The Lee Company offers a wide variety of Safety Screens designed to protect critical fluid control components from rogue contamination. These screens are not intended to serve as system filters. Two general types are available, differing in their method of construction and pressure capability: Et...
The Lee Company offers a wide variety of Safety Screens designed to protect critical fluid control components from rogue contamination. These screens are not intended to serve as system filters. Two general types are available, differing in their method of construction and pressure capability: Etched Screens and Machined and Drilled Screens.
Etched Screens are photochemically etched from stainless steel bar stock that is formed and brazed to a base washer or insert locking end.
Drilled Hi-Bar Screens are machined from solid bar stock and feature an extremely robust, one-piece design that will not burst or collapse up to 7,500 psid, even when fully clogged.
Technical Hydraulic Handbook: 11th Edition
The Lee Company's 11th Edition Technical Hydraulic Handbook features Lee’s extensive line of precision microhydraulic products such as Lee Plugs, solenoid valves, single and multi-orifice restrictors, nozzles, safety screens, check valves, relief valves, flow controls and shuttle valves. Also included are sections on installation and engineering reference material.
Electro-Fluidic Systems Handbook: 9th Edition
The Lee Company is proud to announce that its 9th Edition of the Electro-Fluidic Systems Handbook is now available. This new edition of the handbook contains information on new products that can help solve your complex fluid control problems and enhance the performance of your current system. It contains detailed information on each of The Lee Company’s products used for automated liquid handling in medical and scientific instrumentation, analytical/clinical chemistry, and in-vitro diagnostic applications. The handbook includes product specifications, configuration drawings, design considerations, as well as helpful engineering reference material.
For more information send an inquiry directly to The Lee Company
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P.O. Box 424