Carter and Amie Henson - Owners
Amie Henson - Soil Scientist

13710 Lawrence 1080 Stotts City, MO 65756
(417) 825-3993
[email protected]

EZFlow can be used for both standard gravity systems and Low Pressure Pipe systems.

The Infiltrator EZflow septic system is an environmentally friendly replacement to traditional stone and pipe drainfields using an engineered geosynthetic aggregate modular design. The EZflow system is designed to improve drainfield performance by eliminating the fines and reducing compaction and embedment associated with stone. Preassembled units include a 3" or 4" perforated pipe surrounded by aggregate and held in place with durable, high-strength netting.

EZFlow 1202 is equal to a 3 foot wide rock and pipe ditch in the state of Missouri.
EZ Flow 801 can be used for Low Pressure Pipe Systems in conjunction with 1"-2" PVC.

Prevents millions of pounds of plastic waste from entering landfills

Engineered geosynthetic
aggregate eliminates
compaction and fines

Supports wheel loads of 16,000 lbs/axle with 12” of cover

Missouri Application 
One perforated bundle beside an aggregate only bundle.
Shallow applications (low-profile models)
Trenches & bed systems
Fill and mound systems
Pressure distribution systems
Serial distribution systems
Use with advanced treatment systems
At-grade systems
Step-down or drop-box systems
Commercial, community or cluster systems

Always clean and free of fines
Bundles are quick to install, saving costs on heavy machinery and labor
Modular construction allows configurations to match trench dimensions for most system shapes and sizes
Engineered for optimal storage and absorption efficiencies
Ability to contour along sloped sites and around trees or landscaping
Lightweight system is perfect for repairs and tight job sites
Easily hand-carried into position reducing time and labor
10' lengths with simple snap, internal couplers
Easier cleanup at job site with the elimination of stone
Manufactured from recycled materials rather than a mined natural resource
Approved in many jurisdictions with an increased efficiency rating, reducing drainfield size