RESIDENTIAL ADVANTEX SYSTEMS
AX20 Mode 1A 40"x94" Filter Pod for up to 4 bedrooms
The drawing above depicts a residential AdvanTex Treatment System. Here's how it works:
The system begins treatment in a conventional manner. Sewage from the house enters the first compartment of the septic tank. The effluent in the second compartment is pumped up and into the AdvanTex Filter and is evenly distributed across a manifold at the top of the filter where it showers downward. The hanging textile media then filters the effluent and it drains through to the bottom of the box. This liquid is now called filtrate.
The filtrate then returns to the second compartment of the tank to blend with unfiltered effluent, and the cycle repeats. When the liquid level in the tank reaches a certain level, - meaning the effluent has been through the filter several times, a floating ball diverter valve will stop the flow of any further filtrate from reentering the tank. The diverted filtrate will be directed towards the drainfield, or trench.
An Original Anchorage System
Hidden in Landscaping
System with Panel
VeriComm Control Panels
VeriComm Control Panels coupled with the web-based VeriComm Monitoring System create an Operation and Management system that is virtually invisible to the property owner or resident. The control panel alerts Anchorage Tank via e-mail in the event of an alarm condition. Many system adjustments can be made remotely via the web. Should a repair person need to be called out, they would know what tools and equipment to bring.