Y-strainer (threaded connection)

Y Strainer with threaded connection available in both NPT and BSP threads. The Y-Strainers are available in different material sizes and pressure classes.

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Material Brass, Bronze, Steel, Stainless Steel, Cast Iron
Micron 5, 10, 15, 30, 50, 100, 150, 200 , 250, 300, 500, 600, 800, 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000
Connection BSP, NPT, Butt weld

Description / Y-strainer (threaded connection)

Y strainers are used for the removal of unwanted solids from a liquid or gas stream. The name Y strainer says it all; this filter is in the shape of the letter Y and contains an insert screen. This screen is made of perforated plate and can be covered with a mesh of 25micron. A Y type strainer uses insert screen to remove these unwanted particles.  A Y-strainer is ideal for protecting your pump or for liquid or gas streams where little contamination is present. Y-strainer is very price advantageous solution for liquid or gas streams filtration. By that a Y-strainer in many different finenesses, sizes and materials to obtain there is for almost any application and solution to find, more know? Click here and ask your question. 

25µm t/m enkele millimeters

Materialen: Messing, gietijzer, smeedijzer, staal, roestvrij staal, andere op aanvraag

BSP:         ⅜” - 3”
Flanges:  DN 15 - DN 300

Pressure class:
PN 6 - PN 40
150 Lbs - 800 Lbs


FAQ: y-type strainer

  1. What is a Y type strainer?
    A strainer y type is a filtration device used to remove unwanted solids from a liquid or gas stream.
  2. How does a Y type strainer work?
    Y-strainers have a Y-shaped body with an insert screen made of perforated plate, which traps unwanted particles while allowing the fluid or gas to pass through.
  3. What is the purpose of a Y type strainer?
    Strainer y types are designed to protect pumps and equipment from potential damage caused by solid debris or contaminants in the liquid or gas stream.
  4. Why is it called a Y type strainer?
    The name "Y-strainer" comes from its distinctive Y-shaped body that houses the insert screen.
  5. What is the micron rating of the insert screen?
    The insert screen of  y-type strainers typically have a mesh size of 25 microns, offering effective filtration for various applications.
  6. What materials are Y-strainers available in?
    y-type strainers are available in a range of materials including brass, cast iron, forged iron, steel, stainless steel, and others upon request.
  7. What are the available connection sizes for Y-strainers?
    Y-strainers come in different connection sizes, including BSP (⅜" - 3") and flanges (DN 15 - DN 300).
  8. What pressure classes are available for Y-strainers?
    A Y filter strainer is available in different pressure classes, ranging from PN 6 to PN 40 and 150 Lbs to 800 Lbs.
  9. Where are Y-strainers commonly used?
    A Y  filter strainers are commonly used in various industries, including HVAC systems, chemical processing, oil and gas, water treatment, and more.
  10. Are Y-strainers cost-effective?
    Yes, Y-strainers offer a price-advantageous solution for liquid or gas stream filtration, providing efficient protection while being relatively affordable.

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