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To help us provide you with the best service in selecting a filtration product, please tell us a little more about your environment and application needs.

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Agriculture Golf Course Greenhouse Nursery
Landscape Orchard Vineyard Industrial Water Systems
Process Water Cooling Water

Source of Water

River Lake Pond Canal Ditch Reservoir Well
Reclaimed Creek Cooling Tower

Type of Contamination in Water

Sand Algae Silt Bugs Rust Mussels Gravel
Pollen Leaves Scale Snails Microbiological Growth
Plastic Paper

Equipment to be Protected

Drippers Sprinklers Mini-Jets Foggers Emitters
Valves Spray Nozzles Micro Sprinklers Heat Exchanger
Instrumentation Pump Seal I.E & R.O Units Air Compressor
Environment Other

Size of Nozzles to be Protected (if applicable)

Pump Information




Impeller Size

Line Size in mm

What is the flow rate? (required)

Minimum flow GPM m3/hr

Maximum flow GPM m3/hr

Maximum operating pressure

PSI bar

Water temperature

°F °C

Amount of suspended solids in water (if known)

mg/l      PPM

Is particle size distribution available?
If yes, please be able to provide report

What is the desired level of filtration?

micron  or  mesh

Is a Bypass Manifold Required?

Is a Controlled Outlet Valve Required?

Is the flow rate continuous or intermittent?

* A manual bypass is recommended to be installed in applications where a constant flow of water is required downstream during filter servicing. The valve is normally a manually actuated valve, such as a butterfly valve or similar. The manual valve is always recommended when installing a by-pass series unit. Since the by-pass is integral to the filter body, the automatic by-pass will also be isolated during servicing. Note: inlet and outlet isolation valves are also required for manual bypass mode.

* The Controlled Outlet Valve (COV for short) is a valve located downstream of the filter which is controlled by the filter to shut during the rinse cycle. The valve is used in instances where the pump is not capable of providing sufficient flow and pressure for both the rinse cycle and downstream consumption. The valve can be actuated by any of several methods hydraulically, electrically or pneumatically.