Filtomat M100 Series Automatic Filters

Pistonless ModelsM100-750, M100-1500

Filtomat, M100, Series, Automatic, Filters, piston, pistonless, Pelmar, Engineering
Filtomat
M100-750
176 USgpm
40 m³/h
Filtomat, M100, Series, Automatic, Filters, piston, pistonless, Pelmar, Engineering
Filtomat
M100-1500
350 USgpm
80 m³/h
Filtomat
M100-4500
792 USgpm
180 m³/h
Filtomat
M100-6800
1760 USgpm
400 m³/h
Filtomat, M100, Series, Automatic, Filters, piston, pistonless, Pelmar, Engineering
Filtomat
MG100-13600
2640 USgpm
600 m³/h

Filtering Process:

Water is filtered through the fine screen to the outlet. The filtration cake is accumulated on the inner surface of the fine screen causing pressure differential To build up.

Self-Cleaning Process:

The M100 pistonless filters will start the self-cleaning process
when the pressure differential across the screen reaches a preset
level. The rinse controller opens the flushing valve creating
a strong backflush stream To atmosphere. This backflush creates
a suction effect at the nozzles, cleaning the face of the fine
screen directly in front of the nozzle openings. Backflush water
then flows through a collector pipe via a hydraulic rotor to
the flushing valve, causing the dirt collector assembly to spin.
Pressure drop in the rotor chamber forces the collector assembly
upward. The combined spin and upward movements ensure that the
suction nozzles sweep the entire
screen area.

When flushing is completed, a second flushing cycle is triggered, pushing the collector assembly downward To its original position.

The combined flush cycle takes 6 – 10 seconds.

1. Coarse & fine screens 2. Outlet 3. Rinse controller 4. Flushing valve 5. Nozzles
6. Collector pipe 7. Rotor 8. Dirt collector assembly 9. Rotor chamber

Filtomat, M100, Series, Automatic, Filters, piston, pistonless, Pelmar, Engineering

Piston ModelsM100-4500, M100-6800

Filtering Process:

Water is filtered through the inlet and is pre-filters through the coarse screen and Then filtered through the fine screen. From there it is passed To the outlet and as filtration cake is accumulated on the inner surface of the fine screen pressure differential builds up.

Self-Cleaning Process:

The M100 piston filters will start the self-cleaning process when the pressure differential across the screen reaches a preset level. At a preset level, the rinse controller opens the flushing valve creating a strong backflush stream through the drainage To the atmosphere. This backflush creates a suction effect at nozzles, cleaning the face of the fine screen directly in front of the nozzle openings. Backflush water now flows through collector pipe via hydraulic rotor To the flushing valve, causing the dirt collector assembly To spin. Pressure drop in the rotor assembly and drainage of the piston forces the collector assembly into axial movement. The combined spin and axial movements ensure that the suction nozzles sweep the entire screen area. When flushing is completed, a second flushing cycle is
automatically triggered, pushing the collector assembly To its original position. The combined flush cycle takes 10-15 seconds.

1. Inlet 2. Outlet 3. Coarse screen 4. Fine screen 5. Rotor chamber
6. Nozzles 7. Dirt collector assembly 8. Rotor 9. Flushing valve 10. Piston 11. Flush valve

Filtomat, M100, Series, Automatic, Filters, piston, pistonless, Pelmar, Engineering

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Filtomat, M100, Series, Automatic, Filters, piston, pistonless, Pelmar, Engineering

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