We pay particular attention to filtration, which is essential for a successful hydraulic design that guarantees the durability of the entire water management system.
The water flows through the layer formed by the grains of sand, which retain any particles larger than the gaps between the grains. This is the first filter in the filtration chain.
Mesh-based filtration is both efficient and long-lasting (stainless steel filters). The filters can be cleaned manually, by regularly emptying the baskets that collect the residue, or automatically by flushing. Backwashing is performed by stopping the filtration.
Disk-based filtration is highly efficient. It has a shorter lifespan (the disk must be replaced) and is cleaned manually, by regularly emptying the baskets that collect the residue, or automatically by flushing. Backwashing is performed by stopping the filtration.
Filters with automatic cleaning are efficient and have a long lifespan (stainless steel filter). They use a continuous filtration process, even during cleaning (worm screw system).
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