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Orbit 2 in. 50 GPM Mesh Irrigation Filter-DISCONTINUED
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Discontinued Orbit

2 in. 50 GPM Mesh Irrigation Filter-DISCONTINUED

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The Orbit 50 GPM Mesh Irrigation Filter features easy access for manual cleaning. This 32 mesh screen filter is designed to be used on a main sprinkler line before the water gets to the valves to filter debris from secondary water systems.

  • Use on a main sprinkler line to filter debris from secondary water systems
  • Installs without tools
  • Handles up to 200 psi of working pressure and 50 GPM
  • Heavy-duty, 100% stainless-steel 32 mesh screen
  • Clear canister for visual inspection of accumulated debris
  • Easy access for manual cleaning

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What size of pipe does this require? Plus, are the ends threaded or does the pipe get glued in?

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April 9, 2013
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The filter uses 2" polyvinyl chloride in and out. The manifold uses 1" or 3/4" polyvinyl chloride in and out. If you use 1" you have to buy the polyvinyl chloride fittings to allow it. The manifold is available for poly-pipe as well (on the out end).
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May 15, 2012
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This product has a 2 inch inlet and outlet. It is not threaded and requires glue connections to be plumbed in. Bushings can be used to adapt to the size of pipe you are using.
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After I installed the filter and turned the main water line back on, the filter was spraying out of the cap. Any suggestions as to why?

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July 25, 2013
I hand tightened it as much as possible. Also I have the filter pointing up and not down. Is that an issue?
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July 26, 2013
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Hi Bob. We actually recommend installing the filter horizontally. If you continue to experience difficulty, please contact our Orbit technical support associates at 1-800-488-6156. Thanks for your question!
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11/2inirrigation filter howe many gpm

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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what was needed Using lake water for irrigation has one major drawback, debris in the water. With this filter you can see the trash before it enters the valves. I wish I had had this 20+ years ago, it would have saved a lot of head aches. Also utilizing above ground valve manifold would have been a big plus over the years. April 9, 2013
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