Pressure Sewer Systems
Pressure sewer is a centralized sewer system that utilises small, low powered, grinder pumps in each property which are then connected to a centralised discharge network. The pressure created at each property connection allows the sewage to be transported to a treatment plant or another connecting sewer system. The network is constructed from small diameter poly pipe which is installed in narrow and shallow trenches or via directional drilling and allows the network to be constructed with minimal focus on grade and allows for greater control of the design and layout of the network.
PSS systems are especially popular in rocky and hilly areas where the infrastructure cost of gravity sewers would be prohibitive.
The latest PSS system, the InviziQ™ delivers enhanced performance, increased reliability and greater durability than conventional alternatives, and allows sewerage systems to be implemented in areas where they were not previously practical.