Manufactured in modern facilities with Karmod's superior technology, the septic tank is available in two models. Septic tank models are named following the raw material used; thus, they are called polyester and polyethylene septic tanks.
Karmod fiberglass septic tank, made of glass fiber reinforced polyester or polyethylene raw material, is designed based on the usage condition by being buried under the soil. Therefore, it has the advantage of safe use and sealing without requiring maintenance for many years, even in subsoil conditions.
In domestic use, septic tank models are utilized for waste storage in places with no centralized sewage system. It also has an essential function in industrial production facilities for waste storage purposes. Septic tank is preferred to store hazardous chemical wastes in industrial facilities. Similarly, the FRP septic tank is included in the wastewater treatment system and has a vital function for environmental protection in separating harmful chemicals. In a septic storage system, sludge-like waste sinks to the bottom, oil-like chemicals rise to the top, making it easier to decompose.
How to use a Septic Tank?
The septic tank body, made of polyester or polyethylene raw material, is completely buried under the ground. A projected floor concrete or platform is prepared to fit the tank to the solid ground before burial properly. The storage is placed by lowering it onto the concrete or platform prepared according to its dimensions. It is covered by the soil from all sides. A particular pipe channel is created for the domestic toilet waste or harmful chemical waste to be collected and connected to the specific inlet of the storage. At the top, the ventilation and discharge outlet are positioned according to the project. Special collection and separation outlets for integration into chemical treatment systems are designed and manufactured for the project.
Easy-to-maintain Septic Tank Models that offer a practical solution
Fiberglass septic tank models offer a convenient waste storage solution in areas of use where there is no central sewerage network. Drains removed from the toilet or other sink areas by the waste installation are stored in a FRP septic tank, and the system proceeds easily. Wastes from the kitchen, toilet, bathroom, and washing machine with the pipeline reaching storage are collected safely and hygienically in the septic tank.
The warning buoy system should be integrated into the storage to measure the concentration of solid waste in the storage and control the discharge time. The discharge outlet of the septic tank has a unique lid and is easily emptied using screw-like tools when necessary to be emptied and put back into use. It can be cleaned by pulling it with a sewage truck using pressurized water if required. The collection of domestic waste in a fiberglass septic tank also creates a significant opportunity for natural fertilizer production. The sunk and ventilated wastes act as essential fertilizers, especially for the development of green grass.
The liquids remaining outside the FRP septic tank precipitate area are transferred to the drainage area, making it easier to use the tank for a long time before it is full. For this purpose, with a pump system placed in the tank, the transfer of liquid waste to the drainage zone will be accelerated, and the tank will continue to store waste without being emptied for a long time.
Fiberglass septic tank filling is under your control with solid waste separation.
We recommend that you eliminate waste such as diapers, feminine hygiene pads, and paper towels that may cause blockage in the pipeline for safe use of the septic tank without needing to be emptied for a long time. There are also natural methods of cleaning FRP septic tanks. A mixture of lemon, baking soda, and vinegar is poured through the pipes to reach the tank, which will facilitate natural cleaning. The primary purpose of fiberglass septic tanks is to store solid waste such as toilets. In this direction, the primary purpose is to keep solid waste materials in this storage and decompose them by organic methods. For this reason, to use the septic tank safely for a long time, it is necessary to prevent water such as rainwater from reaching the tank.
While solid wastes accumulate in the FRP septic tank, the liquid wastes passing through the tank can be treated with another system integrated, thus preventing any harm to the environment.
The Price of a Septic Tank from 5 Tons to 100 Tons
With the production of GRP underground septic tanks with Karmod's expertise, septic tanks sale is carried out in volumes from 5000 liters to 100 tons. While checking the septic tank prices, be sure to check out Karmod products. Karmod ensures quality assurance for every FRP septic tanks sale.
It will save your budget with the best quality and the most advantageous septic tank price. Each of them has the advantage of impact resistance long lifespan. The fiberglass septic tank, which is produced in a special design from polyethylene raw materials, is 5 thousand liters and stands out with its advantages. This cylindrical designed tank is surrounded by vertical circular grooves. Therefore, the storage endurance increases to a higher level when it is buried in the ground. The FRP septic tank, which is placed on the concrete floor in the area created according to its dimensions, is filled with soil. This rilling made with these circular movements while filling with soil adds endurance to the storage in both directions.
UV resistant 5-ton polyethylene septic tank is produced using 200 kg special HDPE raw material and has a high wall thickness. It stands out with its special structure, highly resistant to subsoil pressure, and smooth inner surface. This special product is preferred for needs such as drinking water storage and rainwater harvesting, and the use of FRP septic tanks.