Need help union fitting

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  1. natbea09

    natbea09 New Member

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    I want to convert this flexible 2in pipe with typical pvc pipe. The union nut fitting has written 415-5000 on it. I'm wondering what would be the complete union fitting I would need to connect pvc 2in pipe to the correct union and fittings. I will not reuse the existing union as it's all glued to the flexible pipe.
     

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  2. James Henry

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    Look up the documentation of the unit your connecting to.
     
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  4. natbea09

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    Does this help out?
     

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    I really need to get a life.... Contact the manufacturer of the unit for new union recommendations because the unions came with the unit.
     
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    I need to find the right union with flange and then I'll be able to setup with my pvc piping.
     
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    I'll see what I can do.
     
  8. James Henry

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    look up your unit online for replacement parts.
     
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    I would go online first and search for a replacements parts list for your unit. that union may be specifically made for that unit. it just may save you two trips to the hardware store, one for the purchase and one to return it.
     
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    That's why I'm here because my local department store doesnt even have any union fittings at all so I'll have to order online.
     
  12. James Henry

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    I'm trying to point out to you that the union on your unit doesn't look like a standard union and that you need to research your units parts list online to buy the correct union.
     
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    Your on the right track, now dig deeper into the union specifications and see if they specify that the will work on your units particular model number. if they say they will then make sure they are the right size and hit the buy it now button.
     
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    Thanks for your help!
     
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