Step 1 : Digging a Pit.
For 50 Flush Tanks , it is recommended to dig a pit in the range of 5 to 7 feet deep , measuring 9.5 feet in length and 5.75 feet in breadth.
NOTE : The depth of the pit may vary according to the specifications of your place and the position of the Inlet pipe. For water-lodged places, the depth of the pit should be taken least.For example The regatta 50 flush tank depth is 5 feet.
Step 2 : Composition of the Pit.
The pit should be compiled with ½ feet either Sand, M Sand or Crusher dust.
Step 3 : Fixing the tank in the pit.
After fixing the tank, the tank should be rotated in clockwise and anti-clockwise directions to ensure that the tank is firmly attached to the pit.
Step 4 : Composing the Mixture.
Into 10 litres of water, add cow dung in the amounts to ¼ of that of the water.
Step 5 : Filling the tank with water.
Fill the tank with water through the Inlet Pipe until water comes out through the Outlet Pipe.
Step 6 : Fixing the rest of the Components
Fix the Inlet Pipe, Outlet Pipe and Air Vent.
Step 7: Final Fixation of the tank
Fill soil around the tank around the tank about 1 feet thickness. Fix the soil firmly to the ground. Before covering the pit, again follow the step of covering soil around the tank in all four corners about 1 feet thick.
|Model||Flush/Day||Length||Width||Height||No. of Chambers||No. of Manholes||Thickness|
|Regatta 15||15||163 cm||84 cm||82 cm||3||1||10 mm|
|Regatta 25||25||200 cm||100 cm||96 cm||3||2||10 mm|
|Regatta 35||35||209 cm||104 cm||100 cm||3||2||10 mm|
|Regatta 50||50||225 cm||112 cm||108 cm||3||2||10 mm|
|Regatta 100||100||257 cm||176 cm||160 cm||3||2||20 mm|