Irrigation sand filter Thru-Flush™
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irrigation sand filter
irrigation sand filter
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Stainless Steel Automatic Yardney Thru-Flush screen filters provide excellent filtration for water sources where inorganic particulate is the major contaminant. The Thru-Flush cleaning action quickly purges the trapped contaminant from the filter using your source water line and pressure. This technology utilizes turbulent water action to shake loose the contaminant from the screen and discharge the contaminant out of the housing. APPLICATIONS Removal of sand, rock, grit and other inorganic contaminants to protect drip and micro-irrigation systems with fine mesh filtration down to 200 mesh or 75 microns 125 psi standard operating pressure (high pressure systems available) Flow ranges from 200 gpm and up Can be used as a primary filter in specific applications Can be used as a secondary filter to a sand media filter, centrifugal separator or other primary filtration system with the added benefit of an automatically controlled system ADVANTAGES Manual or automatic Thru-Flush stainless steel screen filter Type 316 stainless steel housing and cartridge Standard operating pressure of 125 psi Rugged, field changeable, washable and replaceable polypropylene filter sock available in 40, 80, 100, 150 and 200 mesh Flush port provides for manual or automatic removal of heavy contaminants Yardney easy-entry lid closure 3M Scotchkote® 134 fusion bonded epoxy coating on interior surfaces of manifolds Labor saving automation includes the automatic Thru-Flush valve and advanced solid state control unit which monitors the filter on elapsed time and pressure differential basis Available with flanged or grooved connections Made in USA
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