Strainers remove pipeline debris to safeguard meters, instruments, valves

More Downstream Products

LoDP Strainers remove pipeline debris before fluid goes through meters, instruments and control valves.

The 2 to 24-in. inlet and outlet, ANSI 150 to 2500 designs have a lower pressure drop than conventional strainers.

LoDP's perforated plate provides basket stability while mesh in the target area helps reduce pressure drop. Mesh and perforated plate sizes are from 0.0015 40 microns to 0.5 in.

The strainers come standard in carbon steel material. Stainless, Monel or other materials are available as are blind and quick open closures.

LoDPs also filter-out particles and debris before oil and gas go to process.

More Topics

Get All the Oil, Gas, & Petrochem Equipment News Delivered to Your Inbox for free

Subscribe to recieve Oil & Gas Journal Magazine or sign up for a free email newsletter today at no cost and receive the latest information on:

Oil, Gas, & Petrochem Equipment News
  • Upstream Products
  • Downstream Products
  • HSSE
  • Maintenance
  • Instruments and Support

Editor's Choice: News of the Day
There is no current content available.

OG&PE Product/Service Innovations Highlighted in the Week of February 5th, 2018 Slideshow

Discover more about these five Oil & Gas Product/Service Innovations highlighting our weekly slideshow. Each is selected and showcased here based on their upstream, midstream, or downstream mission-critical applicability.   View Slideshow >>

English, Articles

Unmanned Flights Take to San Joaquin Valley Skies

In the San Joaquin Valley, Chevron launched unmanned aerial systems above its Coalinga Field to capture high-resolution and thermal imagery as part of a pilot project to incorporate the technology in its day-to-day field operations.