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Check our our new article on automatic strainers and the differences between back washing and mechanically cleaned designs! You may be getting by with a duplex strainer but this style reduces or can even eliminate personnel who manually operate basket change-outs. This another entry in a series of articles FDPP, Inc is publishing monthly to cover various filtration questions and topics.

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Check out our latest article introducing Hayward Flow Control's new and improved TBH series true union ball valve. This is the fifth in a series of articles FDPP, Inc is publishing monthly to cover various filtration questions and topics.

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Check our our new article on the differences between a Wye (Y) and Tee (T) style strainer. While both are simplex designs for low particle loads, there are some important characteristics of each that make them inherently different. This is the fouth in a series of articles FDPP, Inc is publishing monthly to cover various filtration questions and topics.

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Check our our new article on the effects of fluid velocity and differential pressure when selecting pipeline strainers. This is the third in a series of articles FDPP, Inc is publishing monthly to cover various filtration questions and topics.

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Check our our new article on the differences between simplex and duplex strainers! Basket strainers are important pieces of equipment used in a wide array of filter applications and we discuss how they should be best applied. This is the second in a series of articles FDPP, Inc is publishing monthly to cover various filtration questions and topics.

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Check our our new article on the differences between Y and basket strainers! We try to shine a light on common misconceptions of the two styles and how they should be best applied to an application. This is the first in a series of articles FDPP, Inc is publishing monthly to cover various filtration questions and topics.
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