrounding Counties
Chamber Septic System – Gravelless Septic System
25 % Reduction Septic System
Chambers-Infiltrator® chambers are hollow structures that attach end-to-end. They are installed in trenches or beds without gravel (except where local codes require the use of gravel). The entire bottom of the trench is open for unobstructed infiltration of water. The large storage volume within the hollow chambers accommodates peak flows of effluent from the home. Infiltrator chambers also feature patented sidewall louvers that allow lateral leaching of effluent into the soil. Can be installed in tight, sloped and curved areas creating less site disruption. The chambers swivel 15 degrees, right and left
Infiltrator Chambers are engineered for performance and strength, they allow for flexibility and have a smaller footprint- which allows for a 25% reduction. Infiltrator chambers are manufactured from recycled materials. Chambers can be traffic rated and support loads of 16,000 lbs/axel.
Infiltrator manufactures different sizes of chambers for different applications depending on your job site and requirements. A common size is The Infiltrator Quick 4 which is 22” wide and will fit in 22” wide trench. They can be installed in a straight line or in curved trenches up to 15 degrees. Chambers do not require sand, pipe or gravel.
Lentz Wastewater Management has been a certified septic installer since 2000.