How many chlorine tablets should I put in my septic tank?
Basically, there needs to be a chlorination tube into which chlorine tablets are inserted. The volume of tablets needed for disinfection largely depends on the number of users of a septic system. It is expected that about 1 to 2 tablets should be applied per user per month. A chlorination tube can hold about 12 to 15 tablets.
Should I put chlorine tablets in my septic tank?
Once placed within the septic system, swimming pool water tablets will really kill 99 % of bacteria within about ten minutes. After treatment, the wastewater can securely leave your septic system without endangering you and your family. Swimming pool water tablets in Bethel, OH are particularly created for septic system usage.
WARNING: DO NOT USE SWIMMING POOL CHLORINE TABLETS. The chlorine in swimming pool tablets is made from trichlorisocyanuric acid. Swimming pool tablets dissolve more slowly than calcium hypochlorite and do not thoroughly disinfect the effluent. Additionally, there is a danger of explosion using swimming pool tablets since the tablets will release an explosive gas called nitrogen chloride due to the fact that they are not totally immersed in water at all times while in use. They are not approved by EPA for wastewater effluent disinfection.
These Septic Chlorine Tablets are designed specifically for disinfecting wastewater or effluent from septic systems and aerobic treatment systems. The septic chlorine tablets are made from calcium hypochlorite and are NSF/ANSI certified to Standard 60 and are approved by EPA for the disinfection of wastewater. All of our septic chlorine tablets are 2-5/8 diameter and designed to be held in a 3 inside diameter chlorine feeder tube.
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