In the market, the Y-type filter works in the same way, […]
In the market, the Y-type filter works in the same way, but the Y-type filter that needs to pay attention to different product parameters when selecting is different in the scope and environment of use.
The basic parameters such as the temperature requirements of the medium, the requirements of the working pressure difference, the material of the product, the applicable range, the form of the connection, the direction of flow, and the requirements of the applicable medium pressure environment must be known. After understanding these parameters before purchasing, further judgment and selection can be made to select a more suitable Y-type filter.
1. Suitable diameter of inlet and outlet
Where is the selected Y-type filter to be used, then the diameter of the inlet and outlet channels installed must be the first step of selection. In principle, the inlet and outlet diameter of the Y-type filter should not be less than the matching one. The inlet diameter is generally the best with the diameter of the inlet pipe.
2.Y-type filter casting material
The second step in selecting the Y filter is the material. Because different materials have different physical and chemical properties. The material of the Y-type filter you choose should generally be the same as the material of the process pipe connected to it. For different working conditions, the Y-type filter of cast iron, low alloy steel, carbon steel or stainless steel can be selected.
3. Selection of the number of mesh holes
The core working mechanism of the Y filter is the filter. Therefore, when selecting a Y-type filter, special consideration should be given to the size of the pore size of the screen for intercepting impurities and the number of holes. This selection generally has a special "interceptable particle size size comparison table" to help you pick. After considering your own interception needs, choosing the right filter is the most critical one.
In addition, there are differences in nominal pressure, filter resistance loss, etc., which are also important considerations when selecting a first-class Y-type filter. They relate to the highest pressure and Y-type that can be withstood by this path. The life of the filter is also not to be ignored.