Septic Tanks Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of septic tank manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top septic tank manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any septic tank company can design, engineer, and manufacture septic tanks to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach septic tank companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of plastic septic tanks, septic holding tanks, and industrial septic tanks.

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  • Help with Sizing a Septic Tank

    Septic tanks are an important part of life outside of city limits. If you are not hooked up to your local city's sewage system, you must have a septic tank to filter out the sewage waste from your home. Choosing the perfect size of septic tank for your home is a somewhat complicated process, because there are many variables that go into choosing the proper size unit for your house and property. However, there are some general guidelines that can help you choose the best sized septic tank system for...

  • Basic Care for Your Septic Tank

    Septic tanks are highly delicate pieces of equipment. A septic tank is responsible for gathering waste from a house when the house is too far away from the public water filtration system. Many modern septic tanks not only hold household waste, but also filter the water and return the clean water to the ground. This eliminates the build-up of waste water inside the tank and helps keep the area around the tank watered and clean. If you own a septic tank, the care of the unit is important. If you...

  • Concrete Vs. Plastic Septic Tanks

    When it comes to septic tanks, you want to make sure you make the right decision. If you choose badly, you could end up with a backyard swamp of waste that is not only disgusting, but also unsanitary. The right choice of tank is essential to ensure your tank will provide the containment necessary for the system for years to come. Usually, septic tanks are made from plastic or concrete. Both systems have their advantages and disadvantages, and it is important to consider all options before purchasing any new equipment....

  • New Innovations for Plastic Septic Tanks

    There has been much hesitation for many counties and other building code authorities to embrace the idea of using plastic septic tanks rather than concrete tanks. Plastic tanks are thought to have many problems that concrete tanks do not face, such as the possibility of the tank cracking much sooner than a concrete tank and the need for frequent replacement. These drawbacks have kept many cities and states from approving their use in commercial properties or residential homes. Recently, however, plastic septic tank manufacturers have come up with many different...

Industry Information

Septic Tanks

Septic tanks are on-site sewage treatment systems that are often used when a connection to sewage pipes cannot be made. They store substances that are utilized in sewage industrial processes. Septic tanks are formed from a wide variety of materials, of which concrete and plastic are the most common, although steel is available as a much less popular option.

Offering many advantages over both concrete and steel, plastic septic tanks feature high resistance to cracking, zero rust, light-weight, high corrosion resistance, water-tightness and low costs. Of the plastic materials, polyethylene (PE), a light, chemical-resistant thermoplastic, is the most commonly used plastic resin used for plastic septic tanks. Polyethylene resins can be linear high-density (HDLPE), cross-linked high-density (XLPE), or linear low-density (LLDPE) resins. Following are polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride and polyvinylidene fluoride. In comparison to polyethylene, polypropylene (PP) is a light, durable thermoplastic that is denser, stiffer, and stronger than polyethylene and has a much higher melting point of 320ºF. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a durable, transparent thermoplastic that is resistant to non-essential oils but cannot be exposed to some solvents. Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is another durable thermoplastic that has high resistance to chemicals and abrasion.

Septic systems consist of two major parts: a drainfield and a septic tank. The drainfield functions to remove contaminants and impurities from the liquid that emerges from the septic tank, and can also be referred to as either a leach field or a leach drain. The septic tank itself allows wastewater to enter in the first chamber of the tank. After solids have settled and scum starts to float they are anaerobically digested, thus reducing the volume of solids within the septic tank. Next, the liquid component flows through the dividing wall into the tank’s second chamber. In this chamber further settlement occurs, with the excess liquid then draining into the drain field. The majority of plastic septic tanks are formed using either a molding or welding process. Plastic tank molding, including rotational, blow, and injection molding, involves using a model shape to form the tank. Plastic tank welding is a process in which two pieces of heat-softened plastic are joined through the application of pressure. Examples of this process are hot air and extrusion welding. Septic tanks differ in size and capacity, ranging from small tanks holding a few gallons to tanks exceeding 35 feet in length, with a storage capacity of 50,000 gallons or more.

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