The automatic self-cleaning filter with a double cleaning system offers high efficiency due to the combined action of brushes and vacuum pads, particularly suitable for river water. ABV self-cleaning water filters are automatic filters that are equipped with a double cleaning system that allows the filter to be used even in the presence of coarse suspended solids. With the aid of the double system, this filter comes with high cleaning efficiency. At first, the brushes remove the coarsest solids from the screen, draining them through the opening of a first drain valve, then, through the opening of a second drain valve on the cover, the suction scanner effect is generated, in which the pads suck the smaller solids.
Any amount of risks is unaffordable when it comes to pumping up water from an open or contaminated source. Media filters not only just protect irrigation investment, but they maximize productivity over time by maintaining absolute flow uniformity even with the harshest water, ensuring higher and more uniform crop fields. Media filters are highly recommended when irrigating with poor quality water as the primary filtration for surface water in single/multi-season driplines, or when water contains Iron and Manganese and for SDI applications using harsh water sources.
Sand separators are mainly for the removal of particles like sand, and other solids from the irrigation water. They are ideal for situations where a pile of sand, is present in water. The units are mounted in a vertical position and the water enters through the tangential inlet producing a downward spinning movement. Sediments are pressed against the filter body by centrifugal force and the sediments accumulate at the bottom of the filter. To flush out the accumulate sediments, a drain valve is installed at the bottom of the unit or the collection manifold.
Hydrocyclone Sand Separators utilizes a conical shaped separator which accelerates the velocity of water maximizing separation of sand and other solid matter with more than 90% efficiency. The flushing frequency is reduced due to the large holding capacity of the sedimentation tanks. This equipment protects the irrigation components from damage and abrasion caused by debris and adds years of performance to the life to the irrigation system. Using the centrifuge principle, the particles are spun against the outside wall of the Hydrocyclone and gravitate towards the bottom into the underflow chamber while clean liquid goes upwards to the center of the spiral, towards the top outlet.