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Temporary Strainer Cone Basket and Flat Type

Released on Apr. 11, 2024

Temporary strainers are also called temporary filters or startup strainers. Various types, such as temporary cone strainers, temporary basket strainers, and flat types, are available.

Temporary strainers are installed in pipelines to remove unwanted debris from process streams. 

Conical and basket temporary filters protect expensive pumps, valves, instruments, and other mechanical equipment from foreign matter, stabilize processes, and ensure safe production. They are installed between flanges as temporary or permanent filtration devices.

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Temporary Strainer Dimensions

We provide various standard sizes and custom types of temporary strainers for liquid filtration. The main disc of conical strainers is made to fit between flanges of rating as per the main pipe specification.

Contact us to custom-design temporary strainers! 

Need to indicate: 1) Pipe size, 2) Pressure rating, 3) Performance or mesh size, 4) Material, 5) Style.


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Temporary Strainer Types

Temporary Conical Strainer

Conical temporary strainer design allows for minimal pressure drop, ensuring the flow rate remains consistent while maintaining effective filtration.

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Temporary Basket Strainer

Basket temporary strainer design provides a large surface area for filtration, making them versatile in handling varying flow rates and contaminant types.

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Temporary Flat Strainer

Flat temporary strainers offer a space-saving filtration solution ideal for applications with limited space or where installation flexibility is required. 

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Key Considerations When Choosing a Temporary Strainer

When selecting a temporary strainer for a specific application, several factors should be taken into account:

Flow Rate: Consider the expected flow rate of the fluid to ensure that the strainer can handle the volume without causing excessive pressure drop.

Particle Size: Determine the size of particles that need to be captured to select a strainer with the appropriate mesh size or perforation.

Material Compatibility: Ensure that the strainer material is compatible with the fluid being processed to prevent corrosion or contamination.

Installation and Maintenance: Consider ease of installation, removal, and maintenance requirements to minimize downtime and operational disruptions.

We not only provide a variety of temporary strainers but also offer a range of stainless steel filter housings for industrial filtration! Welcome to contact us at any time! E-mail: sales@yubofilter.com