Laguna Pressure-Flo 700, 1400, 2100 & 3200 Quartz Sleeve Flange (MPN PT1528) Laguna Pressure-Flo 700, 1400, 2100 & 3200 Quartz Sleeve Flange (MPN PT1528) Laguna Laguna Pressure-Flo Quartz Sleeve Flange fitting 21528 21528 3.50 Webb's Water Gardens
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Laguna Pressure-Flo 700, 1400, 2100 & 3200 Quartz Sleeve Flange (MPN PT1528)

21528 - Laguna Pressure-Flo 700, 1400, 2100 & 3200 Quartz Sleeve Flange (MPN PT1528)

The Quartz Sleeve Flange is a retaining device that holds the quartz sleeve to the UVC head on Laguna's Pressure-Flo Filters. The flange is installed using two screws.

Suitable for:
  • Laguna Pressure-Flo 700 (PT1500)
  • Laguna Pressure-Flo 1400 (PT1502)
  • Laguna Pressure-Flo 2100 (PT1504)
  • Laguna Pressure-Flo 3200 (PT1506)
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Laguna Pressure-Flo 700, 1400, 2100 & 3200 Quartz Sleeve Flange (MPN PT1528)
21528 - Laguna Pressure-Flo 700, 1400, 2100 & 3200 Quartz Sleeve Flange (MPN PT1528)
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