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Monday, May 28th 2007, 5:55am

by Wet_Boots

I employ 100 mesh stainless steel screens for pumped water, and can simply rub the screen clean with the palm of my hand. (the flow is from the outside of the screen inward, so it's easy to clean this way)

Monday, May 28th 2007, 4:32am

by tviles

Filter Screen

I pump from a creek into sprinkler system. I course screen at intake. I 100 mesh screen it before valves. Simple question. I use a toothbrush and clean water to clean screen. Anything work better?
Tracy Spring Hill KS