Irrigation sand filter Mini-Media™
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irrigation sand filter
irrigation sand filter
irrigation sand filter
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Low Flow Automatic Backwash System Yardney Mini-Media Filters are designed as a sand media solution for lower flow applications. These rugged, simple filters are built with the same high performance, high efficiency standards as our other product lines. Constructed of high strength carbon steel, the Mini-Media is fusion epoxy lined on wetted surfaces. Underdrains are made of Type 304 stainless steel for extra-long life. APPLICATIONS Removal of algae, slime or other organic contaminant as well as sand, rock, grit and other inorganic contaminants to protect drip and micro-irrigation systems from plugging with fine filtration removal down to 200 mesh or 75 microns 125 psi standard operating pressure Flow ranges from 15-45 gpm ADVANTAGES Lower flow applications down to 15 gpm Standard operating pressure of 125 psi Yardney easy-entry lid closure Available in welded carbon steel Stainless steel wedgewire underdrain Ensures structural integrity in the harshest conditions Hydraulically balanced to increase effectiveness of backwash while reducing flush frequency and waste of water High strength stainless steel wedgewire will withstand a collapse pressure in excess of 600 psi 3M Scotchkote® 134 fusion bonded epoxy coating on interior surfaces Exterior of housing is coated with UV stabilized polyester powder coat for longer product life and protection from the environment Made in USA Standard assembly includes: Yardney easy-entry lid closure Inlet and outlet manifolds Grooved couplings to connect hardware Coated steel inlet and outlet manifold Steel backwash manifold Semi-automatic valves 1.5" brass gate valve
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