2″ Compact Low Pressure (LP) Disc-Kleen Filters are the perfect solution when automation is desired because manual cleaning is frequent and too cumbersome. A new redesigned filter spine allows flushing at a lower pressure – 30 psi. This saves money on energy costs and maintains water flow to the field during the flushing cycle for crop uniformity. The built-in backflush controller, operated by pressure differential gauge and/or time, operates on (4) D batteries. The filter now has a grey colored body and cover for easy identification. Installation is easy with this pre-assembled compact unit. There are two models based on overall flow with a maximum flow rate of 80 GPM.
A filter element (spine) contains a stack of compressed discs with an overlapping series of grooves that force the debris to move through the numerous trap points.
Unfiltered water passes through a stack of tightly compressed discs. The water is forced to flow through the interlocking grooves of the disc rings where debris is trapped, releasing only filtered water to the irrigation system.
As debris in the filter increases, the backflush process is initiated. The discs separate and jets of clean water spray and spin the discs removing the trapped debris which is then flushed out.
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