Part # 4600-2290
Manufacturer Code 152290
Dimensions 6 5/8" X 1 7/16"
Alternate Part #'s 15-2285-A, 152285A, 152290, 31-110-1152, 44362, 4600-2290, 788379668532, PAC0512805, PEN152290, 31-102-1544
Lateral, 6 5/8" - 152290
I have a Triton II TR-60 installed in 2011. Is this the correct lateral?
I have a pureflo sand filter. I believe Pentair bought them out. Can I use this lateral as a replacement?
Hi, Joel. Yes, this Lateral, 6 5/8" - 152290 is compatible with the PureFlo Sand filter.
Good morning. I have the aquatech sand filter. Model at-50. Is this the right site to looking at for replacement laterals. Thank you for any help you can give
Hi Jerry, Could you send us a few photos of your filter? A close up of the label on the filter and a wide shot of the filter? To supply photos simply click the reply link below and upload your photos. Once we get any of this information we can make the proper recommendation.
I have an Old Heldor SM-40 or 50 (I cant remember off the top of my head)
Do you know what Laterals work?
Hi, Bryan. Based on the info I've found, this Lateral - 152290 is the correct replacement for the Heldor SM 40 and 50 model.
I have an old Purex Sand Filter model SFSM-30. Will the 6 5/8 inch laterals fit?
1 to 2 hrs
Emptied the filter in order to get to the laterals…Found that 4 of them were damaged which allowed sand to return to the pool. Simply unscrewed them and replaced them with the new ones, replaced the sand and started the pump. No sand returned to the pool. This is a pretty easy repair….The laterals from Inyopools fit perfectly on my Tagelus TA-60filter.
1 to 2 hrs
Was nervous to tackle this one myself, but the INYO video on replacing laterals and filter sand made it super easy, barely an inconvenience.
Using their parts diagram I found the exact laterals for my unit, Triton II, and they arrived promptly. I followed the step-by-step video and it was easy. A bit of some effort to reach into the filter and exchange the laterals, but got it done. Took about an hour to take the sand out with a ship vac, clean out the filter of debris, removed the old laterals (I did all 8 just to be safe), screwed the new ones in and filled it with new pea gravel and sand.
It works great now, I can see better flow through my system and no sand in the pool! You can do this, my old pool guy told me I’d need to replace my entire filter, which was a $500+ expense, plus labor. The laterals and Sand were just over $100.
2 to 4 hrs
Screwdriver, Socket Set, Adjustable Wrench
The laterals on my pool filter broke this season. Noticed the breakage when sand started coming into the pool through the return eyes. In order to fix:
1) Turn off the filtration system.
2) Open the sand filter.
3) Empty the filter of sand.
4) Replace the broken laterals with the new product.
5) Fill the tank half way up with water.
6) Then fill with new sand.
7) Close the filter and start the filtration system.
(5 out of 5 stars) Filter Lateral
Reviewed By: Poolman from Denver,CO ()
Pros: stronger fit
Cons: thread into hub
These were a little different the normal laterals they thread in, which did make it a little harder to install. They are actually better than the original. the new hub has 2 more laterals. I think this will give better filtering.