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Infiltrator Systems Leach Fields

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How Does it Work?

The 4 foot vaulted Infiltrator chambers replace traditional PVC pipe and crushed stone. The chambers are buried, locked end-to-end and capped with dome-shaped end plates to create a large half-tube structure. Effluent from a septic tank flows freely into the chambers and is filtered efficiently into the soil absorption area. In addition, septic outflow can be split with a distribution box so the chambers can run parallel to each other in order to minimize the footprint of the leach field. Please comply with your state and local septic regulations.

For a more in depth look, check out this helpful video from the manufacturer.

 

Additional Information

  • The Infiltrator is the original plastic leach field chamber developed over 25 years ago.
  • More than 1 Million systems installed with over 27 Million units in the ground in all 50 states and 13 countries.
  • It takes the place of old-fashioned rock and perforated pipe leach fields-no rock is required!
  • Simply dig your trench, place chambers into the ground, snap together end-to-end, and backfill with the original soil.
  • The Quick4 model allows a 10-degree left or right turn between chambers, providing flexibility to accommodate natural terrain features and to avoid obstacles.
  • Chambers are made from chemical-resistant polyethylene, so they won't deteriorate or corrode.
  • Manufactured from recycled materials. Infiltrator is one of the top ten recyclers in the U.S.
  • Powerful arch design supports wheel loads of 16,000 pounds per axle, equivalent to an AASHTO rating of H-10. H-20 units also available.
  • ISO 9002 Registered and I.A.P.M.O. and UPC-approved.
  • All Infiltrator products carry a limited warranty.

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Infiltrator Leach Field Systems
Part Number Capacity Weight Unit L X W X H PDF
LINQ4STD 50 gal 12 lbs Quick4 Standard H-10 48" x 34" x 12" PDF
LINQ4STDE n/a 3.75 Quick4 Standard MultiPort End Plate 16" x 34" x 12"  
LINQ4HC 70 gal 14 lbs Quick4 High-Capacity H-10 48" x 34" x 16" PDF
LINQ4HCE n/a 4.70 Quick4 High-Capacity MultiPort End Plate 19" x 34" x 16"  
LINQ4EQ24 20 gal 8 lbs Quick4 Equalizer24 H-10 48" x 16" x 11" PDF
LINQ4EQ24E n/a 2 lbs Quick4 Equalizer24 MultiPort End Plate 14" x 16" x 11"  
LINQ4EQ36 32 gal 11 lbs Quick4 Equalizer36 H-10 48" x 22" x 12" PDF
LINQ4EQ36E n/a 2.75 Quick4 Equalizer36 MultiPort End Plate 18" x 22" x12"  

Available Units: Other sizes and styles available - see catalog for details.

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Tank dimensions and fitting placement may vary slightly. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Quick4 Standard H-10 (brochure | installation)
Quick4 High-Capacity H-10 (brochure | installation)
Quick4 Equalizer24 H-10 (brochure | installation)
Quick4 Equalizer36 H-10 (brochure | installation)

Infiltrator Systems VS Traditional Stone & Pipe Systems

A 12-foot length of Infiltrator chamber trench has a more effective infiltrative area than a 25-foot length of stone and pipe trench.

Infiltrator Systems
Traditional Stone & Pipe System
  • Easy assembly and installation by two people
  • Only a backhoe and pickup truck needed.
  • Lightweight chambers can be delivered in one pickup truck load and hand-carried into position.
  • Entire trench bottom is open for effluent infiltration with 100% efficiency.
  • There is less regrading, tree damage, and no stone cleanup.
  • Inspection port is available for easy access to leach field with no site disruption.
  • Solid-topped chambers need no geotextile.
  • Overall lower cost.
  • Labor-intensive, lengthy installation.
  • Dump truck needed for stone delivery.
  • Stone hauling adds expense and time and increases soil compaction.
  • Stone in trench reduces Long-Term Acceptance Rate by more than 50%
  • Heavy traffic across yard and spilled stone mean more site repair needed after installation.
  • System lacks easy inspection and monitoring of leach field without digging up the yard.
  • Geotextile required on top of stone.
  • Overall increased cost.

Benefits:

  • Ease of installation
  • Cost savings
  • Engineered for optimal performance
  • Less site disruption
  • Superior technology
  • Longevity and reliability
  • Product availability
  • Responsive service