Part # 261173
Dimensions 16" L x 7" W x 10.5" D
Alternate Part #'s SM10-3
MULTIPORT Backwash Valves for D.E. and High-Rate Sand Filters
These 1 1/2 inch Side Mount MULTIPORT Valves, available in threaded or socket ports, are rated at 100 GPM to accommodate most installations. The 2 inch side-mount MPV is rated at 125 GPM. Top mount valves are available in 1 1/2 inch 8-position or 2 inch 6-position. All MULTIPORT valves are constructed of molded ABS material with heavy-duty plastic handles and are 100% factory tested.
Additional features include:
100 GPM (1 1/2 inch side mount)
125 GPM (2 inch side mount)
8-position (1 1/2 inch top mount)
Durable lever action handle for simple operation
Water-resistant rotor for long life
Threaded or socket ports to fit variety of D.E. or sand filters
Sight glass included
100% factory tested
Have a 08 Purex Triton 2 TR-60 filter multi valve Purjex Triton SM10-3 sand have 1 1/2" ports (7.5" center filter side) would you provide correct part # to replace the SM-3 valve. Thank You
Hi Rick, The 1.5" Threaded Multiport Valve for Sand and D.E or the Pentair Multiport Valve Kit 1 1/2" Generic Threaded (SM1-PP3) would be the correct replacements for your SM10-3 Valve.
I HAVE A PUREX TRITON 6 POS. MULTI PORT VALVE SM10-2D.E.DO YOU HAVE THIS VALVE
Jim, There are a few different variations of this valve depending on your filter tank model. What is the model of your filter tank?
My Triton sand filter is 27 years old. Cannot read model #. My valve is a PacFab model with threaded 1 1/2 connections. I have 6 position lever. Centers for the filter are 7 1/2 inches. Would I use a Pentair 1.5 threaded valve #261173 for a replacement? Filter is 24" diameter. Thanks
Hi Don, The 261173 would not be the correct valve. You would need the 7-1/2" Center to Center Valve for the Pac-Fab Triton 261050.
I need parts for my filter valve. When I look at the filter parts breakdown, it gives me different choices. How do I know which one is the one I need?
In order to locate the correct parts we will need to know the model number of the filter valve. Two identical filters can have two different valves. Typically the valve model will be located on the label of the valve. If there is no model number on the valve, you can try to see if there are any part numbers on the valve itself. Once you've located you valve model you can check out our >Filter Valve Parts.
(5 out of 5 stars) great product
Reviewed By: Billie N. from Waldron, AR ()
This multiport valve was easy to install. It was a very good price considering pool dealers locally wanted to charge anywhere from $140-$160. It is an almost perfect match to our old multiport valve that has lasted 18 years.