4" SPIN KLIN™ GALAXY
ATS Water Technology offers the 4″ Spin Klin™ Galaxy, which is a modular, all polymeric automatic disc filtration system for industrial applications with a large filtration area for high flow rates. The filters are based on our innovative disc technology that captures and retains a large amount of solids. Its unique and efficient hydraulic self-cleaning backwash mechanism requires low water consumption and saves energy demands.
- Technology: Disc
- Type: Automatic
- Filtration degree: 10 - 400 micron
- Flow rate: 200 - 3000 m³/h (880 - 8,800 gpm)
4″ Spin Klin™ Galaxy delivers micron-precise depth filtration for industrial water solutions, with long-term operation and minimal maintenance requirements. It is simple to operate, has a short automatic backwash and permanently eliminates the need to replace filter media.
- Innovative disc technology captures and retains large amounts of suspended solids
- Micron-precise depth filtration
- Short, automatic backwash cycle, with regulated water volume ensures water efficiency
- Long disc life eliminates frequent need for media replacement
- Compact and flexible design for small footprint installation
- Long-term operation with minimal maintenance
- Easy and simple operation
The 4” Spin KlinTM Galaxy series disc filters are modular, all polymeric and include a patented automatic self-cleaning backwash mechanism. The 4” Spin KlinTM Galaxy systems flow rate ranges from 200 - 2,000 m3/h (880 - 8,800 GPM) with filtration degrees ranging from 20 – 400 micron and inlet/outlet diameters from 200-355 mm (8” – 14”).
THE FILTRATION PROCESS
The discs are stacked on the SpinKlinTM spine. During filtration, the discs are compressed by a pre-loaded spring and by the system differential pressure, forcing the water to pass through the grooved discs and the suspended solids are trapped on and within the stacked discs.
THE BACKWASH PROCESS
The backwash mode is triggered by a system pressure differential or by an adjustable timer. The inlet valve shuts while the drain valve opens. During the backwash process, pressure is released and the tightening cylinder rises, releasing the compression on the discs. Tangential jets of filtered water are then forced through the nozzles positioned along the spine. The discs spin freely, loosening the trapped solids which are then flushed out. During the backwash cycle, each filter pod is backwashed sequentially, while the other pods continue to supply filtered water downstream.
EXTERNAL SOURCE BACKWASH OPTION
Each filter is backwashed sequentially, while the other filters continue to supply filtered water downstream. In each filter, the inlet and outlet valves automatically close, and the drain and external source valves automatically open. Pressurized water from the external source header enters the filter through its outlet port and backwashes it.
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