Dual Mode Solar Light Septic Vent Cover

Our Solar Light Septic Vent Cover is an innovative way to disguise the high or low vent pipe on any septic system and most useful for the Advanced Enviro-Septic®, Enviro-Septic® and EnviroFin™ Septic Systems.

Septic Vent Cover Solar Lights have two settings, with a flick of the switch you can change from the standard light to a beautiful flickering flame light. To blend into your landscape the Septic Vent Covers are available in Black, Brown, or Green. Designed to cover four-inch vent pipes that are either schedule 35 or 40.

Price: $69.95


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Specifications:

  • Weight: 3 lbs
  • Dimensions: 18L X 8W X 8D
  • Available Colors: Green, Black, Brown

Installation is Simple:

  1. Read the Installation Guide (PDF) and get the necessary tools for installation.
  2. Clean the PVC pipe.
  3. The top holes of the Septic Vent Cover should be above snow level. (Measure the PVC pipe to 30″ for New England.)
  4. Cut the PVC pipe with a saw. Be sure to keep the vent stable.
  5. Spray PVC paint on the PVC pipe.
  6. Twist off the top and locate the on/off switch on the underside of the solar light top. Switch to “ON” position selecting either flickering flame or the bright light mode.
  7. Put the Septic Vent Cover on the PVC pipe.

Venting:


Venting has been demonstrated to improve the functioning of the system and enhance its life-span.

Ongoing research proves that any onsite septic system will work better and last longer if it has a sufficient oxygen supply. For this reason, PEI is now recommending venting on all Advanced Enviro-Septic™ (AES) and Enviro-Septic® Systems. Given the minimal cost and effort it takes to add a vent to either a new or existing system, the benefits far outweigh any perceived detriments.

In most applications, the house roof vent will serve as the “high vent” and a “low vent” is installed at the far end of the treatment bed. Similar to a chimney, as light wind moves across the high vent opening, air is drawn in through the low vent, up through the system and out of the high vent. The low vent can be disguised or demoted, minimizing visual impact.