Made from flexible 1.25 Inch Schedule 40 PVC pipe and Schedule 40 fittings. This is intended only for very small overflows in which a vertical standpipe will not fit based on the placement of the bulkhead in the overflow chamber. This design allows the elbow and tee assembly to be off-center from the rest of the standpipe.
One inch bulkheads are rated for 600 GPH.
Use the options below to customize the standpipe to your needs.
Standpipe Height:is the height of your tank as measured from the bottom glass to the top rim of the tank itself (not the height of the plastic overflow chamber wall). The standpipe is designed so that the endcap (top) is about equal to the top rim of your tank (+/- 1/2 inch). You should round up to the nearest inch if needed. (For example, if your tank height is 23.5 inches, select 24 inches). Standpipes taller than 28 inches will cost a little extra due to the increased box size.
is the type of connector needed to attach the standpipe to your drain line. A Slip bulkhead requires a standpipe to simply slide into the bulkhead. A Threaded bulkhead requires a standpipe to be threaded (much like how a nut screws onto a bolt).Commonly Asked Questions About Durso Standpipes:
Are the Flexible Durso Standpipes really flexible?
How much room do I need for a Durso Standpipe?
What flow rates are possible with a Durso Standpipe?
Can a Durso Standpipe work without an overflow chamber?
How tall does the standpipe need to be?