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Vetus Inc Cooling Water Strainer FILTER150, Bait tank, image 1
Used, in excellent Condition.
Brand:Vetus Inc Manufacturer Part Number:FILTER150

Vetus Inc Cooling Water Strainer FILTER150
Used, in excellent Condition.
Cooling Water Strainer
This cooling strainer is only for installations using 1 1/8" I.D. hose
Filtering capacity 69 gallons per minute
Recommended input 30 gallons per minute

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