316SS Body & Screen, #12 Mesh (1.4mm Perforation), Screwed Ends BSP Y-Strainer
|Product Name||Y type female thread strainer|
|Design standard||DIN .APL.GB|
|Applicable Media||Water,Oil,Gas and Corrosive Liquid|
|Material||SS316 .SS304 .|
|Threaded standard||NPT /BSPT /BSP /DIN|
Y-strainer, 316SS Body & Screen, #12 mesh (1.4mm perforation), screwed ends BSP or
NPT-rated 800 psi (56 Bar)- fitted with blowdown assembly comprising a special hex nipple
(male 16UN X 1/2″ MALE NPT) and a 3-piece SS Ball Valve
Size 1/4” (DN8) → 3” (DN80)
* Options: WCB body, special fine mesh screens, NPT ends, flanged ends, 1-piece BV as blow-down valve
Y Strainer Design
As it's name implies, a Y strainer is shaped like a “Y” and is used to filter, or strain, out particulates
from steam, gas or liquid. This mechanical straining process is made possible via a filter element comprised
of mesh, perforated metal, or a wedge wire straining element. The most common kind of straining element is
a wire mesh. Some also include “blow-off valves” that make the cleaning process easier in applications with more
substantial dirt blowing. The strainer itself has a compact, Y shaped design. The Y shape has better flow characteristics
than for example a T shaped strainer, because the fluid flows through the filter with less change of direction.
Why Use a Y Strainer?
In general, Y strainers are critical anywhere clean fluids are required. While clean fluids can help maximize the reliability
and lifespan of any mechanical system, they're especially important with solenoid valves. This is because solenoid valves
are very sensitive to dirt and will only function properly with clean liquids or air. If any solids enter the stream, it can disrupt
and even damage the entire system. Therefore, a Y strainer is a great complimentary component. In addition to protecting
the performance of solenoid valves, they also help safeguard other types of mechanical equipment, including:
A simple Y strainer can keep these components, which are some of the most valuable and expensive parts of the
pipeline, protected from the presences of pipe scale, rust, sediment or any other kind of extraneous debris.
Y strainers are available in a myriad of designs (and connection types) that can accommodate any industry or application.
What is the difference between strainer and filter?
The key difference between strainers and filters are the size of the particles they remove. Strainers typically remove larger particles that are visible in a liquid or gas, while filters remove contaminants that are often so small, they cannot be seen with the naked eye.
What are the different types of strainers?
There are 4 common types of strainers used for oil and gas filtration. They are simplex strainers, y strainers, duplex strainers, and automatic strainers. Each different type of strainer has it's own advantages when being used.
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