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Thread: Haviland Premium Pool Hose on Pump Outlet

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    Central AL

    Haviland Premium Pool Hose on Pump Outlet

    Is this hose okay for a temporary hookup on the outlet side of a pump? A few days at most. I want to test my new pump (Pentair #304204 Dynamo 1 hp 2 speed) without waiting to set up the PVC connections. I've got about 15 psi on the existing 1.5 hp Dynamo, but cant find a pressure rating for the hose. I've got a really thick wall tubing on the pump outlet right now that is just too stiff.


    33' diameter, 25,000 gal Above Ground Pool
    Pentair Dynamo 1.0 hp, 2 speed pump (#340204)
    Pentair Sand Dollar 60 filter

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    Sebring, Florida

    Re: Haviland Premium Pool Hose on Pump Outlet

    The hose can probably stand the psi, but I have no idea how to make the connections.....they're probably gonna' blow off.
    Dave S. - Forum owner
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
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    Atlanta, GA

    Re: Haviland Premium Pool Hose on Pump Outlet

    I'm gong to venture a no. the connection point on the hose itself is the weak point. It may work but also the pump connection will be an issue. Are you connection to the return side? Maybe a threaded pvc with a discharge hose and metal band clamps? If its the suction side don't do it.

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    40x20 Vinyl Inground (27,000 gal). SWG with Pentair 48 DE Filter.
    Also have a broken Polaris pump with no polaris and a broken AquaCal Heat Pump...inherited from last owner.

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