Drainage stone is supposed to drain. After all, typical 3/4″ to 1.5″ gravel used in septic trenches has a lot of void space. In my early days working at an engineering firm with a materials testing lab, I tested some typical, but fairly dirty, septic gravel and it had approximately 40% open space. So water [more]
Septic Tank & Drainfield Monitor & Alert System
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Internet of Things (IoT) related products and services are predicted to become the next big mass market reality since the development of the world wide web. With Septic Sitter™, the IoT and Home Automation go underground…in your backyard. But just what is the value to the environment and consumers in having a smart, internet connected [more]
Further to my article about the septic system drainfield we have been monitoring with our Septic Sitter liquid level sensor, here are the details about the design, materials used, installation, construction of this septic system. Not everyone is interested in all these details (Can you believe it!? What is wrong with them?! ) which is [more]
If you have been following our progress on the development of our Septic Sitter™ system, you may be aware that a demo of the system has been traveling around the USA (in a big orange truck trailer on steroids!) as part of the NXP Smarter World Tour. We have recently been conducting extensive field testing, [more]
Dynamic Monitors will be demonstrating the IVM6000-LP Intelligent Valve MonitorTM at the NOWRA Annual Convention and Trade Show in Nashville, TN! The Exhibition runs Nov. 18-19, 2013 at the Millenium Maxwell House Hotel. Engineers, Designers and Master septic installers won’t want to miss a demonstration of the IVM6000-LP at Booth 26. The IVM6000-LP is the [more]