Strainers fulfill the major purpose of filtration whether it is at home or in a laboratory. Different types of occasions demand different types and sizes of strainers. They are mostly made of steel which does not easily corrode. In the kitchen, a strainer helps separate debris and scraps and thus helps in keeping the sink unclogged. However, the laboratory requirements are much more specific as you deal with particle sizes which are much smaller than the usual ones.

Side Inlet Sanitary Strainers

Side inlet sanitary strainers keep the unwanted particles off the main container. Since these are quite sophisticated, an expert should be consulted for their installation. Since strainers frequently require cleaning because of the filtering process they perform, they should be easy to disassemble and install. Their durability is an important factor and their performance should also be uniform.

A side inlet strainer allows the user the added benefit of cleaning the strainer without having to completely remove or disassemble it. Thus, maintenance and replacement processes can be completed without any external help or waste much time. The strainers come in various sizes and their effective filtering area is generally smaller than their overall surface area. Their size is broadly classified as small, medium and large. However, there are specific dimensions for them if needed.