Part # 21063-154-000
Dimensions 2" X 1-1/2" X 4-1/2"
Hi-Temp Self-Sealing Unions
will this motor works or compactable to sp1510z1xehc?
Picture attached I use DE Filter
Just received the $139.00 pump , when I went to hook it up to my hoses they did not fit , my hose connection is larger than the new pump threads,which is much smaller ,how can I make this fit my hose ?
Hi Paula, If you purchased the PL1502 PureLine Pure Pro XL Above Ground Pool Pump then I would suggest these Hose Adapters which screw directly into the port of the pump and accepts various sizes of hoses and plumbing.
We bought this pump in June, but our hoses won't screw onto pump. Pump ports bigger than Intex threaded hoses. Will these make the two connect? Don't understand if pump has 1.5" port to accept the 1.5" male threaded and it ends with a 1.5" slip, what good is it going to do?? Seems like you are just adding an extension piece. If this will not accept our Intex threaded hoses, please advise what will. Would really love to be able to use the pump! Thanks!
Will this work on Hayward SP2607x10 ? ! have 1 1/2 in piping. I'm thinking about changing the existing male adapters to these on my pump. Thanks
I’m replacing a Hayward and have read the fittings are not the same? I have 1 and 1/2 inch fittings. I want to buy this today but don’t want to buy something that doesn’t fit.
This fitting is designed to thread into standard female threaded ports. Some Hayward pumps do indeed have that. If the ports are 1.5-inch inner diameter then these fittings will work.
Is PN: 21063-154-000 the correct fitting for the Pure Pro PL 1500 input/output ports I purchsed from inyo recently?
Thanks for any info you can provide!
Yes, this fitting works with the PL1500.
I have an above ground pool with a Sta Rite DE filter PLD 50 I'm replacing pump with your NE6170B is this the right union?
Hi, Chris. Yes, this union can be used with the NE6170B pump. The PLD50 unit has 2" ports so you will have to use a reducer depending on the size pvc you're using.
I have 2" pvc plumbing, however the ports on my pool pump are 1.5" female threads, what would be the correct union for this set up?
This union here would be the correct union, the 1.5" male threads on the union would screw into the 1.5" female threads of your pump and the 2" plumbing would slip onto the smooth 2" portion of this union. These unions make it very easy to remove your pump quickly and allows you not to have cut into your plumbing if you need to remove your pump.
More than 8 hrs
Pliers, Adjustable Wrench
I bought two; one for inlet and one for the outlet. The inlet (suction) side was an easy connection but the outlet started a slight drip at startup. As the pump warmed and the sun beat down on the connection, the leak got worse. I tried tightening the connection but it made it worse.
The second day, I loosened the connection and it seemed to stop, but when the fitting was warmed by the pump, it leaked. I was about to buy another (replacement) but went back to the old tried but true screw in 1 1/2" fitting with 2-inch outlet and glued it together. No more problems!
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Socket Set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench
The union connectors are great for later servicing. It's easy to disassemble or replace the pump.
I moved to a new home and ordered a new Pureline pump and will convert from chlorine to salt. My new salt kit and Pureline pump are in the garage, waiting for a break in the weather to install. I love dealing will Inyo Pools.