Aquamat Sediment Filter (ASF) Auto
WATER QUALITY PROBLEM
In water supply systems are often observed turbid water caused by water pipe repair, disconnection or cleaning etc. Turbid water may contain sand, mud, iron, organics and various debris that clogs the system, aﬀects the plumbing equipment, measuring devices and creates additional pressure losses.
Aquamat ASF units are meant for reduction of mechanical impurities, it is based on ﬁltration media that ﬁlters mechanical admixtures from water. These ﬁlters can be used in household and industrial systems, which use heavily mechanically contaminated water. Such water would be uneconomic to clean with traditional cartridge type mechanical ﬁlters because of their capacity being too small and would have to be changed very often.
As a ﬁltration media AFM is ﬁlled in two layers. The equipment is simple and operates continuously due to the automatic valve, the valve initiates automatic backwashing / ﬂushing periodically to ensure that the ﬁlter media stays in good condition. After rinsing, the ﬁlter media is recovered and is able to continue the water ﬁltration process. The frequency may vary depending on water consumption and pollution levels. The process does not require any reagents or frequent costly ﬁltration materials replacement
Electrical connection is needed. It is essential to ensure incoming and outgoing water connections, as well as wastewater discharge line.
Feed water enters the unit and passes through the AFM ﬁlter media to reduce and eliminate suspended solids. High sediment removal capacity results in longer ﬁlter runs, with a substantial savings in backwash water and time out of service. Periodically, the media is backwashed to remove any accumulated particulate matter. This process is fully automatic.
Floor standing reinforced ﬁbreglass cylinder.
Automatic Timer Control
The backwashing process is initiated by the elapsed time since the last backwash
Feed water bypass to service during backwash –
Provides a continuous supply of water even during the backwashing process
- more than doubles the performance of an existing filtration system without the need for additional investments
- is not subject to biodynamic instability and will never allow untreated water to pass the filter
- substantially lowers chlorine oxidation demand by up to 50%
- lowers backwash water demand by an average of 50%
- is expected to last for the life of the filtration system
- provides quick return on investment
|Electrical **||220V ,50Hz|
|Feed water pressure||2 – 7 Bar|
|Feed water temperature||1 – 50∈C|
|Drain||Sized to accommodate backwash flow rate|
|Conditions for Operation||Range||Supplementary products|
|Water pH||5 – 9||AQ pH Correction|
|Max. Water Temp||40ºC||.|
|Suspended Solids||<40 mg/L||Flocculation System|
|Min. Inlet Pressure||2 bar||Booster Pump|
|Max. Inlet Pressure||7 bar||Pressure Regulating Valve|
|Vacuum||Not Permitted||Vacuum Breaker|
|Flow rates [M3/hr]|
|Maximum Service Flow||0,5 – 1,0|
|Pressure drop @ MAX service flow (bar)||0,45|
|Backwash flow rate (m3)||1,25 – 2,50|
|Effluent volume (m3) @ 6 min Backwash Time||0,17|
|Connections – BSP (inches)|
|Height (Inc. Control valve)||1381|