Filtration Systems

Filtration systems ensure the purification of your water to the desired micron sensitivity and therefore are the most effective methods for removal of suspended solids. On the other hand, media filtration systems are utilized also in order to remove organic substances and some minerals in your water.

  • Cartridge Units
  • Sand Filters
  • Active Carbon Filters
  • Ultrafiltration Systems

Filtration Models

Cartridge Units

Multi-cartridge filters are manual systems with stainless steel housings and can be used with high flow rates. Putrex, washable nylon and washable stainless steel cartridges with lengths of 10” – 20” – 30” and 40” with sensitivities of 1-5-10-20 and 50 microns can be placed in the housing.
Bag filters are used to retain sand, alluvium, suspended solid matter (SSM), organic and inorganic solid matters and other solid particles in water.
Systems used for filtration of coarse particles heavier than water, such as sand in water. Working principle The particles in the water entering the system are thrown down to the inner side walls of the filter by the effect of centrifugal force. The trapped particles are prevented from escaping to the top by means of the particle trap and discharged with the help of the valve.
Are manual filtering systems which retain suspended solid matters (SSM) such as sedimentation, cloudiness, particles present in raw water. Employed in systems with low flow rates, these systems consist of transparent polyethylene housing and a washable putrex, stainless steel or nylon cartridge placed inside. They ensure filtration with sensitivities of 1 – 5 – 10 – 20 and 50 µ. Housing lengths are 10″ and 20″.
Putrex cartridges are cartridges with 1-5-10 and 20 microns sensitivity. Soiled Putrex cartridges are replaced with new ones in periods determined according to the pollution level of water. Washable nylon and washable stainless steel cartridges ensure treatment with a sensitivity of 50 microns. Cartridges are cleaned upon washing with clean water in periods determined according to the pollution level of water and can be used multiple times.

Sand Filters

FQ Series multimedia Systems are designed for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 0,6 m3/h to 26 m3/h and full automatic valves are used for control unit.
FQM Series multimedia Systems which are manual controlled, are designed for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 0,6 m3/h to 26 m3/h and assure economic advantages.
FQY Series multimedia Systems are designed as surface piping for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 9 m3/h to 60 m3/h and full automatic valves are used for control unit.
EQ series multi media Systems which are designed for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 9 m3/h to 212 m3/h, are effectively employed in processes that include extensive water usage in various industries, particularly textile, chemistry, food etc.
FQB Series Iron-Manganese Removal Systems are designed for removing iron, turbidity, suspended solids, dust etc., for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 0,6 m3/h to 26 m3/h and full automatic valves are used for control unit.

Active Carbon Filters

FC Series Active Carbon Filters are designed for removing taste, smell, residual chlorine, organic materials etc., for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 0,6 m3/h to 26 m3/h.
FCY Series Active Carbon Filters are designed for removing taste, smell, residual chlorine, organic materials etc., for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 9 m3/h to 60 m3/h.
EC series multi media Systems which are designed for removing taste, smell, residual chlorine, organic materials etc., for supplying the most appropriate filtration between 9 m3/h to 212 m3/h. These are effectively employed in processes that include extensive water usage in various industries, particularly textile, chemistry, food etc.

Ultrafiltration Systems

UFSL Series Ultrafiltration Systems can be designed from 4 m3/h to required capacity. Structure of membranes are as capillary pipes and operate with cross flow method. Raw water entering inside through the capillary pipes pass through pores with a size of 25 angstrom on the membrane surface and water treatment process is carried out this way. Backwashing and cleaning operations of the systems are carried out with automation. System can be operated without requiring human intervention.

Nanofiltration Systems

Nanofiltration is a recently utilized membrane separation method having a molecular weight limit between ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis. It is usually utilized in order to remove bacteria, viruses, organic residues and hardness. Nanofiltration can be utilized in lieu of demineralization, color removal, COD removal, and waste water recovery in cases when other alternatives are not appropriate, .

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