Model # 38741

Internet #202257132

Orbit 35 GPM 32 Mesh Irrigation Filter-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Orbit

35 GPM 32 Mesh Irrigation Filter-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

Featuring a 100% stainless-steel 32 mesh screen, the Orbit 35 GPM Mesh Irrigation Filter has a maximum working pressure of 200 psi. This filter can be used on a main sprinkler line before the water gets to the valves to filter debris from secondary water systems.

  • Use on a main sprinkler line to filter debris from secondary water systems
  • Installs without tools
  • Handles up to 200 psi of working pressure and 35 GPM
  • Heavy-duty, 100% stainless-steel 32 mesh screen
  • Clear canister for visual inspection of accumulated debris
  • Easy access for manual cleaning

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Customer Questions & Answers

What are the inlet and outlet diameters of the unit Orbit 35 GPM 32 Mesh Irrigation Filter Model # 38741 Internet # 202257132 Store SKU # 186543

Asked by: Anonymous
Can't say for sure. The flush filter I purchased & just reviewed was in a box labeled Action Machining Inc AFI 1.5-32 and had PVC slip fittings of 1.5"; it might be sold under the Orbit brand??? I used 1.5" slip x 1.25" pipe thread bushings, to make it removable without cutting PVC, and lent to good adaption to my 1.25" galvanized pipe already leading to my secondary filter. This way it added only 1/4" to the width of the filter from inlet to outflow and gave it a professional appearance--- too bad it was fraught w leakage problems as per my review).
Answered by: NotABrainSurgeon
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

35 GPM 32 Mesh Irrigation Filter-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy install and removes a lot of debris Lately I've been getting a lot of sand in my sprinkler well water. This filter works great, catches a lot of sand and silt and was relatively easy to install - hacksaw, PVC cleaner and glue and about 10 minutes. Hopefully this will solve my problem of sprinkler heads clogging up. Just use lots of teflon tape on the bottom drain. That's the only negative I cold think of. Took 3 tries to get it not to leak.
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid the 35gal/min Model until re-engineered This flushable filter in the 35 gal/min model (I think it had 1.5" PVC slip joint inlet & outflow) was made with an incompletely seated O-ring... compare models smaller and larger & you will see exactly what I mean... which allows it to kink inward toward the center of its housing if overtightened, and will leak out of the O-ring containing collar if undertightened. The Problem: At any water pressure over approx 10 PSI, you can not find a mid point which will provide no leakage! That is, not tight enough and you find it sprays water from around the collar, and try to tighten it only a few millimeters of a turn, and the O ring collapses into the filter housing, causing an even larger torrent of water to flood out! Apparently QA was asleep or absent on this production line, but awoke from their nap on all of the same type filters in the other sizes, as you will find a retaining groove that keeps the O-ring from inward collapse. Perhaps they will get it together in the future, but don't waste your time or money on this size, until then! All models have another weak point in the 1/2" male fitting at the bottom of the filter housing (where you flush); as a solid molded plastic piece from the filter collar to the flush fitting, is not sufficient to withstand the torque of a 1/4 turn stop valve, which is the handiest way to flush it. I recommend attaching a pliable hose (rubber, soft plastic or some flexible tubing) followed by your 1/4 turn shutoff valve... as much as I hate to add more potential joints to leak, I believe this will save you the cost of a cracked housing.
Date published: 2014-02-26
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