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- ItemT-Line Strainer
- Port (In.)1/2
- Max. Fluid Temp. (F)70
- Length (In.)3
- Height (In.)4-3/16
- Screen316 Stainless Steel
- Screen Area (Sq.-In.)6.75
- Material of ConstructionPolypropylene
- Max. Flow GPM20
- Max. Pressure (PSI)100 at 70 Degrees F
- Bowl ColorClear
- Pipe Size (In.)1/2
- Package Quantity1
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I would not reccomend a plastic basket strainer for a boiler, you shoud use a metal one that will withstand the temperature. A 6NPW9 is 1/2" bronze with a SS Screen, this is more suitable for your application.
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