Hi Ed. We strongly recommend securing the riser to the concrete floor with tap con screws for safety. Our internal testing has demonstrated that sealing the cover to a concrete floor does provide a gas tight seal.
Hi Bill. Please call us, 877-297-6069 and ask for Steve. He will be able to assist you.
The larger hole in the picture is a 3inch opening for a radon exhaust fan. If you won't be using that feature, you could repurpose that hole for your 2nd 1.5in pipe. The kit comes with multiple adapter plates and covers that you could probably swap out the 3in threaded plate for something you could use.
No included concrete screws. You’ll need pan head/hex head screws. It’s maybe 10-12 screws. You will also likely need silicone caulk.
It's best to use a fan but the sealed cover will help lower Radon emissions just as sealing all cracks in the floor and around the walls.
Yes. I installed mine in a similar way. Since I was replacing the pump itself, I used brand new pipes. Nevertheless, I still needed to use coupling fittings to attach the pipes to the existing plumbing. The pipes and the sump pump wire have to run through their respective holes in the lid before it is permanently attached to the floor.
Hello dchandyman. Thanks for the question. Many folks have had success using caulk to adhere the bottom ring to the floor without anchors.
You can, you just need to plan ahead for your install. On my drain pipe, I have a 45 elbow just above the lid that I left unglued and installed a rubber coupler a few feet higher so I can remove that section and allow the lid to be completely removed if needed. Pipes you don't plan on moving could be routed through the sides of the ring and caulked in place.
Hi Joe. The Everbilt Radon Mitigation Basin Cover is proudly made for The Home Depot by Jackel at our Mishawaka, Indiana factory.
This should fit any sump but I don't think it "locks" on. The water pipe and Radon Pipe come out of the top.