Inline Zinc Anode Inline, 1-1/2" - 104C-1



Part # 0173-3

By Pool Tool Company

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Part # 0173-3

Manufacturer Code 104C-1

Alternate Part #'s 104C-R, 104C1, 99-361-1220, PT104C15

Product Description

Pool Tool Inc Inline Zinc Anode

The inline zinc anode is attached to bonding wire thereby protecting all metal parts against the effects of galvanic corrosion.

The see through housing allows the anode to be easily replaced when depleted. The zinc anode should be replaced after half of it has eroded. No re-plumbing required. A must for salt water pools. This takes approximately 3 years.

Helps Prevent:

  • Plaster Discoloration
  • Metal Erosion
  • Heater Damage
  • Black Stains

?     Asked on 7/29/2019 by Paul

Do you have to purge air from this device every time the pump turns on each day? I installed this and am wondering, Thanks

A  Answered on 8/1/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Matt S.

You should not have to purge air from the node every day. It sounds like you may have an air leak somewhere in your plumbing, give this guide a read: How to Identify and Correct Air Leaks


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