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|Mesh Material:||PTFE||Applications:||Aggressive Or Toxic Liquid|
|Structure:||Y Type||Body Material:||WCB, Stainless Steel|
PFA PTFE Lined Valves,
1mm PTFE Lined Valves,
Y Strainer PTFE Lined Valves
1mm-10mm Mesh Filter PFA PTFE Coated Y Strainer For Chemical Solutions
PTFE Coated Strainer is a type of strainer that is coated with ptfe coating. PTFE is a synthetic polymer material that avoids corrosion, wear and tear on the interior of the valve body. It also protects the valve parts from getting damaged by the conditions and the material inside the valve. The ptfe y-strainer is one type of the strainers.
The strainers can either be y type or bucket type. The y type strainer has a y shaped body where the bottom part of the y shape collects the materials. The strainer has a fltering system inside the body and it flters the solid materials to stay inside the ptfe lined y strainer while allowing the fluid to flow continuously.
|Seal Material||PTFE/ PFA|
|Working Pressure||1.6 – 6.4Mpa|
|Working Temperature||-29°C — +180°C|
|Applications||Water, Oil, Gas,|
|Nominal Diameter||DN40-DN300 handle lever
DN350-DN1200 gear box
* Body made of carbon steel
* Special execution on request made of low temperature carbon steel
* Lining for body and filter-cartridge made of virgin PTFE, FEP, PFA and other material also available.
* Cartridge 210 micron standard mesh, on request 400, 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000 or 7000 micron
* Face to face only available according to GB Standard
* Spark Test: 15 K.V.D.C
Fluoropolymers are ideal for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical processing equipment because they have excellent chemical and thermal resistance. Their molecules have continuous non-reactive surfaces and are compatible with virtually all chemicals and solvents. They are far more resistant to chemical attack than conventional chlorinated and hydrocarbon polymers, and have far higher service temperatures.
There are a number of materials in the Fluoropolymer family. PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) is the original Fluoropolymer, discovered by DuPont in 1938. From this original development there have been a number of other materials developed – trying to improve on the difficult processing characteristics of PTFE. These have been more or les successful, having to trade properties of PTFE in order to attain other characteristics. The principal materials used in the industries that we serve are:
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