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Mesh Sink Drain Traps

These wonderful mesh drain screens are a must for any open drain where clogs and dropped items can be a problem. Many a clogged drain can be prevented by using one of these quality, easy-to-clean screen drain traps. We also offer the innovative Add-A-Trap for those drains where using a screen drain may not be possible.
Kitchen Sink Drain Screen
Stainless steel kitchen sink drain screen
4-3/8" x 2-3/4" x 1-3/4" - #20 Mesh
$5.56
Lavatory Sink Drain Screen
Stainless steel bathroom sink drain screen
2-1/4" x 1" x 7/8" - #12 Mesh
$4.40
Laundry Sink Drain Screen
Stainless steel tub and laundry sink drain screen
2-3/4" x 1-1/2" x 1" - #12 Mesh
$4.97
Shower Drain Screen
Stainless steel shower drain screen
3-5/8" x 1-7/8" x 1-1/4" - #20 Mesh
$4.99
Bathtub Drain Screen
Stainless steel tub and laundry sink drain screen
2-3/4" x 1-1/2" x 1" - #12 Mesh
$4.97
Floor Drain Screen
Stainless steel floor drain screen
11"L x 11"W (Outside) x 2" Deep
8"L x 8"W (Inset) - #14 Mesh
$29.30
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "How are these stainless screen strainers measured?"
A. The dimensions for screen strainers shown on this page are derived by using the following method:

Kitchen sink drain screen with measurements
A) Outside diameter
B) Inside diameter
C) Depth
For example this strainer is 4-3/8" x 2-3/4" x 1-3/4" (A x B x C)

Q. "What does #20 / #12 / etc. mesh mean?"
A. The #20 or #12 or similar indicates the U.S. Mesh Size (or U.S. Sieve Size) that tells you how fine the mesh is - in other words, how many holes there are per square inch of the screen. For instance, a #20 mesh will have 20 holes in one square inch of the screen. The larger the number, the smaller the holes will be or the finer the mesh will be. To provide some point of reference, consider that a #12 mesh has about a 1700 micron rating, which is about the same diameter as an average strand of spaghetti. A #20 mesh has a micron rating of about 850 - or close to the size of a grain of sand.


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