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The over flow strainers are a spigot or street fitting meaning they are the same outside diameter as a piece of pipe. To attach to a bulkhead it can be placed directly in the bulkhead, to attach to a piece of pipe you will need a slip x slip coupler. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
unfortunately we do not carry the 1.25" sized strainer currently. The 1" would be too small and simply fall into the elbow with out being secure. You can attempt to reduce the elbow with a bushing or other reducer to use 1" however.
If you don't have threads in your bulkhead then you would want a slip trainer. Also, keep in mind that the sizes listed are nominal plumbing sizes, so a 2" strainer is for a 2" bulkhead, intended for 2" pipe, etc, but not a literal measurement of 2". Just make sure to double check the nominal size of the actual plumbing and it will fit just fine.
Slip Bulkhead Strainers:
- ½” Slip Bulkhead Strainer
- ¾" Slip Bulkhead Strainer
- 1" Slip Bulkhead Strainer
- Thread Bulkhead Strainers:
- ¾” Thread Bulkhead Strainer
- ½” Thread Bulkhead Strainer
- 1” Thread Bulkhead Strainer
- 1½” Thread Bulkhead Strainer
- 2” Thread Bulkhead Strainer
Bulkhead Overflow Strainers By William on 11/23/2016William would recommend this product to a friendExactly as described Great service
just ok By Zack on 3/7/2016Zack would recommend this product to a friendthese are ok but be aware they do seem to inhibit flow more than anticipated.
Great product By troy on 7/10/2015troy would recommend this product to a friendFits perfectly and helps keep snails fish and such out
Description and Q/A Misleading By Russ K. on 7/1/2015Russ K. would recommend this product to a friendThe description only states "Slip" and a "Q/A" which specifically asks if a 3/4" strainer will fit over 3/4" pipe without an adapter was answered yes. However, the "slip" is actually spigot. Which means you can't connect it directly to pipe. The 3/4" strainer is the same size as 3/4" pipe, so it needs a coupler or other adapter. Disappointed in the misleading information.
Nice, wish iut was what I needed By fyngyrz on 6/9/2015fyngyrz would recommend this product to a friendWhat I actually needed -- and what I suspect others would need as well -- was a barb-to-strainer, not a slip-to-strainer. Slip to strainer just meant adapters, less easy to handle, etc. Annoying.
And they do make them. be nice if BRS carried them.
The part itself was perfectly fine, if that's what you need, for instance if you're going into a bulkhead slip fitting instead of 1/2" hose...
Still, mad credit to the guys for getting me going, wrong fitting or not. They know *exactly* what they are doing here. Great place to do this kind of business.
Good price By Jul on 4/16/2015Jul would recommend this product to a friendGood price and service from brs
Perfect By April on 3/11/2015April would recommend this product to a friendExactly as described and just what I needed.
Good Product By Russell on 3/4/2015Russell would recommend this product to a friendWith a little force, which i was never worried would damage the thick plastic, the 3/4" version fit into my 1" schedule 40 drain line.
Good quality, great price By Sean on 3/4/2015Sean would recommend this product to a friendI bought this as a strainer/snail guard for my overflow. I don't have an overflow box, instead I just used a sched 40 elbow with the 1" ABS bulkhead. It does restrict the flow quite a bit, but it was easy to cut out a couple of ribs to adjust the flow.
Quality Strainer By Nate on 1/13/2015Nate would recommend this product to a friendI bought this strainer to protect my pump. This strainer is made out of a heavy plastic and fit the threads on my bulkhead nicely.
Good price fast shipping By DE on 3/3/2014DE would recommend this product to a friendWould have liked a slip bulkhead for 1.5 inch though
Great Strainer By Steven on 3/2/2014Steven would recommend this product to a friendGreat strainer for the price, and look a lot better than the long ones you will find at a local LFS. I would recommend getting a threaded strainer do to the fact that you can take it off for cleaning. It will decrease your flow a bit so make sure to plan for that. Only thing bad about it is that the slip strainers seem to be a bit of a tight fit for the pipes. The slip also fits inside of the pipe that it mentions for, so a 3/4 fits inside a 3/4 pipe.