My duckbill leaked the day I installed it. But it was a slow drip. I assume the stenner by itself can handle the pool return line pressure.Don’t know. I have 100 psi and it works fine. I wouldn’t rely on the duckbill as a foolproof check valve
It does not require it for our purposes... but it does come with it when bought new.The 100 PSI pump requires the check valve. That's what matters.
The 100 PSI pump doesn’t ‘require’ the check valve. RatherThe 100 PSI pump requires the check valve. That's what matters.
What inline chlorinator is the PB recommending?Update - talked to my PB to install a Stenner pump (initially he said he could do it) - now sends me an email saying - Since Pentair does not support Stenner pumps I cannot install it either as it is not compatible
I am not a handy person - can anyone suggest any alternative?