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Datasheet Strainer Type 305 Advantages - Easy and quick installation - All parts are manufactured of

Datasheet Strainer Type 305

Datasheet Strainer Type 305 Advantages - Easy and quick installation - All parts are manufactured of

Advantages

  • - Easy and quick installation

  • - All parts are manufactured of highly resistant thermoplastics

    • - Radial removal (only PP-H)

    • - Easy dismantling to clean the screen

    • - Intergrated screw connections

    • - Valve guarantees a high degree of process reliability

    • - Life extension due to the used components

Dimensions

d20DN15 - d63DN50, 1/2" - 2" PVC-U d20DN15d90DN80, 1/2" - 3"

Materials Valve body

 

Sealing Material

PVC-U, PVC-C, ABS, PP-H, PVC-U transparent

EPDM, FPM

Connection Types

hole diameter PVC-U cylindrical screen

Solvent cement socket

  • 0.5 mm, 08 mm, 1.4 mm, 2.2 mm

Solvent cement spigots

Fusion sockets

Nominal pressure PN in bar

hole diameter stainless steel cylindrical screen

PN 10

  • 0.5 mm

 

kv 100-Values

PVC-U/PP Screen hole diameter 0.5 to 2.2 mm

   

DN

Inch

Zoll

D

  • mm l/min (Δp = 1 bar)

kv 100

  • mm US gal./min (Δp = 1 psi)

Cv 100

 

(Δp = 1 bar)

kv 100 m³/h

15

½

 
  • 20 35

2.5

 

2.1

20

¾

 
  • 25 65

4.6

 

3.9

25

1

 
  • 32 90

6.3

 

5.4

32

 
  • 40 155

10.9

 

9.3

40

 
  • 50 225

15.8

 

13.5

50

2

 
  • 63 370

25.9

 

22.2

65

 
  • 75 575

40.3

 

34.5

80

3

 
  • 90 955

66.9

 

57.5

 

Stainless steel screen mesh size 0.5 mm

 

DN

Zoll

D

kv 100

Cv 100

kv 100

Inch

  • mm l/min (Δp = 1 bar)

  • mm US gal./min (Δp = 1 psi)

m³/h (Δp = 1 bar)

15

½

 
  • 20 35

2.5

2.1

20

¾

 
  • 25 60

4.2

3.6

25

1

 
  • 32 85

6.0

5.1

32

 
  • 40 130

9.1

7.8

40

 
  • 50 200

14.0

12.0

50

2

 
  • 63 330

23.1

19.8

65

 
  • 75 460

32.2

27.6

80

3

 
  • 90 665

46.6

40.0

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Design

Design P / T-Diagrams PVC-U -30 50 102 62 40 82 30 -18 10 60 0

P / T-Diagrams

PVC-U

-30 50 102 62 40 82 30 -18 10 60 0 -40 20 -38 22 42
-30
50
102
62
40
82
30
-18
10
60
0
-40
20
-38
22
42
22
42
-10
-20
62
10
0
20
-10
T (°F)
P Permissible pressure in bar / psi; T Temperature in °C / °F
P (bar)
P (bar)
16
15
14
13
100
0
P0737443
P (psi)
P (psi)
P0737440
80
60
40
20
220
200
180
160
140
120
12
220
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
2
142
122
30
PVC-U
Type 305
182
80
162
70
-58
-50
142
60
122
50
102
40
82
Type 305
-18
-30
-38
-40
2
-20
182
80
-58
-50
162
70
T (°F)
T (°C)
90
3
11
10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
90
2
1
0
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ABS
ABS

T (°C)

P Permissible pressure in bar / psi; T Temperature in °C / °F

  • 1. Body

5.

Body seal

  • 2. Support ring

6.

Circlip

  • 3. Screen cage

7-11. Screen

  • 4. Valve nut

8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 P (bar) 7 6 5 4 3
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
P (bar)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
PVC-C
200
220
140
100
120
180
160
40
20
60
80
P0737442
P (psi)
60
T (°F)
20
62
-50
-58
-30
-18
-40
-38
-20
2
0
42
Type 305
PVC-C
T (°C)
-10
80
50
10
40
30
90
70
162
182
102
82
142
122
22

P Permissible pressure in bar / psi; T Temperature in °C / °F

PP

T (°F)

50 0 7 1 0 10 70 30 90 5 80 60 20 40 -50 -30
50
0
7
1
0
10
70
30
90
5
80
60
20
40
-50
-30
-10
14
P (psi)
P (bar)
4
P0737441
15
13
16
10
-40
12
11
6
8
9
3
2
PP
160
180
100
200
220
40
-58
-28
140
122
152
182
272
242
212
Type 305
2
-20
110
150
130
120
140
100
0
302
92
32
62
80
60
20
120

T (°C)

P Permissible pressure in bar / psi; T Temperature in °C / °F

The pressure temperature diagrams are based on a lifetime of 25 years and the medium water or similar media.

