Question about Elements Of Design Traps & Strainers
While designing basket strainer, what shall be the optimum gap between the strainer body & basket?
Noticed in several case that this gap is maintained at 10-12 mm.
Is it a standard practise or vary with size?
Can you clarify that, i am not sure what part of a basket strainer dimension you are refering to. the dimensions of a basket strainer are related to the standards of the fixtures they are installed on. It has to be designed to work on different thickness of materials; thick materials such as cast iron or marble and thin materials like stainless steal and pressed steal. I have experiensed some strainers that do not meet this and are not deep enough to fit thick materials o r do not tighten enough to handle then materials.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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