Marine industry, Water supply and drainage, fire fighting, shipbuilding, water treatment and other systems, DN15 to D600, NBR/EPDM/VITON, Certificates & Approvals: DNV-GL, Lloyds, DNV, ABS, BV, Standards: EN 593, API609
The strainer valve (filter valve) is also called filter: its a device that performs filter pretreatment. The filter valve is the filter equipment necessary for the use of hydraulic control valves and sophisticated mechanical products that are prone to clogging. It is an indispensable device of the pipeline series for transporting media. It is usually installed at the inlet end of equipment such as hydraulic control valves, pressure relief valves, pressure relief valves, and fixed water level valves. It is used to eliminate impurities in the media and prevent particulate impurities from entering. The channel creates a wall plug to protect the fittings on the equipment pipeline from wear and blockage. When cleaning is required, just remove the detachable filter cartridge and reload it after processing, so it is extremely convenient to use and maintain.
Area of application
Water supply and drainage, water treatment, fire-fighting and other systems
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