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Why would you want to pressure test a septic tank system? This is not recommended as most septic tanks are gravity systems and should not build up pressure. You can visually check your drop tank 5,000 - 10,000 gallons and your gray water tank 500 gallons for cracks. Make sure that all sewer line are on grade or you will have a vapor lock causing air to bubble in your toilet while draining water.


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Firstly, are they allowed and secondly will your location pass a percolation test (a test of your soils ability to absorb liquid.)

Firstly, make a plan about where and how big the septic tank will be. The area where you plan should have sufficient dry land for the drain field. Next part would be to give in some time for research on septic systems in your city. You would need a member of the community board to inspect your septic tank design to have it approved. It should outline all structures found on your property, plants, rooms, fences, poles and power transformers along with the design of the septic tank itself. Dig a test pit and then you can inspect so that the soild could be tested. Once all regulatory aspects have been taken care, then you can proceed to excavate the area with a backhoe. Also, examine the excavation to make sure it is done in accordance to the original plan. Setup the, distribution box, the tank and the drain field in accordance to the regulations of your community. In order to do this, youwould have to use sand and stones to cover the base of the excavated area then install the tank, distribution box and drain field according to how it is sketched in the plan. Once everything is done, attach the new septic tank to the plumbing system. Finally do a test run to make sure it is properly installed. Happy to help you.

It is good to contact a professional. They use a special dye that they run through the lines and out to the tank. If none of the dye makes it above ground, it is working.

Depends on how big it is... But probably not. Do you really want to test this out??? Rent a port-a-john and don't risk it.

If you are referring to the test done to see if a septic system can be installed - the Health Department will do a 'percolation" test on your property to detemine its ability to absorb water. The formulas vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction and even change according to the types of soil being tested. The test involves taking a measured amount of water and pouring it into a hole dug in the soil being tested. If the water is completely absorbed into the ground within a specified time period, then a septic system permit will be issued.

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Simple test if you have the tools is to get a air compressort at very low psi put air to the tank and watch for leaks do a pressure test, you can also take a fuel line off from the engine compartment and pressure test it back to the tank that way. Hope that helps.

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