Cyclone Sewer Vent

Catalog Item # 31992

Never smell tank odors again!

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.
6 1/4"H x 6 1/2"L; 9 1/4" H overall

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 65 reviews (5 Based on 65 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Easily Installed (3)
  • Good quality vent (2)
  • The Concept Is Great And It Worked. (2)
Cons
  • Required modification to miss refrigerator vent (1)

One of the Best Do-Dads Ever!

by terrence lamb – July 27, 2006
5 out of 5 stars

This vent completely eliminated potty odor caused by the vacuum effect when traveling with any coach/cab windows open in our Clas

cyclone sewer vent

by DANIEL PADRO – July 18, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

I purchase 2 of them for both my holding tanks. Easy to install and notice a difference right away when we started to use the Bl

Sewer Vent Works Great

by Anonymous – October 27, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

After suffering the smells of outrageous fortune in two motorhomes the last 10 years, we got a Camping World Cyclone Sewer Vent.

Depending on location of Sewer Vent

by James K. – June 24, 2013
4 out of 5 stars

Our Cyclone Vent is located in very close proximity to the Primary AC unit. One day after a wind direction change, positioned th

Cyclone vent

by Jim Melton – December 03, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

Item was to replace one lost to a tree branch. Have used cyclone sewer vents on my current and previous motor homes. Definately fu

When I run the air conditioner of our trailer for extended periods of time on hot days, a very strong poop smell comes out of the air conditioning unit. The smell starts gradually until it's fully emitting poop odours non stop unless you turn it off. It doesn't happen when the same fan is running - just the air conditioner. We've done everything! Ran hoses down each vent pipe. Took apart roof top unit to ensure nothing has died in there, poured cleaning products into septic tank....and more. Nothing is working and I'm getting so frustrated. Do you think this product could be the solution to my problem?
It sounds like the plumbing vent on the roof of your RV might be placed right next to your air conditioner. When a standard plumbing vent is placed next to a rooftop A/C it is not uncommon for the fumes to be sucked in by the A/C when turned on. A product like the Cyclone Sewer vent or 360 Siphon is helpful in redirecting the fumes away but also keeps the fumes from building in the holding tank as well.

Another thing to look at are your house batteries, 'boiled batteries' can cause a sulfur like smell.
by Camping World – November 04, 2015

by Anonymous – June 28, 2014
These are currently only available in white.
by Camping World – July 02, 2014
by Anonymous – January 10, 2014
This item will keep rain out in most cases. In cases of sideways rain, it is possible that some rain water can get in, but it is still very unlikely.
by Camping World – January 10, 2014

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