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Beacon Alarm Supply & Install 

Based in the West Midlands, we supply and install beacon alarms for pump stations and sewage treatment plants. With over 25 years experience in sewage solutions, including treatment plants, cesspools and septic tanks, we've built up specialist expertise and take real pride in delivering excellent customer service.

Installing a beacon alarm

A beacon alarm provides the best protection against malfunction for your sewage treatment plant. It acts as a light fixture which indicates any issues from the control panel which may prevent it from working properly. 


This is an incredibly useful tool for managing the function of a sewage treatment plant, without needing to persistently monitor the control panel which is often out of sight. 

As accredited installers of sewage treatment plants, we recognise it's a big investment and it's not something you want to replace in a hurry! Looked after properly, a sewage treatment system can last over 20 years.

The waste within a sewage treatment plant poses a serious risk to public health if it overflows. The beacon alarm can identify sludge levels prior which means it acts as a key safety feature to prevent local contamination. It will prompt precautionary measures in order to protect the surrounding area, whilst also preventing costly repairs. 


We supply and instal beacons for all makes of sewage treatment systems, including Klargester, Titan, KEE, WPL, Enso, Conder, Bio Pure, PureFlo, Biorock, Allerton, Acorn, Uni, Ensign, Entec, Moduline, One2Clean, Graf etc.

What can a beacon alarm provide an alert for?

It is used to indicate Failure & Service Reminders and may be included in the Power and Pressure Failure Detection System (PPFDS).


An alert from a beacon alarm can indicate:


  • The high level alarm being triggered

  • Overloaded electricity to the control panel 

  • Failed pumps 

  • Any other alerts from the control panel relating to the operation of the system


One of the key benefits of a beacon alarm is that it gives peace of mind, that if anything should go wrong with the treatment system, the owner is alerted immediately by the flashing light. Control panels are often in unmonitored areas, which makes missing any malfunction indicators easy to miss. A beacon alarm is installed in a visible area, highlighting an issues as they happen. 

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Benefits of our service package

Peace of Mind

Get peace of mind that your system is maintained correctly and minimise the risk of unexpected breakdowns and nasty odours when you least want it!

Service report provided

We provide you with a service report after each visit to confirm the details of the install. 

Prolong your system

A sewage system is a big cost outlay. Prolong the life of your system and ensure you get the best return from your investment 

Reminders so you don't forget

It's easy to forget so we will send you reminders when your service is due, providing you with even more peace of mind.

Meet your legal requirements

It's a legal requirement to ensure your system isn't polluting the environment and failure to comply. could result in fines

Fast repairs when needed

Most repairs are done during a service or breakdown call out as we keep a record of your system and carry spare parts for your system with us.

Why use us?


Top rated customer service

We’ve built up a reputation for being friendly, professional and 100% reliable. You can count on us for excellent service.


We know our stuff

 Our 30 year proven track record of installing wastewater solutions speaks for itself. We're specialists when it comes to the installation, maintenance and repair of sewage systems



Integrity and honesty are core to what we do. We're a family-owned business and are known for being trustworthy and hard working.

Contact us today for advice 

0121 461 4861 

Useful information on beacon alarms


Here are some frequently asked questions installing a beacon alarm:

Why is it important to install a beacon alarm for your sewage system?

Here’s just some of the reasons why it is hugely beneficial to install a beacon alarm for your sewage treatment system.

Peace of mind


Having a visual alarm such as a beacon will give peace of mind that the risk of unwanted breakdowns and pollution will be minimised. This is because anything identified by the control panel is communicated to the beacon, which can be quickly addressed and rectified. It is used to indicate Failure & Service Reminders and may be included in the Power and Pressure Failure Detection System (PPFDS). This allows the owner of the sewage treatment plant to be well informed regarding the performance of the system, to monitor and control ongoing maintenance. 


Additional safety measure 


The waste within a sewage system poses a serious risk to public health if it spills into the local environment. The beacon alarm can identify sludge levels, and indicating when the levels are too high. It will prompt precautionary measures in order to protect the surrounding area, whilst also preventing costly repairs. 


Allows plenty of time for survey 


The beacon alarm provides a sufficient amount of time for the sewage treatment plant owner to rectify issues highlighted. It will minimise downtime and potential damage to the plant and the property. 


Visual aid - easy to manage 


A beacon alarm is a visual aid towards the status of the sewage treatment plant, which means that it's easy to tell when something needs actioning. Without a beacon alarm, the owner would need to consistently check the control panel, which is inconvenient and may get overlooked. Having a visual indicator makes managing the sewage treatment plant much easier. 

Helps to retain compliance 


Lastly, a beacon alarm significantly reduces the risk of waste pollution, which would significantly impact the environment. There are heavy penalties for this type of environmental pollution, as well as the health risks it poses to the public and local wildlife. 

What systems can a beacon alarm be installed on?

Beacon alarms can be installed on domestic and commercial pump stations and sewage treatment plants. These include brands such as Klargester, Clearwater, Graf, Marsh and more. 

How often should you service your sewage treatment plant?

Although a beacon alarm can indicate any issues with the system, we do recommend having your sewage system serviced at least once a year to ensure it is working properly, and identify any potential faults. It can also save forking out for costly repairs in the future. With a sewage treatment plant we recommend you get the buildup of sludge in your system cleared and the mechanical and electronic components serviced every six to twelve months.

What areas do we cover? 

We cover the whole of the midlands and can also work further afield depending on the drainage project. Areas in the midlands that we cover include: 

Birmingham (West Midlands), Coventry (West Midlands), Hereford (Herefordshire), Lichfield (Staffordshire), Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire), Wolverhampton (West Midlands), Worcester (Worcestershire), Shrewsbury (Shropshire), Warwick (Warwickshire), Derby (Derbyshire), Leicester(Leicestershire), Oakham (Rutland), Lincoln (Lincolnshire), Nottingham (Nottinghamshire), Buxton(Derbyshire), Glossop (Derbyshire), Cleethorpes (Lincolnshire), Northampton (Northamptonshire), Tamworth, Sutton Coldfield, Solihull, Lapworth, Knowle etc.  

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