Kochek Dry Hydrant, Shallow Water Strainer,

Kochek Dry Hydrant, Shallow Water Strainer, "Teardrop" Style, 6

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Kochek Dry Hydrant, Shallow Water Strainer, "Teardrop" Style, 6

$327.59
Product Code:
TDS6

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For “trout streams” or other shallow stream installations where water level can fluctuate.

  • Flat, rigid aluminum teardrop-style strainer
  • Maintains a low profile at the bottom of the deepest part of the stream
  • Minimizes chance of sucking up fish eggs, fry, or other small aquatic fauna
  • Slip-fit connector for glue-on attachment to 6” PVC pipe
Flat, rigid aluminum teardrop-style strainer can be placed to maintain a low profile at the bottom of the deepest part of the stream. Disruption of flow is minimal. Water is collected through a screen around the edges of the unit. The fine strainer is also designed to minimize chances of sucking up fish eggs, fry, or other small aquatic fauna. Slip-fit connector for glue-on attachment to 6” PVC pipe.

At the forefront of technology, Kochek strainers are uniquely designed for superior performance on the job. This unique shallow water strainer is a real marvel. Try one today, you'll wonder how you managed without it.


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  • Q:

    What kind of GPM flow can you expect from this strainer?
    Asked on 6/16/2013 by Jim from Prospect Harbor, ME

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      this is the response we received back from Kochek;

      All of our dry hydrant strainers are designed to be able to flow at least 1000 GPM in a properly designed system (per NFPA recommendations) under ideal conditions. We recommend that this strainer be installed with at least 6-8” of water above the top plate.
      The actual achievable flow rate is more dependent on the design of the complete system than on the strainer itself. Considerations such as lift height, total length of the system, etc. will all affect the flow capacity.

      Answered on 6/18/2013 by Butch
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