A passage by which an inclosed place may be entered; a place of ingress; entrance;
a narrow waterway leading into a harbor.
A bay or recess, as in the shore of a sea, lake, or large river; a narrow strip of water running into the land or between islands.
An entrance into a ditch, storm drain, or other waterway.
a narrow body between islands or leading inland from a larger body of water.
An entrance into a ditch, storm sewer, or other waterway.
a narrow waterway leading from a large boay of water (for example, an ocean) to a smaller body of water (bay or river).
An opening through which ocean waters enter and leave an enclosed body of water, such as a sound, bay, or marsh.
This returns water from the filtration system back into the swimming pool. To view our range of Swimming Pool Inlets click here.
(1) A narrow strip of water running into the land or between islands. (2) An arm of the SEA (or other body of water) that is long compared to its width, and that may extend a considerable distance inland.
A short, narrow waterway connecting a bay, lagoon, or similar body of water. Compare – Tidal Inlet. (modified from Jackson, 1997).
an arm off of a larger body of water (often between rocky headlands)
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a narrow body of water which usually drains from a larger body of water, such as from an ocean , into a lake
a neck or funnel that shuttles water from an estuary to an ocean
A fitting or fixture through which circulation water enters the pool.
Entrance of the culvert at the upstream end.
A narrow indentation in the coastline or in the lake or river by which the water penetrates into the land.
The small hole or holes situated at or near the bottom of the stilling well through which the tidal water passes in and out. The area and form of the inlet are determined in relation to the area of cross section of the well, so as to achieve maximum damping of unwanted oscillations without causing an acceptable departure from the height of the tide to be recorded.
A fitting in the pool or spa on the water return line from the equipment that water returns to the pool. Usually the last thing on the return line.
An entrance, opening, or aperture for the intake of fluid or gas.
Opening providing an entrance or intake.
Plumbing fitting on the return line that returns water to the spa/pool.
The area of a lake, bay or the ocean where water enters from a source like a river or stream.
a recess of water such as a bay or cove. Waters that are surrounded by land on three sides are inlets.
An entrance into a ditch, storm drain, or other water conveyance system.
The point at which a branch drain discharges into the main drain.
A point where water passes through a drain, such as to a culvert; an opening providing a means of entrance, such as a smaller body of water (a creek, for example) leading to a larger body, such as the ocean or a river.
A fitting in the pool on the water return line. Water is pumped back into the pool through the inlet after filtration .
A recess, such as a bay or cove, along a coast; a stream or bay leading inland, as from the ocean; an estuary; a narrow passage of water, as between two islands; a drainage passage.
An opening providing a means of entrance or intake.
1. An entrance, opening or passage as to a culvert. 2. A narrow strip of water extending into a body of land from a river, lake, ocean, small bay or creek. 3. Opening for the intake of fluid.
A synonym for intake.