How the FILTOMAT M100 Filters Work
The Filtration Process
- Raw water flows through the filter inlet and to the coarse screen for removal of large debris and sediment.
- Water then passes through the fine screen for removal of the remaining small particles.
- A differential pressure switch (DPS) monitors the pressure caused by the accumulation of debris on the inner screen and initiates the self-cleaning process at 7 psi (0.5 bar).
- The flush valve opens to the atmosphere to create a strong suction force at the scanner nozzles, effectively removing dirt particles from the screen.
- Dirty backflush water is drained out via the drainage pipe.
- After efficient cleaning, the DP returns to its original value, enabling the filter to operate continuously without downtime.
Filtomat M100 Models
Available as a stand alone or as filter bank assembly, with a single ADI-P electronic control system.
M102C/M103C: ≤ 176 gpm (40 m³/h)
M103CL/M104C: ≤ 350 gpm (80 m³/h)
M104CL: ≤ 440 gpm (100 m³/h)
M104LPN/M106LP: ≤ 793 gpm (180 m³/h)
M104XLP/M106XLP/M108LP/M110P: ≤ 1,760 gpm (400 m³/h)
Filtomat MG Models
Modular configuration, available as a stand alone or as filter bank assembly, with a single ADI-P electronic control system. Delivered fully assembled and requiring a single connection to the inlet, outlet and drain.
MG110 (2 x 108LP): ≤ 1,760 gpm (400 m³/h)
MG112 (3 x 108LP): ≤ 2,640 gpm (600 m³/h)
MG114 (4 x 108LP): ≤ 3,520 gpm (800 m³/h)