Screen Cover / For Glass Tanks

Banner Sliding door
  • Easy to install
  • Durable metal screen
  • Sliding door
  • Maximum UV-penetration
  • No screws required for installation

The Exo Terra Screen Cover is an easy-to-install cover for aquariums and glass tanks. The lockable sliding door allows partial opening of the enclosure, thereby reducing stress to the inhabitants and the risk of escape. The strong metal screen provides ventilation and allows necessary UV penetration while ensuring reptiles and even feeding insects are safely secured.


To Install:

Attach the screen cover frame onto rim of tank (1-3). Affix half of the Velcro strip to the outside front of the tank, and the other half to the underside lip of the screen cover. Position the two halves so that the Velcro strips will match up and lock together once the screen cover slides shut (4-5). Fit the screen cover (with Velcro strip affixed) into the frame track, and slide to close. The Velcro strips will secure the sliding door preventing accidental openings (6).

Installation procedure

Aquarium > Terrarium

Turn an aquarium into a terrarium with the Exo Terra Screen Cover. The Exo Terra Screen Cover is an ideal, economical solution for novice reptile and amphibian enthusiasts. With the addition of an Exo Terra Screen Cover an ordinary glass aquarium is transformed into a habitat suitable for various types of beginner reptiles, amphibians or arachnids (ex: leopard geckos, bearded dragons, milk snakes, toads, etc). Just add the finishing touches - the proper Exo Terra substrate, an Exo Terra Water Dish, and an Exo Terra Hiding Cave - and you have a terrarium set-up perfect for first-time hobbyists. Even professionals use the Exo Terra Screen Cover on their breeding tanks.

Screen Cover
PT2670 20 x 40 cm 7.8" x 15.7"
PT2671 25 x 50 cm 9.8" x 19.6"
PT2672 30 x 60 cm 11.8" x 23.6"
PT2673 35 x 60 cm 13.7" x 23.6"
PT2674 30 x 80 cm 11.8" x 31.5"
PT2675 35 x 80 cm 13.7" x 31.5"

Not available in the UK.

PT2670, PT2671, PT2672, PT2673, PT2674: Not available in France.

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition