|Name||3/4 in. Pipe Thread Screen Filter||3/4 in. Hose Thread Screen Filter||30 psi Pressure-Regulating Filter|
|Inlet Thread Type||MNPT||FHT||MNPT|
|Outlet Thread Type||MNPT||MHT||MNPT|
|Gallons per Hour||Adjustable||Adjustable||Adjustable|
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The D55 filter would require ¾” female pipe threaded fittings (FPT) for the inlet and outlet, also you will 3 to 4 wraps of tread seal tape (aka. Teflon tape) to ensure a leak free seal. If you have any further questions please contact our technical service/product support team at 1-800-344-1172.
Yes the D55 pipe treaded Y filter has an O-ring in-between the body and the filter canister that houses the filter element. The O-ring must be pinched or out of place if you are experiencing a slow leak. I would recommend reseating the O-ring into its grove and if the filter has been in operation for a few years applying a thin coat of O-ring lubricant or silicone grease will help it seal. If you have any further questions please give our technical service/product support a call at 1-800-344-1172.
Home depot: Model # 17-404 Store SO SKU #531677 3/4 in. Replacement 155 Mesh Polyester Screen for 3/4 in. and 1 in. Screen Filter
On the side of the unit you should see an arrow. The arrow indicates the direction of flow. Looking at the picture. The inlet would be on the right side and the outlet should be the lower left.
Yes you can use our D55 filter as a fertilizer applicator. We recommend only granular water soluble fertilizer be used with this filter. If you have any further questions please give our technical service/ product support line a call 1-800-344-1172.
The Maximum inlet pressure for the D55 is 120 psi, and must be installed down stream from your irrigation valve or faucet. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact our Technical service/Product support team 1-800-344-1172.
the sections unscrew and the filter can be removed and easily washed with a brush.
This is the DIG D55 155 Mesh Plastic Screen Filter.
It depends on how much sediment (dirt) is in your water. Maybe you do and maybe you don't. If your solenoid valve works ok and doesn't malfunction (dirt usually causes them to not turn off) then your fine.