February 9, 2006
Dixon-Bradford's short-style, in-line filter/strainers for food, dairy and beverage plants are suitable for straining or filtering microscopic to large particulate matter when used with the different strainer and filter media available. The devices are stocked with clamp ends, but can be adapted to bevel seat, butt-weld, I-line, John Perry or Q-line type ends. The design features an internal dual taper. The first taper aligns the medium and the second drains. An optional squeeze clamp makes it easier to assemble and disassemble, says the company.