Brass 3/4″ Y Strainer Filter
£13.51 + VAT
Brass 3/4″ Y Strainer filter for protecting fuel pumps
Y strainers are also known as wye strainers because they are shaped like a Y and act as a filter to prevent solids, pipe scale, rust, and debris from mixing into liquid, gas, or steam in a flowline. The Y strainer is a perfect filter mechanism to protect fuel pumps, water pumps, etc from a variety of debris that may contaminate your fuel / water line. The Y strainer is manufactured with a mesh wire straining screen that is removeable for cleaning. There is a directional flow arrow to show you which way to fit the Y strainer and can be fitted vertically or horizontally to protect all types of pumps, meters, control valves, regulators and other process equipment.
This Y strainer has 2 x 3/4″ Female BSP threads, one either side of the Y strainers mesh guard.
Delivery Information & Exclusions.
* UK Mainland Delivery, Delivery price above Excludes Northern Ireland, Northern Scotland & Isles, West Wales, coastal areas Etc Price On Application (POA).
*For none UK Deliveries POA.
*Offloading of heavy items such as bowsers & tanks should be made by a forklift with extended forks or similar heavy lifting equipment. If you will be offloading via an overhead crane and require delivery to be made on flat bed vehicle please advise prior to purchase as additional charges may apply, our standard delivery vehicles are normally curtain sided vehicles and don’t allow access for overhead cranes. If a forklift with extended forks is not available to offload, please advise prior to purchase as we can make alternative arrangements i.e. Via HIAB Delivery. However, these special deliveries will be POA.
*Delivery is a kerbside service only, and not a “drop at your door service”. Arrangements must be made by the customer to manoeuvre the tanks into position.
* It is the customers responsibility to ensure that there is safe and adequate access for large lorries.
*Trailer Engineering Will contact you prior to despatch to advise delivery date, if for any reason delivery is attempted and failed on the advised date, it is the customers responsibility to cover the initial transport costs and any additional charges to get the units back to ourselves and Re-delivered on another date. Therefore, it is vital that if delivery is expected on a specific date that someone is available with the correct offloading facilities and can sign for the goods at the delivery address as additional charges for failed deliveries can be significant.
*As offloading is the customers responsibility any damages to the units which is caused during the offloading process wouldn’t be covered under warranty and would be the customers responsibility.
*Tanks cannot be left without a customer’s signature.