JBD Tritec are able to offer Pipeline strainers of various designs, which are used by industrial and commercial customers to protect their process or pump installation.
Available in a variety of sizes, either Flanged, Threaded or Socket Weld Connections Iron, Bronze, Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel
Y-Strainers are devices for mechanically removing unwanted solids from liquid, gas or steam lines by means of a perforated or wire mesh straining element. They are used in pipelines to protect pumps, meters, control valves, steam traps, regulators and other process equipment.
The Simplex Strainer
Simplex pipeline strainers remove damage causing particulate matter from the process media, protecting system components such as flow meters, pumps, and spray nozzles. The particulate matter is captured in the strainer basket. The line is then temporarily shut down and the basket removed for cleaning or replacement.
The Duplex Strainer
The Duplex Strainer will give years of trouble-free service, protecting expensive pipeline system components from damage by unwanted particles. Because the system flow never has to be shut down for basket cleaning, the duplex strainer is perfect for lines that must run continuously or for batch systems that can't be stopped. A quick, easy turn of the handle operates the diverter cartridge that switches the system flow from one basket chamber to the other, allowing the out of service basket to be cleaned or changed.
The Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer
The automatic self-cleaning strainer is a motorized unit designed for the continuous removal of entrained solids from liquids in pipeline systems, preventing damage to expensive pipeline system components. They have successfully performed in industrial, process, water & wastewater, power, paper and municipal applications for over 30 years. Strainer element is cleaned automatically while the strainer is in service the system flow never has to be shut down.
For more information
Please contact Mr. David Young on telephone number 07879 484188 or e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org.