Infiltrator Low Profile Chambers

This chamber is designed to be strong in trench and bed applications. Its unique design features include a low-profile design that makes it ideal for applications requiring shallow placement. The Quick4, Equalizer 24 LP Chamber can be used for either straight or curved systems. Easy installation is made possible by the low profile cap.

Through its four central structural columns, the Quick4 Plus, Standard Low Profile, offers maximum strength. This chamber can fit in a 36-inch trench. This chamber is smaller in height than Infiltrator Standard model chambers. It can be installed easily. It is similar to the Quick4, and offers advanced contouring capabilities with its Contour Swivel Connection(, allowing turns of up to 10deg right or left.

The Arc 36 Low Profile septic leaching chamber is a sturdy, lightweight plastic unit that combines maximized infiltrative surface area and storage capacity with an improved structural design to accommodate most conventional leach field system challenges without sacrificing performance. Injection-molded from polyolefin for a lightweight and sturdy design.20deg integral articulating joint is ideal for either straight or contoured septic leach field applications.” Lock and Drop” joint provides a more positive connection during installation and backfill.Inspection/vent ports on every unit with easy-to-remove knockouts for maximum job site flexibility.



34″W x 53 1/2″L x 8”H

(864 mm x 1346 mm x 203 mm)

Effective Length

48″ (1219 mm)

Louver Height

6.3″ (160 mm)

Storage Capacity

32 gal (121 L)

Invert Height

3.3″ (84 mm), 9.6″ (244 mm)


  1. 8.5″ chamber height allows for shallow installations with 4″ of cover
  2. Advanced contouring connections can swivel to up to 15 degrees, right or left
  3. Reinforced Ribs offer greater structural strength and endurance
  4. Compact nesting allows for more trench length at the same height as the stack height.
  5. Four-foot chambers can be easily installed and handled.
  6. The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials has certified them..


What are the best places to find local installation codes, system designs, and technical questions?

Local codes govern many installation options and requirements. For more information, contact your local health department and follow their codes. If you have any questions about design or installation, please contact Infiltrator Water Technologies.

What Systems Can Infiltrator Chambers be Installed in?

Infiltrator chambers are suitable for almost all septic leach fields. Infiltrator chambers are able to be used wherever stone and pipe can fit. These include trench, bed, and elevated mound installation. Infiltrator chambers offer superior treatment capabilities for pressure dosing and serial distribution.

What is Infiltrator water Technologies’ Minimum and Maximum System Coverage?

Infiltrator Water Technologies recommends that the chambers have a minimum of 12 inches of covered compacted material. The maximum allowable cover for chambers in trench systems is 96 inches. Maximum cover for bed systems is 48 inches. The minimum cover can be reduced to six inches if the drainfield is not in use. When installing a 6-inch system, be careful with your equipment. Infiltrator Water Technologies offers a line for Shallow Cover (SC), Chambers. These allow for six inches of coverage with an equivalent H-10 loading rate. However, these are limited to certain markets. For specific requirements regarding coverage, always check with your local health codes.

Can chambers be placed under a driveway?

Some codes prohibit the installation of septic leach fields under impervious surfaces, such as driveways. The reason is that the soil can be compressed by the pressure of the surface, which can cause a decrease in its ability to filter effluent (wastewater). For the exact codes applicable to your area, check with your local health department.

What stops soil from getting into the chamber through sidewall louvers

The MicroLeaching,patented louver design for infiltrator chambers corresponds to the angle of soil. This allows the effluent to be leaked out of the sidewall and prevents soil from entering the chamber. This provides the chambers with a firm footing that does not affect the infiltration rate of sands.

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