S-86 UNIT

SLUDGEHAMMER S-86

Recommended for larger residences and commercial applications.

The SludgeHammer S-86 is our workhorse for repairing failed leach fields. 

We combine modern technology with the fundamentals of nature to provide a biological solution to a biological problem. Our simple, robust systems are easy to set up and process wastewater at half the cost and energy consumption of our leading competitors. 

Need to reclaim wastewater in a remote location? SludgeHammer’s end product is clear water that can be introduced right back into the local water table, used for irrigation or even made potable. Need an adaptable system that can quickly expand to meet your growing needs? We can do that, too. Unlike conventional treatment systems which have to double in size to treat double the wastewater at double the cost and double the maintenance, SludgeHammer’s biological system expands to meet needs naturally without manual regulation or added equipment.

Specifications:

  • Column diameter at top: 12″
  • Column diameter at base: 15″
  • Total height: 36″
  • Total weight: 42 pounds
  • Electrical Service: 120 VAC, 60 hz. – 15 amp.
  • Power draw: 60 watts ~ 1.3 amps
  • Air delivery rate: 2.4 CFM @ 2.0 psi
  • Liquid mixing rate: 22,600 gpd @ 4 foot depth
  • Fixed film utilization factor: 240 gal./ft2/day
  • Organic digestion rate: 1.5-3.0 lb/BOD/day
  • Minimum depth of tank: 40 inches
  • Maximum depth of tank: 60 inches
  • Double chamber tanks: Minimum 500 gal. Maximum 1,500 gal

Specifications:

  • Column diameter at top: 12″
  • Column diameter at base: 15″
  • Total height: 36″
  • Total weight: 43 pounds
  • Electrical Service: 120 VAC, 60 hz. – 15 amps
  • Power draw: 80 watts ~ 1.6 amps
  • Air delivery rate: 3.0 CFM @ 2.0 psi
  • Liquid mixing rate: 30,000 gpd @ 4 foot depth
  • Fixed film utilization factor: 350 gal./ft2/day
  • Organic digestion rate: 2-3 lb/BOD/day
  • Minimum depth of tank: 40 inches
  • Maximum depth of tank: 60 inches
  • Double chamber tanks: Minimum 800 gal. Maximum 2,500 gal.