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Swivel unit enhances flexibility of chamber leachfield installations. (Products & Services).

The Contour[TM] Swivel, from Infiltrator Systems, Inc., accommodates natural terrain features and avoids obstructions in leachfield installations by allowing for a change in trench direction of 0 to 90 degrees to the left or right. This flexibility reduces overall installation costs and makes leachfield installation possible on limited sites while maintaining shallow trench depth and continuous trench length. Also, a single trench can be offset 6 inches while maintaining full flow capacity The Contour Swivel is designed for use with Infiltrator's Equalizer[R] 36 and Equalizer QuickCut[TM]. The chamber ends are placed over the angle domes of the unit.

Infiltrator's lightweight, scientifically engineered chambers are an easy-to-install replacement for outdated stone and pipe leach-fields. No stone is required for installation. The open bottom and louvered side walls of the chambers provide optimal effluent-soil interface. The Contour Swivel supports loads of 16,000 pounds per axle with 12 inches of compacted cover. Infiltrator chambers and Contour Swivel are made from PolyTuff[TM], a proprietary blend of recycled resins that provides strength and chemical resistance.

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Publication:Journal of Environmental Health
Date:Sep 1, 2002
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