a filter, sieve, or the like for straining
a stretcher or tightener.
Strainers come in several different styles based on the needs. A plate strainer is
the simplest, in which water flows through a perforated plate. Often the plate is ...
This page shows the dangers of moving water and strainers.
Studying the topic “River Hazards—Strainers” from the official Water Rescue for
the First Responder Course ... Vehicles in the water are undercut strainers.
What is a Chinois? In the culinary arts, a chinois is a cone-shaped metal strainer
with a very fine mesh. A chinois is used for ... Read the definition of chinois. More »
Getting Around. Whispering Death— Strainers, Sweepers, and You. By Tamia
Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org. You can never know, till you try it, what a dead pull
STRAINERS. It's a fallen tree, stray branches, a log pile, a dock pier--it's a strainer
. Water flows through it, but you don't. Just like a fishing net catches a fish but ...
Strainers are formed when an object blocks the passage of larger objects but
allows the flow of water to continue - like a big food strainer or.
Some of the scariest and deadliest hazards we come across in swiftwater are
strainers. A strainer can be anything that lets water pass through, but prevents the
In the first installment of my “Filters vs. Strainers” series (Feb. '07, page 30), I
exclaimed, “Help!! I want to know the difference between a filter and a strainer.