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This pail strainer is perfect for straining unwanted particles from water, thin solvents or any products the need to be particle free. The strainer is rated at 200 microns with multi-element fine mesh. The strainer is easy to use and simply lays on the top of an open head pail in order for you to pour your product through the strainer. The strainer rim is made of heavy-duty HDPE (high-density polyethylene) with 28 mil thickness.
Designed for 5 gallon pails and 5 Gal Buckets, EZ-Strainer™ strains unwanted particles from paints, coatings, silicones, inks or any product that needs to be particle free. Simply lay the strainer on top of an open-head drum or pail and pour your product through the strainer. Unwanted particles stay in the strainer while particle free product is deposited into your container. Strainer rim is made of heavy-duty HDPE (high-density polyethylene). Nylon mesh strainer screen is available in fine (water & thin solvents), medium (inks) or coarse (paints).Features:
Case Qty: 48
Description: 200 micron (fine)
Fits Container: 5 gallon Bucket or 5 Gal Pail
Strainer Depth: 4"
- Case Qty:48
- Description: 200 micron (Fine)
- Fits Container: 5-gallon plastic or steel pail
- Strainer Depth: 4"
- Diameter: 11 3/4"
- Height: 4"
- Thickness: 28 mil
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Q & A's
Questions & Answers about 5 Gallon 200 Micron EZ-Strainer Insert For Pails & Buckets
- Question: What Does Micron Size Mean? By George B.
- Answer: 200 Micro Is Fine Mesh, 400 Micros Is Medium Mesh, and 600 Micro is Coarse Mesh
- Question: Is this reusable?
- Answer: Yes. The rim is high-density plastic and the screen is nylon. Provided the strainer is cleaned after its previous use, it can be reused.
- Question: Will this work for hydraulic fluid? By mark D.
- Answer: I would imagine it will. I use mine to strain honey from the comb. I have loaded it up pretty full and it has stood up well. If hydraulic fluid thins when its warm then I would recommend trying it warm but now so hot it melts the strainer. Good luck.
- Question: Is it good to strain sap for making maple syrup> By Ben J.
- Answer: I think it would work great. If you're straining the sap after boiling it, this can handle temps up to 240 F. If it helps, many beekeepers use EZ Strainers to filter honey. I would assume this would be a similar application.