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    Thread: Pros & Cons of Periha Pond Pump

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      Quote Originally Posted by catfish whiskers View Post
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      Not sure...love my IP now i was a Samsung Galaxy user for their first couple generations and see no break through
      Now it is Periha time
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      A little off topic - but how do you attach schedule 40 1.5" PVC to the Periha's (PB10,000 in this case) in/outlet?

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      I believe this fitting work and you will need 2
      https://www.pvcfittingsonline.com/43...hoCsz8QAvD_BwE
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      Quote Originally Posted by bigpig View Post
      A little off topic - but how do you attach schedule 40 1.5" PVC to the Periha's (PB10,000 in this case) in/outlet?

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      Model 5000-12000 using 1.5” in and out, USA size fitting, you can get from Home Depot

      14000-25000 using 2” in and out

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      Quote Originally Posted by batman View Post
      The pump has a wet rotor and water circulates internally in the motor and bearings. The windings are sealed in plastic. The insides need to be cleaned and inspected to prevent buildup. It's easy to do but also easy to forget to do. Here is the Alpine cleaning video.

      The Periha lists three speeds but the difference between low to high is very minor. A total waste of a speed control.

      https://youtu.be/FV6yB2LQBo4
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      Recently a post about mineral buld up and a Periha locking up. This type of pump should be taken apart and the deposits cleaned with CLR at least annually if you want many years of operation.
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      Can this pump be installed with a needle wheel impeller?

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