Product Details The Y Strainer is a crucial piece of equipment used in pipe systems to ensure proper delivery of the medium. By filtering out mechanical impurities such as rust, sand, and small solid particles in liquids, it helps protect the pipe’s accessories from wear and blockages, ensuring uninterrupted performance. In addition to its primary […]
The Y Strainer is a crucial piece of equipment used in pipe systems to ensure proper delivery of the medium. By filtering out mechanical impurities such as rust, sand, and small solid particles in liquids, it helps protect the pipe’s accessories from wear and blockages, ensuring uninterrupted performance. In addition to its primary function, the Y Strainer can also help maintain the quality of the transported medium, keeping it clean and free from contaminants. This is particularly important in industries such as food processing, where the medium’s quality must be maintained at the highest level.
Furthermore, the Y Strainer is designed to be easy to install, maintain, and replace, ensuring that it remains a reliable and cost-effective solution for years to come.
|Sizes||NPS 1/2 to NPS 48|
|Pressure Class||150 to Class 2500|
|Casting Materials||A216 WCB, WC6, WC9, A350 LCB, A351 CF8, CF8M, CF3, CF3M, A995 4A, A995 5A, A995 6A|
|Other Materials||Alloy 20, Monel, Inconel, Hastelloy|
|Connection||RF, RTJ, or BW|
|Screen Type||Perforable or Mesh Lined Stainless Steel|
Design & manufacture according to ASME B16.34
Face-to-face according to ASME B16.10
End Connection according to ASME B16.5 (RF & RTJ), ASME B16.25 (BW)
Test & inspection according to API 598
Advantages of Y Strainers
The Y strainer is an indispensable piece of equipment for delivering medium in a pipe system. It can filter mechanical impurities, rust, sand, and little solid particles in liquid, sewage, and other mediums. The Y strainer can protect the accessories of the pipe from wearing down and blocking, ensuring regular work of the pipeline.
Applications of Y Strainers
Y strainers are used in a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, chemical, water treatment, and more. Y strainers are commonly used in pipelines to filter out unwanted debris and particles that could cause damage to other equipment. They are also often used in HVAC systems and water treatment facilities to filter out sediment and other particulate matter.
Benefits of Y Strainers
The primary benefit of Y strainers is that they help to keep pipeline systems running smoothly. By filtering out unwanted debris and particles, Y strainers protect other equipment from damage and reduce the likelihood of pipeline failure. Additionally, Y strainers can help to improve the overall efficiency of pipeline systems by reducing the amount of debris that needs to be removed manually.
Installation of Y Strainers
Y strainers are typically installed in pipelines to filter out debris and other unwanted particles. The strainer should be installed upstream of the equipment it is designed to protect. The installation process will depend on the specific type of Y strainer being used, but it typically involves cutting the pipeline and installing the strainer between two flanges.
Q: What materials are Y strainers made from?
A: Y strainers can be made from a variety of materials, including casting (A216 WCB, WC6, WC9, A350 LCB, A351 CF8, CF8M, CF3, CF3M, A995 4A, A995 5A, A995 6A), Alloy 20, Monel, Inconel, and Hastelloy.
Q: What standards do Y strainers adhere to?
A: Y strainers are designed and manufactured according to ASME B16.34. Face-to-face dimensions are according to ASME B16.10. End connections are according to ASME B16.5 (RF & RTJ) and ASME B16.25 (BW). Testing and inspection are according to API 598.