Amiad 80mm (3") Steel In Line Filter with Scanaway Kit - Flanged
Amiad 80mm (3") In-Line Flanged Screen Filters with Scanaway Kit
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The Amiad 80mm 3" Inline Flanged Screen Filter with Scanaway series of manual filters remove dirt and debris from water as it flows through a stainless steel filtration element. This consists of a perforated cylinder or a weave-wire screen. Filtration elements are available for various degrees of filtration and are color coded for convenient identification. Water flows through the filter element from the inside-out so that dirt and debris accumulate on the inside surface. The direction of flow is indicated by an arrow on the filter housing. The 3" manual steel filter has to be cleaned manually. For optional accessories for automatic or semi-automatic operation please consult your Amiad dealer.
AMIAD PLASTIC FILTERS
- Filtration degrees available
- Amiad plastic filters are available with different filter elements to suit different filtering requirements and filtration degrees
- These all purpose filters are made with different engineering plastic materials that can be suited for mechanical strength and chemical and corrosion resistance.
- Amiad plastic filters can be easily dismantled by hand without tools. The filter elements can easily be extracted from the filter housing for rinsing.
- Amiad plastic filters may also be upgraded to semi-automatic functioning by adding one of the innovative features of the Turboclean (a), Brushaway (b) or Scanaway (c) assemblies.
The SCANAWAY assembly consists of a hollow PVC or stainless steel pipe with suction nozzles that are facing the inner side of the screen. A handle connected to the suction scanner from the outside, allows turning the scanner in a spiral movement so that it rotates inside the screen surface without touching the screen. Opening the exhaust valve at the filter lid will create low pressure conditions, which cause the scanner nozzles to suck-in the dirt from the screen surface and expel the dislodged particles out through the valve. Scanning is done during the filtering process without having to stop the water supply.