Infiltrator’s EZflow septic systems have been designed to increase infiltrative performance. They eliminate fines and reduce compaction and embedment that are associated with crushed stones. EZflow products have been certified by IAPMO, ICC-ES PMG Listing Program. The NexGen EZflow septic systems are an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional stone drain fields and pipe drain fields. It uses a modular engineered geosynthetic gravel design. The EZflow system improves drainfield performance by reducing fines, compaction, and embedment that are associated with stone. Pre-Assembled units consist of a 3’’ or 4’’ perforated pipe, surrounded with aggregate and held in position by durable, high-strength netting.
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- Capability to contour around trees and landscaping on sloped sites
- This lightweight system is ideal for repairs and tight job sites
- Hand-carried easily into place, reducing labor time
- With simple snap-on internal couplers, you can get lengths of 5′ and 10′.
- Eliminating stones makes cleanup easier
- Made from recycled materials and not from a naural resource.
- There are many configurations and diameters available to suit the needs of any professional who installs.
- Approved in numerous jurisdictions with a higher efficiency rating, which reduces the size of drainfields
- Supported by the industry leader in onsite wastewater
- Always clean and free from fines
- Bundles can be quickly installed, which saves money on heavy machinery and labor
- Gravelless leachfield and septic pipe
- Modular construction permits configurations that match trench dimensions for all system shapes and sizes.
- Constructed to maximize storage and absorption efficiency
* Low-profile models (shallow applications)
* Bed systems & Trenches
* Fill and mound system
* Pressure distribution systems
* Serial distribution systems
* For advanced treatment systems
* Systems at-grade
* Drop-down and step-down systems
* Commercial, Shallow Applications (Low profile Models)
- Trenches & Bed Systems
- Fill and Mound Systems
- Pressure Distribution Systems
- Serial Distribution Systems
- Use with Advanced Treatment Systems
- At-Grade Systems
- Drop-Box or Step-down Systems
- Commercial, Community, or Cluster Systems
Cluster or community systems
Which Systems Can Ez Flow be Installed in?
EZflow is compatible with almost all septic leach fields and leach beds. EZflow is compatible with any type of pipe and stone. This includes installation in trenches, beds, and elevated mounds. EZflow offers superior treatment capabilities for pressure dosing and serial distribution.
What is the maximum size of the leach field that can be reduced when I install Ezflow?
Each local health department determines the system sizing. The system size is usually calculated using a combination soil type and wastewater volume (normally based on the number of bedrooms). Health departments usually approve sizing cuts of 25 to 50% when EZflow has been specified. For details in your area, check your local health codes.
Can Ezflow be installed under a driveway or paved surface?
Septic leach fields cannot be installed on impervious surfaces like driveways, according to most health codes. The reason is that the surface pressure can cause soil to compact, which can affect the soil’s ability of treating effluent (wastewater). For the exact codes applicable to your area, check with your local health department. For design and installation instructions, contact Infiltrator Water Technologies’ Technical Services team at 1-800-718-2744.
What is Ezflow’s Minimum and Maximum System Coverage Specification?
Infiltrator Water Technologies recommends that EZflow be covered with a minimum 12 inch of compacted material. In a trench system, the maximum allowable cover for EZflow is 96 inches. Maximum cover for bed systems is 48 inches. For specific requirements, check with your local health codes. These systems can be used either for one residence or a small number of homes.
How long does a septic tank last?
Proper maintenance can last for 30 years, as it is costly to replace a system. Your system will last longer if you take proactive steps to maintain it. Septic tanks can actually last for as much as 30 years.