All the types of landscape irrigation systems need protections for preventing the equipment from getting clogged. No matter if it is drip irrigation, fixed pattern, low-pressure sprinklers, or high-pressure impact sprinklers, the Automatic Self Cleaning Filters supplied by Dutco Tennant LLC offers an amazing range of protection. Our irrigation filters can protect the entire range of nozzle diameters and operate with both hydraulic and electric technology. When drip equipment and sprinklers are not protected, debris and dirt will get collected in tubes and the sprinkler nozzles which will quickly disrupt the irrigation patterns. Without any regards to the head spacing of the sprinkler, the clogged nozzles can create uneven coverage which can lead to brown patches and severe damage. When left unchecked, the clogged nozzles can completely get obstructed and needs to be replaced. Our supplied self-cleaning filters can offer insurance from costly turf and landscape damages and prolong the life of sprinkler equipment.
They can improve the efficiency of water in irrigation systems and save time and money. They can reduce the use of water and also save energy, benefit the environment, and promotes the commitment of the company towards sustainability. These automatic self-cleaning filters can help you to reduce wastewater by around 75% for irrigation users. Without compromising the system flow during backwash, our filters smaller flush valves can reduce the volume of water needed for removing the screen build-up on the screen element. These filters can also excellently fit into systems that are recycling the water for irrigation. In cases where effluent filtration is required, our irrigation filters can conventionally enter the system at the tertiary or secondary phase. Reduced use of water during the automatic cleaning cycles makes these filters the ultimate industry choice for irrigation applications. Our irrigation water filter is ideally suited for turf, golf, and landscaping environments and is placed effectively closest to the discharge of the main pump, typically thriving with a filtration degree from 100-500μ. These self-cleaning filters have been easily integrating into a wide variety of pump station configurations.