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Brass Inlet Strainer – Works Magic!

If you’re running a pneumatic control valve — a TeraValve, a Thompson Valve, an Auto-Air Valve, or Combo-Valve, you may have discovered that abrasive and/or dust can backtrail through the control lines and end up blocking your valve.

Although it may seem minor, over time this will save you time and money repairing and cleaning your valves.

In this week’s Primed Insight, Gavin highlights a simple strainer that can eliminate this problem, saving your frustration and money.

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