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DIG 155 Mesh Polyester Screen Filter 3/4" | P10-155

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P10-155 3/4" in. Filter with Polyester 155 Mesh Screen and Flush Cap

All Purpose Plastic Filter with Screen

Use for residential and commercial applications. The filter has a pressure rating of up to 120 PSI. Simple and easy to operate, the filters provide reliable, low maintenance filtration for trouble free operation.

  • Low friction loss
  • Screens have excellent reistance to most common chemicals
  • Color coded replacement screens
  • Available with flush cap
  • Easy maintenance: screen can be extracted from filter for easy cleaning
  • Non-corrosive materials
  • Interchangeable screen and disc elements with a wide range of filtration degrees
  • Operating Pressure: up to 120 PSI
  • Temperature Range: up to 130 degrees
  • MNPT x MNPT inlet and outlet
Weight:
0.4500
Brand:
DIG
Flow Capacity:
up to 18 GPM
Outlet Connection:
3/4" MNPT
Inlet Connection:
3/4" MNPT
Mesh:
155
Filter Size:
3/4"
Mesh:
155
Filter Material:
Polypropylene
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Which direction should filter be installed for water flow? (It has 'Disc" on one side and 'Screen' on the other side. Most fittings have a flow arrow._

--Bill
A shopper on Mar 30, 2012
what low temperature can they resist?
A shopper on Apr 5, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I have not installed my filters yet but I am a chemist . Both casing and screen frame are made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE). HDPE is already "frozen" at room temp but will become brittle and crack easily if stressed at lower temperatures. (I'm guessing -50 to -20 deg F) If it is not stressed by trapped freezing water, the polyethylene will handle temperatures well below the freezing point of water. If water is trapped, the assembly WILL DEFINITELY crack when the water freezes. Here in Texas, I would still expect that to take about half a day at 20 def F. Note that even an "empty" system (with filter mounted downward) will retain water. If the outlet is NOT blocked (i.e. water can flow to a drip irrigator or whatever) then the chance of cracking will be reduced -- maybe 1/4 the chance of cracking. So, the filter is no more vulnerable to cracking than the rest of your rigid HDPE or PVC pipe. I expect HDPE to handle lower temperatures than PVC. Drain the system, including the bottom of the filters, if a "hard" freeze is expected. If you are filtering something other than water (e.g. brine or 50/50 glycol) then what matters is the freezing point of your liquid. I would not trust the filter for use with gasoline, oil, or other solvents -- not sure I would trust it with 50/50 glycol/water -- because these will leach out the plasticizers in the HDPE making it brittle even at comfortable temperatures.
What is 3/4 " MHT? My guess is Male hose threads.
A shopper on May 4, 2012
BEST ANSWER: correct. The other initial is MPT which is male pipe thread. There is a difference in hose thread and pipe thread.
Can we buy p10 without the mesh?
A shopper on Jan 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The mesh is the filter. typically it can easily be reomoved. I doubt you can buy it without the mesh. You may be able to buy a more coarse mesh separately.
Can these remain under pressure? Meaning up stream from valves?
Casey R on Sep 8, 2015
what is the diameter of the filter cap?
A shopper on Jul 24, 2014