A DN100 Strainer is a specialized device designed for fluid management within a piping system, specifically engineered to intercept and retain solid particles and debris as the fluid flows through it. Characterized by its nominal diameter of 100 millimeters (or 4 inches), this strainer ensures that only clean, particle-free fluid continues downstream. It operates by directing the fluid through a finely perforated straining element, which has a series of minuscule holes. The size of these holes determines the maximum particle size that can pass through, effectively filtering out larger solid contaminants.

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