Strainers

Water Strainers and Accessories Guarantee Water Supply

Our Float Dock Strainers save the day.  Firefighting, mining and certain construction operations require a reliable source of water. But muck, sand and debris in local ponds, streams or other water sources can damage equipment and interrupt the flow of water. That’s why we invented the first floating strainer in 1954 and continue to sell our Float Dock Strainer and other water strainers to a variety of customers around the world.

Construction Features

  • Constructed and engineered for maximum pumping capacity
  • Super-shallow draft in as little as five inches of water
  • Rugged welds, castings and float
Aluminum Low-Flow Strainer
Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Thread Size

2.5 Inch, 3 Inch, 4 Inch, 4.5 Inch, 5 Inch, 6 Inch

Thread Orientation

Female, Male, STORZ

Thread Type

BSP, CAM, NPT, NST, STORZ

Carry Rack for Low Flow Strainers
Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Size

Small, ≤3.0 inch, Large ≥4.0 inch

Clapper Valve
Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Thread Size

4 Inch, 4.5 Inch, 5 Inch, 6 Inch

Thread Type

BSP, CAM, NPT, NST, STORZ

In-Line Power Jet Siphon
Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Thread Size

4 Inch, 4.5 Inch, 5 Inch, 6 Inch

Thread Type

BSP, NPT, NST

Power Jet Siphon
Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Thread Size

4 Inch, 4.5 Inch, 5 Inch, 6 Inch

Thread Type

BSP, NPT, NST

Self-Leveling Float Dock Strainer
Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Float Material

Aluminum, Polyethylene

Thread Size

1.5 Inch, 2 Inch, 2.5 Inch, 3 Inch, 4 Inch, 4.5 Inch, 5 Inch, 6 Inch, 8 Inch

Thread Type

BSP, CAM, NPSH, NPT, NST, STORZ

Thread Orientation

Female, Male

Riser

Yes, No

Carry Rack

Yes, No

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