Amiad Disc & Plastic Filters
Durable high quality Amiad Plastic Filters for wide range of filtration applications
• Interchangeable filter elements for a wide range of flow rates, with multiple filtration degrees
• Excellent mechanical strength, corrosion resistant for chemical compatibility
• Low pressure loss
• Easy to install and maintain, no tools required for rinsing
• Available with exclusive features for semi-automatic cleaning
• Suitable for a wide range of applications for the irrigation, municipal and industrial markets
Amiad Plastic Filters
With a variety of filter elements, Amiad’s all purpose plastic filters are ideally suited for a wide range of filter applications and are easy to install and maintain. They are constructed from high quality engineered-plastic materials providing excellent mechanical strength, durability and chemical resistance. No tools are required for dismantling or removing the filter element from the filter housing for rinsing; Amiad plastic filters can be upgraded to semi-automatic operation by adding one of Amiad’s exclusive Brushaway or Scanaway assemblies. These allow the user to manually clean the filter element without dismantling the filter.
Amiad offers a variety of filter elements and filtration degrees that are suitable for a wide range of flow rates and applications. The effective filtration area is comprised of both the outside surface and the channels formed by the intersecting grooves. Suspended organic particles adhere to the grooved surface adding depth to the filtration process. Cleaning the disc element is made simple by the unique design of the telescopic core which allows the discs to separate during the cleaning process while maintaining perfect sealing when the element is in the filter housing.
Weavewire Screen Elements:
Screen elements are constructed of molded plastic ribs that support a stainless steel weavewire or weaved polyester screen for filtration degrees of 800 to 50 micron.
Perforated Stainless Steel Screen Elements:
Suitable for coarse filtration (straining) between 3,500 and 500 micron.
The disc elements are designed for effective removal of organic substances. The elements are constructed using engineered plastic discs that are stacked onto a telescopic core. The discs are grooved on both sides and intersect to form the filtration element when compressed.