Showing posts with label strainer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label strainer. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

New Piping and Pipeline Specialties Catalog

heavy duty industrial piping and pumps
Titan Flow Controls products are utilized throughout piping systems
Mountain States Engineering and Controls handles the full line of Titan Flow Control products and has the application expertise and product knowledge to help customers select the right products, properly configured for the job at hand.

The company recently published a new and updated catalog containing all of their standard products. Titan Flow Controls manufactures a broad range of flow control products.

  • Y Strainers
  • Duplex Strainers
  • Basket Strainers
  • Check Valves
  • Butterfly Valves
  • Pump Protection
  • Specialty Products
  • Custom Assemblies and Fabrications
The latest edition of the Titan FCI catalog is included below. All the technical assistance needed for properly selecting and configuring the right product for your application is available from the experts at Mountain States Engineering and Controls.



Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Pipeline Strainers: Proper Selection and Application

Pipeline Basket Strainer Cutaway View
Basket Strainer
Courtesy Spirax Sarco
Pipeline strainers are one of those simple devices that perform a critical role in maintaining the smooth operation of any piping system. They are found in any operation that has fluid moving through a pipe, and their proper selection and application is the subject of a great tutorial authored by the experts at Spirax Sarco, a premiere manufacturer of specialties for industrial piping systems.

One of the basic tenets of industrial process control operations is to maintain a specified function or outcome, to keep things working. Reduced to its simplest, the function of a strainer is to trap materials flowing in the pipeline that should not be there. Rust, scale, joint compound, and particulate materials can impact the function of valves and other elements in the system. A strainer will trap and hold undesirable material, for removal at a later time.

The attached article is excerpted from the company's extensive tutorial library, which you can access by contacting an application specialist. That same application specialist can provide additional detail at any level you need, as well as work with you to meet application challenges and improve your industrial or commercial operations.