Part # 4820-10C
Manufacturer Code ECX11184AT
Dimensions 17" L x 17" W x 23.5" D
Alternate Part #'s EC11184A, ECX11184A, HAY0511840, 14-150-1170, HAYECX11184AT
BODY, EC-65 AND EC-75
I clicked on parts, to diagram Item 11, ac-65 & ac 70 comes up. I wanted just the ac-65 body. When you add to cart it still shows both body's
i have a model hayward model ec50c93s de pool filter.
my question to you is the filter did not come equipped with a back flushing valve, i do not believe the bump handle adequately removes old DE and particular matter form the filtering fingers (thereby not adequately cleaning the fingers - causing inadequate run times before filter developes high pressure),when i install this new part can i install a back wash valve to reverse the flow of water to better clean the fingers ?
What else is included with the tank? Guage? any internal parts?
Hi Bob, Only the pressure gauge, adapter, and the adapter o-ring are included with the Tank Body. No internal parts are included.
How do I know that this is the same tank I need - I have seen various flow rates for these filters but I think that is determined more by the filter tubes etc.
If I have an EC-65 this is what I need. Also - I want to know shipping options - including Saturday delivery so I can install it this week end. Is that possible?
Hi Jessie, This is the correct replacement for the Perflex EC-65/EC-75 filter. It would not hurt to get the Hayward EC65/EC75 O-ring Kit - APCK1150 You can use the shipping calculator feature on the website to calculate expedited shipping. We do not offer Saturday delivery.
Are the EC-65 and EC-75 the same size? I need to replace the EC-75 tank for my filter
Hi Charlie, The EC-65 and EC-75 are the same size as far as the canister but the Flex Tubes are different sizes. So this Body can be used for both the EC-65 and EC-75.
2 to 4 hrs
Nut Drivers, screw gun
First noticed leakage at the top of my filter and thought the gasket needed replaced. Ordered and installed new gasket but in doing so saw that there was a hairline crack or two near the top of the filter body. So to "save" $ I coated the cracks with marine epoxy. Positioned new gasket, tightened down top of filter that holds the diatomaceous earth fingers and turned on the pump. Great. Next day the pool was down a foot of water as the epoxy patch job did not hold and water was spewing out the cracks under pressure. Thank goodness the pump cycle had been short.. Ordered a new body and when it promptly arrived I did the simple switch out and all is as it should be except my water bill is higher this month.