The UDI Galileo L automatic disc filter is composed of several G.K. filters whose filter element consists of plastic discs compressed on a variable holder. This unique flushing mechanism opens up the filter element during the flushing cycle...
The UDI 6Matic is the latest development in automatic self-cleaning screen filters.
The filter offers an efficient solution for filtering water with fluctuating levels of dirt and varying flow rates....
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Pressure-free self-cleaning UDI Gravity Filter:
An energy-efficient method for the filtration of large capacities with minimum inlet pressure. Suspended dirt particles are trapped and swept towards the drain. The water is pumped up a few meters and brought into the top of the filter. Passing through a stainless steel screen, the dirt is swept together in the direction of the drainage device. Dirt particles that threaten to get stuck are sprayed upwards by a rotating (jet) sprayer arm. This combination keeps the screen clean, allowing the filter to work continuously. With a minimum of pressure and rinsing water the filtered water is available for various applications.
Advantages of the UDI Gravity Filter:
- Water is supplied at very low pressure.
- Minimum amount of energy required.
- Simple, reliable design.
- Cleaning of the filter screen does not interrupt the process.
- Efficient and automatically self-cleaning system.
- No water loss during the cleaning of the stainless steel filter screen.
- Minimum amount of waste water in a drainage cycle.
- Low operating costs.
In preparation for the coating to be applied, the UDI filters are provided wit a special layer of zinc phosphate. This treatment ensures proper adhesion of the coating, and protects against rusting-through from the insde. Subsequently , the polyester coating is applied electrostatically, both internally and externally, before being furnace-hardened. The entire process involves 7 steps, and results in a perfect coating with a thickness of approximately 120 microns.
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