MPT Low Profile Strainer (11/2″)



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11/2" MPT Low Profile Strainer The 11/2" MPT Low Profile Strainer is a compact and efficient strainer designed for use in fluid or water systems. Its low profile design allows for easy installation in tight spaces and its MPT (Male Pipe Thread) connection makes it compatible with 11/2" threaded pipes. The strainer's mesh screen removes impurities and debris from the fluid to protect equipment and maintain fluid quality. The screen is made of durable materials and is suitable for use in a variety of industries, including agriculture, construction, and manufacturing. The strainer's compact size and efficient design make it a popular choice for applications where space is limited, yet a high level of filtration is required. The 11/2" MPT Low Profile Strainer is a reliable and cost-effective solution for fluid filtration.  
1 lbs
5 × 5 × 5 in


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