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Old 10-17-2021, 09:51 PM   #1
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Raw water strainer

Anyone know what brand/model of raw water strainer this is? Itís got a cracked cover and is leaking. Iím trying to find a replacement part.

Itís on a Ponderosa 35 (CHB).

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Old 10-17-2021, 10:47 PM   #2
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No idea of the OEM. May well be a foundry nearby the plant that built your boat,

However, I venture that the clear plate is polycarbonate which can be had from local plastics shops. It can be cut with standard woodworking tools with some care.
Or they can cut it for you.

Drilling, it can be grabby so clamp it down . When drilling a soapy water solution will do a good job.
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It looks like a San Juan Strainer. I think they were made by San Juan Engineering in Washington state. Not sure if they are still in production.
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It looks like a San Juan Strainer. I think they were made by San Juan Engineering in Washington state. Not sure if they are still in production.

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But will it work outside of the San Juans??? Hopcar is indeed amazing.
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I am continually amazed at the level of knowledge you have accumulated in your careers. Also very grateful that you are will to share it with us.
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It looks like a San Juan Strainer. I think they were made by San Juan Engineering in Washington state. Not sure if they are still in production.
It has been a long time since I have seen those so didn't think of them.
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Wow, thanks guys. This is going to be embarrassing if I’m wrong.
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It is a Buck Algonquin strainer. Still available and quite common on the Taiwan trawlers. You can find the better domed lids for them that replaced the flat plexiglass.



Any plexiglass or glass place can cut you new pieces too. New gaskets are easy to make. Good strainers.


https://touchardmarine.com/product/b...r-low-profile/
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My link above does not work. ? Do a search though and you will find them, and the parts for them.
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