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Remove debris from fluids with these upstream gasket strainers

By Chemical Engineering |

This company’s line of strainer gaskets remove particulate matter and debris from process fluids. They are suitable for standard flanged connections and can be inserted upstream from sensitive and costly processing equipment. The gaskets may be deployed as a single filter or as a graduated system of several strainers that consume less space and at a lower cost than other methods, such as filtration cartridges. The strainer gaskets are offered in a vGarlock WCariety of gasket materials and thicknesses. Stainless-steel plain mesh weave is standard, in 20, 40, 50, 60 or 100 mesh, or dual layers are also available. Other configurable options include the following: non-standard sizes including rectangular designs; optional tab for gasket installation and location identification; and inner diameters ranging from 1.2 to 30 in. — Garlock, Palmyra, N.Y.

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