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STRAINERS

Straight Through

The function of a Strainer is to remove debris from a refrigerant or

oil line in order to protect the compressor and other components

from damage.

Applications

Henry Technologies offers Straight Through Strainers in ODS and SAE Flare

connections for use on air conditioning and refrigeration systems. The

Strainers can be used in refrigerant and oil lines to remove large debris. If

greater protection is desired, Henry Technologies also offers Filters and

Filter-Driers.

Henry Technologies' Strainers are suitable for use with HFC and HCFC

refrigerants and their associated oils, as well as other industrial fluids non-

corrosive to steel and copper.

Main Features

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5/8 ODS connections

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1/4 SAE Flare connections

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Compact design

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Particle retention down to 150 microns

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100 Mesh stainless steel screen

Materials of Construction

The shell and caps are made of steel. The ODS or SAE Flare connections

are made of plated steel, and the 100 mesh strainer cartridge is made of

stainless steel.

Technical Specifications

Maximum working pressure = 500 PSI (34.4 Bar)

Allowable operating temperature= -20°F to +300°F (-29°C to +149°C)

Henry Technologies' Straight Through Strainers are UL and C-UL Listed by

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.

Part No

Fig

No

Conn Size

(inch)

Dimensions (inch)

2

Screen Area (in )

Weight (lbs)

ØA

B

C

891S-1/4

1

1/4 SAE

2.00

4.72

N/A

11.0

0.48

891S-5/8S

2

5/8 ODS

2.00

4.56

0.50

11.0

0.72

Installation - Notes

1. The Strainers must be installed in accordance with the flow direction

arrow.

2. Care should be taken to avoid excess heat while brazing the ODS

series Strainers.

3. Units should be replaced after a 15 PSI (1 Bar) pressure drop has been

detected. It is recommended to install valves on either side of the

strainer to ease replacement.

Ø

A

B

Ø

A

B

C

1

2

1

2

FIG 1

FIG 2

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Inlet

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Outlet

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