Part # BV020

Manufacturer Code HMIP200SE

Alternate Part #'s AMGHMIP200SE

Product Description


  • PVC Type 1 material
  • Pipe socket designed with solvent cement trap
  • Deep socket -1¼" depth both ends
  • Buna-N O-Ring seal
  • HDPE seats
  • Tee handle - quarter turn on/off with stops
  • Acme thread on assembly nut
  • Working Pressure - 150 PSI @ 72º F; 100 PSI @ 120º F
  • 1½" & 2" IPS
  • Inexpensive, yet high quality; Meets ASTM specifications.
  • EPDM seats and O-rings for chloramine resistance.
  • Only ball valve with a 2-year guarantee.
  • Available in 1½" - 2" Non-union models.
  • Available in ¾" - 4" Non-union models.

Product Specifications

Slip Size:
2 in.

?     Asked on 1/18/2019by Tom Turcotte

My valve still works, one of the "wings" (I guess you would call them) on the handle broke off. Can just the handle be purchased? Thank You Tom

A  Answered on 1/18/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Tom. The replacement handle for this valve is Part # HMIP200HANDLE.

?     Asked on 4/14/2017by Inyo Visitor

I have 2 old valve I that you turn to inground pool I need to replace how do I do it

A  Answered on 4/19/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi. You would have to cut the old valve out and install new valves.

?     Asked on 1/24/2017by Mike

Will schedule 40 ball valve work? Like the ones at Home Depot.

A  Answered on 1/24/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Adam Y.

Yes, This is just a standard 2inch ball valve.


Est. Repair Time

1 to 2 hrs

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, Adjustable Wrench, slow set PVC glue for the final fitting

Union ring broke and entire section from filter to union had to be replace

Written on 8/17/2018 by Guest

Originally I removed the section (Union / 90 / valve / 90 / filter union held with snap ring) and planned to replace it exactly.

Instead, i realized there was too much stress in the leg as it was a short run with no straigh sections, so i added a bend like a "vee" out and back from the fittings and included a 10" flexible section from a prior job, 2" PVC. I hope this will relieve the stress and the parts will not leak or break.

I also chose to put the parts together from each union side first with fast set glue, without the vee assembly. Then assembled the "vee" (a street 90 and 45 with a long flex goint to the Union and short nipple going to the filter union). After the 49/90 was assembled, Finally, I glued the two the nipples into the hand tightened unions at the same time and slide them in. The slow set allowed me to get the three fittings to go together well.

The downside, 48 hours...to cure..

Happy to send a few photos

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