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3/4" "Y" Filter with Flush Valve , 155 mesh polyester screen, green

3/4 in.   in. Y in.  Filter with Flush Valve , 155 mesh polyester screen, green 155 mesh polyester screen, green
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The Drip Stores’ 3/4" male pipe thread inlet and outlet filters with flush valve from DIG Corp are available with plastic or stainless steel screens.

Part #: F067
$11.41 ea.
  ( 1 rating/review )

The filter screens are readily accessible for easy removal and cleaning. This line of filters includes a manual flush valve for easy flushing or removal of particles trapped in the bottom of the filter.

Screen filters are the most common filters used in the irrigation industry and in most cases the least expensive. They are generally used as a backup for any type of drip irrigation installation and are mainly installed where the quality of water is good. Screen filters are excellent for removing hard particulates from water, such as sand and other small elements often found in city water. The screen filters are not suitable for removing organic materials such as algae, mold and slime. These non-solid materials tend to embed themselves into the screen material where they are very difficult to remove. In other cases they simply slide through the holes in the screen by temporarily deforming their shape. Screen filters are cleaned by removing and hand cleaning the screen.

By: brumbelow, 03/17/13

Purchased one of these on 2-10-13 and received it a week later. Put it in the system, the filter part works fine but, used the drain valve on bottom 7 times (because of cold weather) and the valve busted when closing. Not impressed with the drain valve portion of this system must have been made in china. Would think twice about purchasing this item.

The Drip Store ~ response by: Cameron, 03/28/13

At The Drip Store, we stand behind our products 100% and offer hassle-free replacement of any defective items.  It should also be noted that frozen water can damage head unit components and proper winterization includes storing the head unit indoors (timer, filter, pressure regulator).  We would encourage this customer to contact our representatives for a fast resolution to this issue.

  • Filter configuration: 3/4" FHT x MHT , 3/4" or 1" NPT male inlet and outlet
  • Filter cylinder length: 6"
  • Filter dimensions for 3/4" and 1": 4.7/8" H x 7" W
  • Filter surface area: 28.5 square inches
  • Materials: Filter housing: Polypropylene , O-ring: EPDM , Screen: Stainless or polyester
  • Maximum flow rate: 3/4": 11 GPM
  • Maximum working temperature: 130 degree F
  • Operating pressure: up to 120 PSI
  • Recommended flow rate: up to 11 GPM
  • Size: 3/4"
  • Available sizes: 3/4" and 1"
  • Available with flushing plastic ball valve
  • Available with or without manual shut off valves
  • Color-coded replacement screens
  • Easy maintenance: the screen can be extracted from the filter for easy cleaning
  • Large filtration area allows longer intervals between flushing
  • Molded plastic construction with polyester or stainless steel screen
  • Non corrosive materials
  • Screens have excellent resistance to most common chemicals
  • Wide range of polyester and stainless steel screens in 40 to 200 mesh

Installation for 3/4" "Y" Screen Filter with Flush Valve

Starting the irrigation system from a faucet:

The filter is used to protect the drip system and is installed before the pressure regulator.

  1. Connect a 3/4"” FHT x MHT filter to a backflow device if used or directly to a controller male outlet or faucet if the backflow device is not used.

Starting the irrigation system from a PVC pipe:

  1. Connect a 3/4" MNPT filter directly to the outlet of an AC valve or battery operated controller.
  2. Connect a 3/4" 25 PSI FNPT x MNPT pressure regulator (model A044) to the filter.
  3. Connect a 3/4" FNPT swivel adapter to the 3/4" 25 PSI pressure regulator.
  4. To start the drip system, connect the poly drip tubing to the adapter by wiggling and forcing the drip tubing into the compression side of the adapter.
  • Lay out the drip tubing to the garden area. The 1/2" drip tubing is used as the main line for drip systems into which drip emitters, micro sprinklers or 1/4" micro tubing are inserted
  • Make sure that the water flow direction matches for each component, if any is in line with the water flow.
  • Use Teflon Tape only with the filter and make sure to remove all Teflon tape excess..
  • Pressurize the system and make sure that water is not leaking from the unit or any part along the line. Test the assembly manually and then automatically via the controller, and then program the controller.




Flow rates in GPM for 3/4" and 1" versus head loss in PSI

Flow rates 3/4"








Head loss








Flow rates 1"