1 1/2″ & 2″ MPT Plastic Filters with Stainless Steel Screens

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1 1/2″ & 2″ MPT Plastic Filters with Stainless Steel Screens

1 1/2″ & 2″ MPT Plastic Filters with Stainless Steel Screens

DIG’s 1/2″ and 2″ plastic screen filters with pipe thread are commonly used in commercial and agriculture installations to protect drip irrigation, micro sprinklers and other low-flow systems from debris that might enter the line and cause blockage of the emitters. The low-maintenance screen filters provide reliable and trouble-free operation by removing fine sand and other particles that could otherwise block the small water passages of the drip and micro sprinklers.

Features

  • Large filter area and low friction loss allows long intervals between cleaning
  • All-purpose filter with a wide range of stainless-steel screens from 80 to 180 microns to suit a wide range of filtration requirements
  • Designed to reduce operating costs and deliver high quality filtrate in a minimum space
  • Screens have excellent resistance to most common chemicals
  • Easy maintenance – the screen can be extracted from the filter for cleaning
  • Interchangeable screen and disc elements within the filter
  • Access point on the inlet and outlet side for pressure measurement test
  • Constructed of UV-resistant, durable plastic material to withstand the most adverse conditions

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How to Specify
MODEL DESCRIPTION
P75-XXXL 1 1/2 in. MNPT with SS screen & flush cap
P80-XXXL 2 in. MNPT with SS screen & flush cap

Specifications

  • Flow rates:
    • 1 1/2" up to 66 GPM (20 m3/h)
    • 2" up to 80 GPM (15 m3/h) Screen filtration area: 11/2" 85.6 sq. inch (552 cm2)
    • 2" 103.8 sq. inch (670 cm2)
  • Operating pressure: up to 120 PSI (8.4 BAR)
  • Temperature range: up to 130°F (54°C)
  • Stainless-steel screens from 40 to 200 mesh
  • Inlet and outlet size: 1 1/2" and 2" MNPT with 3/4" MPT cap
  • Filter Materials
    • Housing: polypropylene
  • Screen: Stainless steel with polyester body
    • O-ring: EPDM
    • Pressure testing port: polypropylene
    • Pressure testing seals: natural rubber BR
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