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77F-CSSI

Stainless Steel, Flanged, Wye-Pattern Strainers

Lead Free* Models Available

Size(s):

1/2 to 12 in. (15 to 305mm)

Description:

Series 77F-CSSI Stainless Steel, Flanged, Wye-Pattern Strainers feature a wye-pattern, stainless steel body, blow-down connections, stainless steel screen, stainless steel retainer cap and non-asbestos gasket. The Series 77F-CSSI's machined seat allows the seat to be self-aligning and assures a perfect fit. The strainer may be installed in horizontal or vertical pipe with the blow-off connection at the lower end of the screen retainer cover. Maximum Pressure (non-shock): 275psi (18.9 bar) @ 100°F (38°C) WOG, 150psi (10.3 bar) @ 400°F (204°C) WSP.

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*The wetted surface of this product contacted by consumable water contains less than 0.25% of lead by weight.

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