High Flow Bag Filter
The Bag Filter is a filtration system that is Simple & Flexible.
The Bag Filter will remove sediment, dirt, rust, and other visible particles in the water. When the bag becomes full, you simply remove it from the housing, empty it / wash it, then replace it.
The Bag Filter Units are able to handle high flow rates, of up to 40 000 Litres per Hour*. However, please keep in mind that the flow rating is based on the largest 100 Micron Bag being used, with the finer microns the maximum flow rates will be less. Also in situations with very poor source water quality, you will find that the filter bag flow rate will be much less as it will block up more quickly.
The Bag Filter units are available in PVC or Stainless Steel.
The Filter Bags are available in the following Micron (um) ratings, 1 Micron, 5 Micron, 10 Micron, 20 Micron, & 100 Micron.
The Bag Filter Features:
A well-sealed basket with no Side Leaking
Stainless Steel Basket
A Simple & Flexible System
The Bag Filter inside the Basket can be replaced easily
Long Using Life Span
How the Bag Filter System works
The internal Bag Filter is supported by a Metal Stainless Steel Basket, where the water flows into the inlet, gets filtered through the Bag Filter, & filtered water flows through the outlet.
When the bag filter becomes full, simply take out the filter, rinse the bag filter & then replace the bag filter.
Keep in mind:
While the Bag Filter is reusable, the bag filter will start to developed small holes & will then need to be replaced with a new Bag Filter.
PVC Threaded and Glue Fittings
PVC(Polyvinyl chloride) fittings are used to connect sections of pipes or tubes, adapt to different sizes or shapes, and controlling the flow of water. There are two predominant types of PVC fittings namely PVC Glue Fittings and PVC Threaded Fittings. The difference between the two is that PVC Glue Fittings result in permanent joints and PVC Threaded Fittings are semi-permanent and can be replaced. PVC Glue fittings are joined with primer and cement- a chemical solvent that melts the surface of the PVC and then quickly re-hardens to fuse the pieces together. This results in an airtight, leak-proof bond similar to what you get with welding metal. An example of such a fitting is a PVC Glue Reducing Socket which is used to join together two pieces of PVC pipes with different diameters. Another example would be a 90 Degree Elbow which is used to connect two pipes of the same diameter at an angle of 90 degrees.PVC Threaded fittings utilise a simple threaded connection whereby replaceable 'male threaded' are screwed into 'female threaded'.Male threads have a thread on the outside of the fitting and female threads have a thread on the inside. When you thread the fitting in, it compresses against the other threads.PTFE tape is used to thread these together and the proper way to assemble threaded fittings is to finger tighten, then add one to two turns but no more. An example of a threaded fitting is a Reducing Nipple Male Threaded which is used to connect between two female threads of different diameters.
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