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60 Deg. Y-Valve

09/11/2014 6:46 PM

Is 60 deg Y-valve the other name for a strainer ?

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Re: 60 deg Y-valve

09/11/2014 7:40 PM

No; it is basically a globe valve oriented at at angle to achieve less pressure drop.

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Re: 60 deg Y-valve

09/12/2014 3:50 AM

A strainer is not a valve.

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Re: 60 deg Y-valve

09/12/2014 4:55 AM

Thanks

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Re: 60 Deg. Y-Valve

09/14/2014 9:32 AM

This is a Y type valve

This is a Y type strainer

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