Central vac inlet added to unit in garage

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Old 05-28-19, 01:33 PM
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Central vac inlet added to unit in garage

Wondering if this looks correct before I glue it. My main concern is the use of the y-fitting to tie in and that it is pointing in the right direction. Should mention the intake at the power unit is just up and to the left from the y-fitting.

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The installation is correct. Just one question.... is that an actual vacuum Y fitting ?
They look similar to water fittings but vacuum fittings maintain a constant opening so they don't clog.
 
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Thanks PJmax for the pic fix and the reply. As far as I know it's a vac fitting as I picked it up from the area they sell those things. Mind you, at the big box stores, keeping stock organized is a huge challenge for them. I will go back and check again. PJ, do you think a straight 90* T would be better than this Y 90*.
 
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