THIS WAS A PRESSURE DOSED SYSTEM IN PEYTON CO, FOR COPPERLEAF HOMES. IT WAS A LARGE, 3 BED SYSTEM THAT HAD SEVERAL CONSTRAINTS: SPACE, SLOPE, AND TREES. ULTIMATELY WE FINISHED IT IN GREAT FORM. 1500 GALLON TANK TO A 500 HUNDRED GALLON PUMP TANK, TO A PRESSURE DOSED CHAMBERED BED SYSTEM WITH OVER 250 INFILTRATORS ON TOP OF 3′ OF C-33 SAND.
Design of system: Entech
Aggregate Supplier: Pioneer (C-33 Sand)
Plastic Supplier: Plastics Inc.
Tank Supplier: Plastics Inc.
County: El Paso
After a day of probing, and with the help of the plumber, we located the stub-out and dug the main-line, and installed the 1500 gallon tank.
We installed the 500 gallon pump tank, with the SJE Rhombus alarm/pump control at the tank.
We then routed the effluent line up a steep hill to the fields. This pic does not do it justice.
Once again, the valves MUST be level for the system to work!
From the valve box, we ran our 1st effluent line back down the hill to the 1st bed of chambers. We hung 2″ line in the tops of the chambers.
Here is the 2nd pressurized bed.
We like to run all of our clean-out valve lines to one central hub, vs. several pipes sticking out of the ground.
Here is a shot of the 2nd bed. Notice our property line set-back constraint. (orange stakes)
Here is a shot of the bedded lines that supply the chambers with the pressured dose.
After we backfilled, we had lots of manual racking to do. So I brought family members to help. Debbie and Chance Britt. …another successful wastewater install by: