6 inch (DN150) stainless steel flanged strainer, Y type, is available with PN16 working pressure, SS 304/316 material, which is the perfect solution for effective and reliable protection of pumps, valves and instruments.
- Model: ATO-GL41H
- Type: Y Type Strainer
- Nominal Diameter: 6 inch (DN150)
- Working Pressure: PN16
- Product Material: 304/316 Stainless Steel
- Connection Form: Flange
- Temperature Range: -40°C~180°C
- Weight: 30.6kg
Dimensions (Unit: mm)
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Y-type strainers can remove impurities, debris, and solid particles from fluid or gas pipelines in industrial and commercial applications. They are typically used in applications where a high flow rate is required, and where there is a risk of damage to equipment or processes from the presence of solid particles.
Tips: Flanged Y Strainer vs. Thread Y Strainer
The choice between a flanged Y strainer and a threaded Y strainer depends on specific application requirements and the characteristics of the fluid system.
Flanged Y Strainer
Flanged Y strainers are advantageous in applications where a secure and leak-free connection is crucial. The flanges allow for easy installation and removal from pipelines, making maintenance more convenient. These strainers are often used in industrial settings with higher flow rates, where a robust and reliable connection is necessary. The flanged design is particularly suitable for larger pipe sizes and systems where pressure considerations are significant.
Threaded Y Strainer
Threaded Y strainers are more suitable for smaller pipe sizes and applications where ease of installation and maintenance is a priority. They are commonly used in situations where flanged connections might be impractical or unnecessary. Threaded strainers are simpler to install without the need for welding or complex sealing mechanisms, making them ideal for smaller-scale systems, plumbing, and situations where frequent removal for cleaning is anticipated.
In summary, ATO provides 1/2 inch to 6 inch Y type strainers, the choice between flanged and threaded Y strainers involves considerations of system size, pressure requirements, ease of installation, and the specific demands of the application.