Model A Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer

Model A Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer

S.P. Kinney is most noted for our heavy-duty Model A and Model AP Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainers . The Model A is designed for operation where the pressure 20 psi and up. Both models employ the use of a rotating cylindrical drum with a number of threaded holes containing one of many types of straining media. The drum is supported on a rotating shaft fitted with bearings and is contained in a body having a vertical backwash slot opening adjacent to the drum surface.
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Model A Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer

Model AP Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer (Low Pressure)

Model AP Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer (Low Pressure)

S. P. Kinney is most noted for our heavy-duty Model A and Model AP Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainers . The Model AP is designed for operation where the pressure is less than 20 psi. Both models employ the use of a rotating cylindrical drum with a number of threaded holes containing one of many types of straining media. The drum is supported on a rotating shaft fitted with bearings and is contained in a body having a vertical backwash slot opening adjacent to the drum surface.
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Model AP Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer (Low Pressure)

Model AFW-1 Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer

Model AFW-1 Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer

The Model AFW-1 is S.P. Kinney’s light-duty Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer. The Model AFW-1 is designed for operation where the pressure 20 psi and up. The strainer employs the use of a stationary wedge wire drum and a rotating cleaning shoe.
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Model AFW-1 Automatic Self-Cleaning Strainer

Custom Strainers

Custom Strainers

S.P. Kinney can custom design filtration packages for any application.
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Custom Strainers

Model AM

Model AM

The Model AM is S.P. Kinney’s light-duty Manual Strainer that is similar in design to the Model A. The Model AM is designed for operation where the pressure 20 psi and up. The strainer employs the use of a manually rotated cylindrical drum with a number of threaded holes containing one of many types of straining media. The drum positioned against a vertical backwash slot.
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Model AM