Disc filters consist of multiple polypropylene discs with uniform grooves on each of their sides. When stacked together, discs form a hollow cylinder with openings on the wall. The shape of these openings depends on the grooves’ geometry, dimensions, and relative position of two adjacent discs. This way the cross-sectional pattern of the grooves creates extra turbulence, providing both screen filtration and adhesion mechanisms. Double filtration mechanism improves the performance and reduces the fouling effects. Adding the small footprint, automatic operation and backwash, long operation between backwashing, and small pressure drop, makes disc filtration technology an efficient way of removing solid particles.
Low footprint and large filtration area;
Reduced backwash pressure because discs are unclamped during the backwash;
Built-in backwash nozzles for efficient backwash and low water consumption;
Modular approach and variable filter sizes to satisfy customer’s needs and space requirements;
Leakage proof lid design for simple access and maintenance;
Status indicators for each individual unit, along with the alarm and auto-shutdown systems help to avoid damage to the equipment and ensure reliable operation.
Pulp and paper manufacturing;
Power plants, cooling towers;
Central air conditioning systems.
Working pressure: 0.2~0.8 MPa;
Backwash pressure: 0.15~0.8 MPa;
Operating temperature: ≤ 60 °C;
pH value: 4-13;
Number of modules: 3-10;
Backwash mode: one unit at a time, using filtered water;
System control: automatic controller, IP 65 waterproof standard.