Heartland Dryer Vent Closure

The Heartland Dryer Vent Closure SPV21000789 keeps birds, bugs, rodents and outside air out. Conventional dryer vents allow outside air to enter your home through a wall exposure. The Heartland helps you control heating bills in winter and cooling bills in summer.

Can be painted. Mounts over a 4" vent pipe. Top can easily be lifted off for cleaning.

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$$+ Power Points
  • Helps weatherize your home
  • Closes automatically when dryer is off
  • Easy to install, easy to clean
  • Keeps unwanted pests out of building

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    Vent will remain closed unless dryer is in use. When dryer is on, the floating shuttle underneath the visible hood rises to allow warm air, lint, and moisture to escape. Mounts easily on siding, brick, or cement, is designed to work with a round 4 inch diameter exhaust duct. Includes an optional spring that may be installed to assist with ventilation if the vent is connected to a particularly long exhaust vent.

    Specs
  • Constructon: high impact ABS plastic
  • Dimensions: 6.5" wide x 7.0" deep x 13.3" high
  • Temperature Range: from -148 degrees F to 230 degrees F
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year


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