Sanitary Components: High-Capacity Angle-Line

High-Capacity Angle-Line Strainer

Angle-Line Straining for Higher-Volume Processes

High-Capacity Angle-Line Strainers have a 6″ body size and are ideal for higher-volume processes, while maintaining all of the advantages provided with Angle-Line Strainers.

The Key to Capturing Process Debris? Selecting the Right Strainer Elements.
In addition to the strainer body, selecting the proper strainer elements is critical to capturing particulates in your process stream.
Sani-Matic offers a wide range of perforated and wedgewire elements, as well as mesh overlays to meet your process straining needs.

Configurations to Meet Your Process
Sani-Matic also offers several Angle-Line Strainer configurations within its Model Key:

  • Sight glass for visual access to product
  • Sample/drain ports for liquid draining prior to removing elements for cleaning

Note: The sight glass and sample/port options do not meet 3-A Standards.

Benefits

High-Capacity

Strains particulate from higher volume processes

Sanitary

Standard High-Capacity Angle-Line Strainer is 3-A Certified when using a perforated element

Flexible

Allows for both standard (end-inlet) and reverse (side-inlet) flow

Convenient

Operators can clean the element without removing the strainer body from the process line

Good to Know
  • Strainer & Element Material: 316L stainless steel
  • Sanitary ID Finish: 32 μin Ra
  • Full Assembly Maximum Pressure Rating: 120 psi
  • Maximum Temperature Rating: 250 °F
  • Wedgewire elements have some interior surfaces greater than 32 μin Ra due to the construction process.
  • Hot water jacket is available in 4" strainer bodies only.
  • When shipped, strainer assemblies with a Teflon Encapsulated O-ring are not lubricated. Strainer assemblies with other O-ring materials will be lubricated with an FDA-compliant silicone grease.
  • Sample / Drain Ports are 0.5" Tri-Clamp. They drain a majority of the liquid, but are not 100% drainable. NOTE: A cap or sample valve is not included in the assembly.
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