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Old 10-03-2012, 09:48 PM   #1
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Whats is the make of this overflow box

I bought this used and I'm trying to find out the make, model and how many GPH it is. Anyone!!!
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:28 PM   #2
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Looks like a CPR overflow...never seen that model though. They are the only ones I'm aware of that have that spur for the aqua lifter on them.
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What size pipe or hose is the drain pipe bulkhead for?
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What size pipe or hose is the drain pipe bulkhead for?
It's 1" 1/8
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One inch pipe will drain a max of 600 gph at full syphon . So an estimate would be slightly less than 600.
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Looks like a CPR overflow...never seen that model though. They are the only ones I'm aware of that have that spur for the aqua lifter on them.
I look at the CPR model and I see what you mean it's not like them at all but have the spy for aqua lift pump. I paid 75.00 for it so I hope it's a good price
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One inch pipe will drain a max of 600 gph at full syphon . So an estimate would be slightly less than 600.
I bought a 975 GPH pump so I will have to put a valve in to turn it down then
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