Having SepticSitter sensors installed in our drainfield has made us more aware of our water use in general. In addition to noticing our sewage outflows and the influence of heavy rainfall events, this increased awareness led to our finding a water leak in the house beneath the cabinets before our floors were ruined. Thank you.
Darcie Lanthier, Mermaid, PE, Canada
La simplicité du perméamètre PASK le rend facile à utiliser et à transporter en plus d’être à bon prix. Il est actuellement le meilleur produit disponible sur le marché.
Translation: The simplicity of the PASK permeameter makes it easy to use and carry, in addition to being at the right price. It is currently the best product on the market.
Pierre-Émile Lemay, October 24, 2016, Québec
J’utilise le perméamètre de Pask depuis maintenant 6 mois et je suis très satisfait de la technologie et de l’équipement. En effet, les résultats sont reproductibles et l’équipement facile à manipuler et à utiliser. Le coût moindre de l’équipement m’a permis d’équiper tous les techniciens de leur propre perméamètre permettant ainsi une meilleure efficience dans la réalisation des essais de conductivité hydraulique. Vous pouvez définitivement recommander à vos futurs clients d’acheter cet appareil.
Philippe Racine, ing.
Translation: I have been using the Pask Permeameter for 6 months now and I am very satisfied with the technology and equipment. Indeed, the results are reproducible and the equipment is easy to handle and use. The cost of the equipment allowed me to equip all of the technicians with their own permeameter enabling greater efficiency in carrying out hydraulic conductivity tests. You can definitely recommend to your future customers to buy this product.
Philippe Racine, P.Eng.
Philippe Racine, ing., July 30, 2015, Chicoutimi, Quebec
I did some web searches for a septic system monitor and I found two [other] classes of systems. The first was geared to monitoring tanks of chemicals and the like. The assumption being that I would spend time to develop custom software to read the $1000 sensor and chart the data.
The other was geared more toward me, but cheesy. The assumption here was that the fluid level was interesting enough to transmit wirelessly, but that I would be happy collecting enough data to make my own charts with a pencil and some paper. Right…
You’re solution stood out, data sent over the network and charted. Seems like the right thing to do, even the obvious thing. Why is nobody else doing this!? Thanks again for developing this. I am in need of exactly the thing you designed.
Vince D, May 18, 2015, Los Gatos, CA
Whenever I want to find out what is going on in the sewage world, I look to see what Kelly is doing. Nice product. Good work, Kelly.
Tim Veinot, April 21, 2015, Halifax, NSAuthor Picture
Along with you, I am strongly of the opinion that people need to know the condition of their system, especially the soil absorption system and understand when change in use habits is needed. For a long time, I have been a proponent of having inspection ports in every system. But, someone has to monitor them, knowing when to look and what to look for along with being willing to alter use patterns when necessary. That is asking a lot of the home owner, but if we can provide a sensor that is connected to the technology that we all spend our lives peering at these days, there is a good chance that they will react especially if the device can be coupled with software that provides instructions and interpretation of what the monitor is sensing.
Ted Loudon, emeritus professor Michigan State Univ. Biosystems Engineering, January 20, 2015, Lansing, MI