Features and Benefits of Filtration

General

  • improves quality
  • reduces costs
  • reduces waste
  • reuses liquids
  • re-circulates liquids
  • saves energy
  • saves water
  • reduces labour
  • increases heat transfer
  • makes plants compliant with environmental issues
  • reduces shut downs
  • reduces the use of chemicals
  • makes chemical programs more effective
  • saves electricity

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Feature Benefit
Self–cleaning No maintenance
Fully automatic Cost saving
Continuous operation No downtime
Bubble tight seal No by pass of solids
No backwash No liquid loss
Simple design No attendant required
Media Removes trace oils
Flow from 5gpm & up Meets all needs
Unique design Solids to 5 microns
Auto level probe Self-cleaning
Advances as required Low cost to run
Proven product No risk
Internal by-pass Protection
Barrier filter design All the solids
Baffles Evens out flow
Flow velocity increaser Flow velocity increaser Increases the flow and the removal process

K Factor Magnetic Filter - Features and Benefits

  • Self -cleaning
  • Fully automatic
  • Fitted Inline
  • Continuous operation
  • Magnetic strength (10,000 Guass)
  • All stainless steel construction
  • Flows from 12 gpm & up
  • No maintenance
  • Cost saving
  • Easy installation
  • No down time
  • 15 times more powerful than conventional type
  • Durability and long life Meets all flow requirements

The Shearing Nozzle

The key feature of the K Factor Filter is the shearing action produced by the unique shearing nozzle. The liquid to be filtered flows into the header box and then is evenly distributed across the filter media via


"The Shearing Nozzle"

The filter media is on a steep slope to create the shear. The flow of liquid from the nozzle impacts on the media creating "The Shearing Action". The unwanted solids are pushed to the bottom of the sealed basin and the clean filtered liquid flows through the selected filter media. This unique feature reduces the footprint, reduces the amount of media used and improves the filtration.

The shearing nozzle is situated close to the filter media to create a shearing action on impact. The flow enters the header box and impacts on the media to push the solids to the bottom of the sealed basin to:

  • increase filtration
  • reduce the amount of filter media used
  • smaller footprint
  • smaller particle removal

The K Factor Filter "Removes all the solids" regardless of:

  • Size
  • Shape
  • Specific gravity
  • Concentration of dirt
  • Type