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Marine Strainer Systems


Marine Strainers are used on cruise ships to protect stern tube shaft seals, on F.P.S.O (production vessels) to protect plate & frame heat exchangers and on military naval vessels to protect critical equipment such as sonar, radar, close-in weapons systems, and other critical equipment. Hellan Fluid Systems' marine strainer systems have become the “strainer of choice” in the marine industry in proven reliability, excellent quality, and designed to reduce operational and maintenance costs. Find out how Hellan can reduce your life cycle cost. Contact us today to learn more about our marine strainer systems. 

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Marine strainers protect process equipment and systems on offshore rigs and FPSO (Floating Production Storage and offload) vessels. They are also used in fire-water deluge systems on offshore rigs and vessels throughout the world. Their self-cleaning systems provide reliability that can be counted on in harsh seawater environments.


Hellan Strainers are used on F.P.S.O, Production Vessels, and U.S. Navy ships for seawater cooling of sonar, radar, close-in weapons systems, and more. Other marine applications include Lube Oil Systems, Firemain Systems, and Fuel Filtration Systems. Hellan Strainers have earned the trust of the whole United States Navy. Proven reliability, efficiency, and ease of maintenance as well as the commitment of the entire Hellan Strainer team have earned this trust and confidence.

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Hellan Strainers are used in all industries that require the collection and removal of particulate from fluid systems.  Listed below, are just a few of the ways Hellan provides industrial solutions to the global market.

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Our Quality

Hellan Fluid Systems' self-cleaning fluid strainers are ISO9001 certified, meet all Navy Mil-Spec requirements, are approved by the American Bureau of Shipping and Lloyd’s Register, are listed by Underwriters Laboratories and designed in accordance with API, ASME, and PED.

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