1″ FIT Suction Screen



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1" FIT Suction Screen The 1" FIT Suction Screen is a plumbing product that is used to filter debris and other foreign matter from the water that is being drawn into a system. It is typically used as a pre-filter for pumps and other equipment in residential and commercial applications. The suction screen is designed with a 1-inch fitting and is easy to install and maintain. It is made of durable materials and is designed to protect the pump and other equipment from damage caused by debris buildup. The suction screen can be installed on the suction side of the pump or other equipment to protect it from debris and other foreign matter in the water. Product Detail Video: https://youtu.be/5HFkD_wRJOM  
1 lbs
5 × 5 × 5 in


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