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ADS Arc 36 Cap Septic Leaching Chamber

SKU: 39407
   based on 1 Reviews
100% recommend this product
$14.17/ea
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Product Details

Product: Tank
Manufacturer: ADS
Material: Plastic
Use:
Type: Leach Field
Style: Leach Chamber (Bio-Diffuser)
Weight 2.10 lbs.

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Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


General Contractor - Florida Rated 5 by Keith Dove
  Yes, I recommend this product.
This Leaching Chamber is the only way to properly install a drain field in the more crowded surburban areas in which most of us live. Instead of having a 4" pipe surrounded with gravel or sand with only small holes randomly scattered about the pipe with the 24" Arc Leaching Chamber now you have the entire 24" times the lenght of the drain field where the more affluent that runs out of the tank the more of the chamber is used. In addition because the open part of the Arc Chamber is facing down you also have the added benefit of gravity assisting with the percolation of the liquid into the soil. I have been using these Chambers since their inception will NEVER go back to the old and inefficient wrapped drain field pipe. The ARC Chamber System is Great also because it costs me one fifth the labor to install as conventional systems and the Chamber System is much less expensive than hauling load after load of gravel. You cannot lose with this system no matter how hard you might try. Keith Dove, Founder and CEO, Atlanta Dove Construction, Southeastern U.S. Technical, Ebro, Florida 32437
Originally posted on plumbersstock.com Feb/2017

Questions & Answers

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

We don't have a store in Florida however we do ship to Florida. Thanks!

Anonymous responded:

No sand no gravel, hence gravelless leaching chamber system, dig you trench 6in wider than the chamber to allow for lineing up properly, trench should be level or at least no more 2in in 100ft. Dig so you have at least a foot of cover over the top of the xhamber. When you backfill

Anonymous responded:

183 ft total.

Anonymous responded:

183 feet sounds like way too much but the leaching quality of the soil would be a factor also. For example, Georgia red clay is notorious for horrible drainage. The reason why I say it is too much is because I have 2 bathrooms on a system that has 3 legs of 30 feet but that's corrugated 6 inch pipe which cannot possibly drain as well as this product. Granted you have a kitchen and 2 bathrooms but I'm pretty sure you would be okay with 3 legs , each 31 feet long, that's a total of 15 Bio-Diffusers plus 6 end caps.

Anonymous responded:

Spoke with a rep and they said that the pricing online is incorrect and they're going to update ASAP. The correct pricing for each unit is $17.70.

Anonymous responded:

Great that you answered this question because I wanted to know it too.