Structural characteristics of glass reinforced septic tank
Nowadays human beings live in a civilized society. People pay great attention to personal hygiene. Usually, domestic sewage is collected and treated together. In the process of treating domestic sewage, glass reinforced septic tanks play a very important role. Domestic sewage flows out from various households, and is finally collected in one place through the underground drainage system. It is purified by professional equipment to reduce pollution and possible pathogen pollution to the environment in which people live. The glass reinforced septic tank has very unique advantages in structure. It is precisely because of these points that it can have a very outstanding performance in the treatment of domestic sewage. Due to the characteristics of glass reinforced plastic septic tanks when they work, most of them are buried in the ground to work, and they are largely unknown and selflessly dedicated to their own taste. The main structure of the glass reinforced septic tank is mainly divided into three parts, each of which works independently and has its own unique function, but it cannot exist without other functional parts. Its main body is an inverted cylindrical structure, one end is a sewage inlet, connected to a first-level anaerobic chamber, which contains an anaerobic sludge layer and special materials dedicated to sewage purification. This studio belongs to the first level Corrosive sewage treatment, and then connected to the secondary corruption treatment room, also known as secondary anaerobic chamber, during this process there is still a large amount of sludge and other sedimentary substances in the sewage. After treatment, the sewage becomes clear and translucent, and can be recycled after disinfection. When performing primary and secondary decay, glass reinforced septic tanks need to be monitored, so there are two gaps above the primary and secondary anaerobic chambers to facilitate the installation of clearing wells in actual use. In order to facilitate the follow-up work. It is also very important to fill in the work after installing the device.