Scan-Kleen Screen Filters
Netafim Scan-Kleen Screen Filters offer quick and easy manual cleaning without flow interruption
Features & Benefits
- Easy to clean - no need to manually disassemble, clean screen and reassemble the filter.
- Water flow to the field is not interrupted during cleaning.
- Corrosion-proof high density polypropylene will not rust or corrode like metal filters.
- Operates efficiently at varied flow rates.
- Primary filter on well water with small amounts of sand
- Primary filter for center pivots
- Reservoir water with small amounts of algae
- Back-up filter for:
- Media filter batteries
- Sand Separators
Scan-Kleen Screen Filters Technical
Water enters the filter through the inlet and reaches the screen (1) which traps the particles from the water. As mor ewater flows through, debris builds up on the screen. As debris accumulates on the screen, a pressure differential builds up between the internal and external sections of the screen.
When the pressure differential reaches the determined value (7-10 psi), the filter should be cleaned. Water continues to flow through the filter during the cleaning process.
- Opening the flushing valve (4) allows water to flow out of the filter
- Suction occurs through the nozzles (6) which vacuums the debris from the screen (1) and out the drain port
- Turning the handle (3) slowly rotates the dirt collector (2) resulting in full scanning of the screen by the nozzles. Slower rotation cleans the screen more efficiently.
This combination of rotation and linear movement cleans the whole internal screen surface. The flushing cycle takes about 10 seconds.
- Screen Mesh Sizes: 40, 80, 120, 150 and 200
- Screen: Stainless Steel
- Maximum Operating Pressure: 120 psi
- Required Minimum Pressure for Flushing: 20 psi (if less than 20 psi, install a manual valve downstream of the filter)
- Flushing Flow Rate: 50 GPM at 30 psi
- End Connections: Flanged (for victaulic connection, remove flanges, see manual for instructions
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