Automatic filter increases efficiency
A new water automatic backwash filter aims to increases the overall efficiency of a plant through its optimised functionality and adaptability.
Three concepts of adaptive filtration elements are available to optimise the filtration conditions on Boll & Kirch Filterbau’s aquaBoll. These include a filter candle, sieve cylinder and fine sieve cylinder.
Stefan Starke, CEO of Boll & Kirch Filterbau, said: "BOLL & KIRCH is the innovator in the field of filtration technology. With our newly developed technology, the aquaBoll will certainly be well received by the market.”
Depending on the size, the required filtration efficiency and the degree of contamination of the process water, these are interchangeable and adaptable. Special profiles can be included in the adaptive elements to cater for all applications.
The technology provides greater efficiency in various protection applications, e.g. protection of ballast water treatment systems or marine water makers.
The product has been launched in response to the variability in filter sizes, pressure rating, material of construction, filtration grades and flushing quantities, as well as pressure vessel codes and marine classes compliance, said Boll & Kirch Filterbau.
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