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Focus on Pump Protection


LPD Strainer Low pressure differential “Y” strainer


Flow through design — no obstructions and lower pressure loss


Flow capacity often exceeds basket strainers of the same size — no need to upsize


Differential pressure ports


Access port for injection or flow sensor


Installation options vertical & horizontal 4 to 8 o’clock allowed — less clearance than most basket strainer sizes


More open area to pipe — less clogging


Significantly larger screen — less clogging & more storage


Detachable bottom 4 bolts — easy access


Manual or automatic flushing port — minimizes service


LPD


Reduce energy and maximize performance Introducing new, uniquely engineered components that lower pressure losses and reduce turbulence to maximize pump life and system performance.


Low Pressure Drop (LPD) Strainer Designed with very low pressure losses. Saves energy, improves pump performance and reduces maintenance.


Suction Diffuser Flex (SDF) Significantly reduces turbulence to maximize pump performance, reduce wear and increase pump life.


VaneFlex™


Immediately straightens flow before and after the pump, in a fraction of the space, to protect components from fluid turbulence.


SDF


VaneFlex


Contact us today to see how you can save. www.Epiphene.com | info@epiphene.com | 1-559-288-2392


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