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Pressure Loss Diagram

PVC-U/PP cylindrical screen with hole diameter of 0.5 to 2.2 mm

Pressure Loss Diagram PVC-U/PP cylindrical screen with hole diameter of 0.5 to 2.2 mm Media Water;

Media Water; X Flow rate (l/min, US-gal/min) Y Pressure loss Δp (bar, psi)

Stainless steel cylindrical screens with mesh size of ca. 0.5 mm

Pressure Loss Diagram PVC-U/PP cylindrical screen with hole diameter of 0.5 to 2.2 mm Media Water;

Media Water, 20 °C; X Flow rate (l/min, US-gal/min) Y Pressure loss Δp (bar, psi)

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Dimensions
Dimensions
Dimensions PVC-U with solvent cement spigots metric d DN Zoll D L L1 L2 H closest
Dimensions PVC-U with solvent cement spigots metric d DN Zoll D L L1 L2 H closest
Dimensions PVC-U with solvent cement spigots metric d DN Zoll D L L1 L2 H closest

PVC-U with solvent cement spigots metric

 

d

DN

Zoll

D

L

L1

L2

H

closest

mm

mm

inch

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

inch

20

 
  • 15 ½”

43

124

130

28

65

 

1/2

25

 
  • 20 ¾”

47

144

150

37

76

 

3/4

32

 
  • 25 1”

56

154

160

37

90

 

1

40

 
  • 32 174

¼”

1

64

 

180

44

104

1

1/4

50

 
  • 40 1 1/2”

82

194

200

48

124

1

1/2

63

 
  • 50 2”

95

224

230

60

148

 

2

75

 
  • 65 284

½”

2

106

 

290

74

188

2

1/2

90

 
  • 80 120

3”

 

300

310

85

205

 

3

 

PVC-C with solvent cement spigots metric

 

d

DN

Zoll

 

L

  • D L2

L1

 

H

closest

mm

mm

inch

 

mm

 

mm

 

mm

mm

mm

inch

20

 
  • 15 ½”

 
  • 48 124

 

130

28

65

 

1/2

25

 
  • 20 ¾”

 
  • 54 144

 

150

37

76

 

3/4

32

 
  • 25 1”

 
  • 62 154

 

160

37

90

 

1

40

 
  • 32 1 ¼”

 
  • 71 174

 

180

44

104

1

1/4

50

 
  • 40 1 1/2”

 
  • 88 194

 

200

48

124

1

1/2

63

 
  • 50 2”

 

103

 

224

 

230

60

148

 

2

 

ABS with solvent cement spigots metric

 

d

DN

Zoll

 

L

  • D L2

L1

 

H

closest

mm

mm

inch

 

mm

 

mm

 

mm

mm

mm

inch

20

15

½”

 
  • 48 124

 

130

28

65

 

1/2

25

20

¾”

 
  • 54 144

 

150

37

76

 

3/4

32

25

1”

 
  • 62 154

 

160

37

90

 

1

40

32

¼”

1

 
  • 71 174

 

180

44

104

1

1/4

50

40

  • 1 1/2”

 
  • 88 194

 

200

48

124

1

1/2

63

50

2”

 

103

 

224

 

230

60

148

 

2

 

PP with fusion sockets metric

 

d

DN

Zoll

 

L

  • D H

L2

 

z

closest

mm

mm

inch

 

mm

 

mm

 

mm

mm

mm

inch

 
  • 20 ½”

15

     
  • 52 75

130

 

140

  • 168 1/2

 
  • 25 ¾”

20

     
  • 62 80

150

 

160

  • 192 3/4

 
  • 32 1”

25

     
  • 206 170

  • 68 90

160

     

1

 
  • 40 32

¼”

1

   
  • 230 190

  • 85 110

180

   

1

1/4

 
  • 50 1/2”

40

 
  • 1 200

 
  • 256 210

  • 85 125

   

1

1/2

 
  • 63 2”

50

   

102

 
  • 294 240

230

150

   

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Planning Fundamentals

The following link will lead you to the Georg Fischer Planning Fundamentals. These detailed documents will support you by choosing the right valve for your application.

http://www.gfps.com/content/gfps/com/en/support_and_services/planning_assistance/planning_fundamentals.html?lang=en

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