3/4″ FPT Suction Screen



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3/4" FPT Suction Screen A 3/4" FPT (Female Pipe Thread) Suction Screen is a type of strainer used to filter out debris or contaminants from fluid or gas being drawn into a system through a suction line. It features a 3/4-inch female threaded end that connects directly to a suction line and a screen or mesh within the strainer body that captures unwanted particles. The suction screen helps prevent clogs and damage to the pump or other downstream equipment by removing debris before it enters the system. The screen of the suction screen is typically made of a corrosion-resistant material, such as stainless steel or plastic, and can be easily removed and cleaned for maintenance. The body of the strainer is often constructed with durable materials, such as PVC or ABS plastic, to withstand harsh conditions and chemical exposure. The 3/4" FPT Suction Screen is commonly used in irrigation systems, HVAC systems, and industrial fluid handling systems where a compact design is necessary. Its low profile design minimizes any restriction in the flow of the fluid or gas being drawn into the system while also providing effective filtration. In conclusion, the 3/4" FPT Suction Screen is an essential component for any system where filtration and protection from debris and contaminants are necessary. Its compact size, durable construction, and efficient filtration make it a reliable and cost-effective solution for various applications.    
1 lbs
5 × 5 × 5 in


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