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Old 5th April 2021, 07:55 PM
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Hi has anyone got a source or some good second hand suction strainer filters x2 off for tender injector pickup pipes mine are long gone thank you in advance Ben. 07810825534
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Old 5th April 2021, 11:21 PM
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Hi has anyone got a source or some good second hand suction strainer filters x2 off for tender injector pickup pipes mine are long gone thank you in advance Ben. 07810825534
BSS do nice ones new , and cheap too , but don't accept one with too fine a mesh filter . If BSS kick up about a change of mesh , you can get a similar mesh which will fit the BSS in line filter from Power and Motion of Daventry , for a fraction 9( ? 3 )of what BSS will want to change it ( about 20 ). Too fine a mesh means that the thing will not feed the injector with less than about a half tank of water , because the effective head of water will not overcome the surface tension of the mesh .
I have one new BSS pattern here on my desk if you want to give me a ring on 01327 - 87 77 86 .
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Old 6th April 2021, 08:04 PM
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Thanks Bob and Tom. Bob does the one you have a nylon end i am not to keen on that i know it should be ok just rater have brass or aluminum thanks ben.
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Old 6th April 2021, 10:37 PM
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The one which I have has a stainless mesh cylinder which is easily removable for cleaning via a plug without any dismantling of pipework . My old BSS catalogue lists it's equivalent as a bronze Y type strainer , product code 23010615 , which you can probably find in their catalogue on line . Mine is branded TFP , which you can probably find by Googling , and incorporates an additional hex drain plug . The mesh which is too fine and which I replaced is a 20 mesh .
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