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DD-YS75-200

Y Filter 3/4" Male Pipe Threads 200 Mesh Stainless Steel Screen

Pipe thread Y filter protects drip emitters from rust, sand and other impurities. 200 mesh stainless steel screen is easily removed for cleaning.
Irrigation DirectY Filter 3/4" Male Pipe Threads 200 Mesh Stainless

Y Filter 3/4" Male Pipe Threads 200 Mesh Stainless Steel Screen

$9.00

Item #: DD-YS75-200

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Description
Pipe thread Y filter protects drip emitters from rust, sand and other impurities. 200 mesh stainless steel screen is easily removed for cleaning.
  • Inlet and outlet are 3/4" Male Pipe Thread (MPT).
  • Stainless steel 200 mesh screen
  • Heavy duty plastic with maximum UV & oxidizer protection
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 16 Gallons Per Minute (GPM)
  • Maximum Pressure: 120 Pounds Per Square Inch (PSI)
  • Not recommended to be installed under static (constant) pressure
  • Should be installed after a manual or electric valve
  • Should be installed before pressure regulator
  • This will not work on hose threaded items
  • Replacement screens available:
  • 150 mesh screen
  • 200 mesh screen (filters smaller particles)
  • O-Ring Kit available
Product Overview

This Y filter is installed between the irrigation valve and drip regulator and protects drip emitters from rust, sand and other impurities that may clog them. The 200 mesh stainless steel screen is easily removed for cleaning by unscrewing the threaded cap. Drip emitters are less likely to clog if you install proper filtration.

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Item #DD-YS75-200
MSRP$9.00
Usage/Instructions

Y Filter

 

 


200 Mesh Screen

 

 

 


Filter Cap

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Tips & Tricks

Use Teflon tape on pipe threads
For a water-tight seal

Always use Teflon tape with pipe-threaded fittings. Wrap Teflon tape clockwise 4 - 5 times around pipe threads. Hose-thread fittings use a hose washer to make a water-tight seal.

Check hose washers on hose-thread fittings
To ensure water-tight seal

Over time, hose washers can compress or deteriorate, causing fittings to leak. Check garden hoses and fittings for a flexible hose washer. Replace brittle or worn washers. Insert a hose filter washer for a little added filtration in your hose or drip poly tubing. If the fitting still leaks, try adding a second washer. For pipe threads, use Teflon tape.

FAQ

Is a filter required?

While a filter is not required, it is highly recommended. Even the cleanest water has small particles in it that can clog drip emitters. Micro sprays are especially susceptible to clogging as the orifices in micro spray components are especially small. Debris can enter a municipal water supply if a mainline breaks or when there is new construction in the area. Well or lake water should always be filtered. Without a filter, you may need to manually take apart

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