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CAST IRON FILTER

Posted By: mstnland

Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2022

Price: $1.00

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CAST IRON FILTER
Cast iron filter is an indispensable device on the pipeline of conveying medium. It is usually installed at the inlet end of pressure reducing valve, pressure relief valve, positioning valve or other equipment to eliminate impurities in the medium and protect the normal operation of valves and equipment and reduce equipment maintenance costs. Cast iron filters are widely used in metallurgy, chemical industry, petroleum, papermaking, medicine, food, mining, electric power, urban, household and other gas fields.


Types of Cast Iron Filter for Sale
The followings are different kinds of cast iron filters provided by Mstnland, a professional valve supplier in China.


Y-type Internal Thread Cast Iron Pipeline Filter
Y-type Flanged Cast Iron Pipe Filter Pattern


The Installation and Maintenance of Cast Iron Filter


Cast iron filters should normally be installed before the regulator and must be installed according to the direction of gas flow marked on it;


The cast iron filter is composed of washable synthetic material. When installing the filter, pay attention to the cover that can be easily opened for cleaning and inspection;


Cast iron filters can be installed on horizontal and vertical pipes, do not install the filter on an unstable foundation;


Before overhauling, please make sure that there is no gas in the cast iron filter, then remove the filter, wash it with soapy water, dry it naturally, and then reinstall it.


After installation, a tightness test must be done.


When ventilating, the instantaneous air volume should not be too large.


The cast iron filter element can be cleaned with a small amount of detergent and water.


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Re: Planning my move to Singapore

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16K for a family isn’t big unless you wanna live a simple life, Cook at home 3-4 days , shops for grocery at fair price and limit fine dining to 5 days a month .. but depends really how much u wanna save
A single person like me in the bracket of 180-190K isn’t able to save so much but it’s because I travel a lot too and discretionary expenses like shopping and fine dining are a big part of my expenses apart from my rent and income tax, also you will be spending a lot if you have a job where you need to travel a lot believe me u less you can bill it all to your company like most of the westerners do
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