Available Sizes: 2", 3", 4", 5", 6", 8", 10", 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 24"
The Eaton Model 91 fabricated T strainer, typically used for pump protection or other low solids applications has several advantages over other strainer designs. Its compact design is perfect for applications with restricted space, either vertical or horizontal installations are possible, and when cleaning the strainer, draining the vessel is not necessary. It also can be adapted for straight through or right angle flow, making it ideal for retrofit situations.
The convoluted design of the strainer screen doubles the screen area and completely changes the dirt accumulation pattern on the screen, more effectively using the screen’s straining area and increasing the time between cleanings. The convoluted strainer screen and an unrestricted flow path results in a very low pressure drop compared to other strainer types. This makes the strainers ideal for applications such as condensate and boiler feed pump suction where the process water has low solids loading and the pressure drop is critical.
For applications with infrequent
basket changing, Eaton
offers a simple, cost-effective,
bolted cover type. It’s available
with a davit assembly cover for
larger strainers with heavy
covers, this makes it possible
for a one-person operation.
For applications with more
frequent changing, Eaton
offers a hinged, quick opening
cover secured by swing bolts.
This is adaptable for higher
pressure applications. For
medium size strainers, 14" to
16", a davit assembly bolted
cover is available. This permits
one operator to open the
• Quick open hinged or davit cover assembly bolted cover
• Alloy construction for body and baskets
• ASME Code Construction
• Steam jacket for highly viscous fluids
• Straight through or right angle configuration
• Flanged class 600 or butt weld piping connections
Optional Steam Jacketing
Available in carbon steel or
stainless steel rated for
service up to 450 °F (232 °C).
This is ideal for the high
temperatures required to
process and transport heavy,
viscous fluids without affecting
the function or normal maintenance of the strainer. Steam
jacketing maintains critical fluid
temperature throughout the