PARTICULATE FILTRATION FOR DRINKING WATER AND PROCESS WATER APPLICATIONS
Drinking water filtration systems, also known as particulate filters (PF) remove sediment and other suspended particles from drinking water and process water using cartridges made from thermally-bonded microfiber polypropylene. "Graded Depth" construction provide element fibers which are wound more tightly toward the core of the cartridge. Consequently, the entire depth of the filter element is used for more effective filtration and longer service life.
Particulate Water Filters Overview
Filtrine’s particulate 4 to 560 GPM filter housings are constructed of heavy-duty stainless steel and are
rated at 125 psi working pressure. They are built to outlast the piping in the building. Particulate
filters are the ideal solution for water treatment when turbidity, particulates and suspended solids
are present in the make up water.
Low and inexpensive maintenance is one of Filtrine’s primary goals, and we guarantee that our
element replacement procedure can be completed in less than 30 seconds and require no tools
to perform. The environmentally friendly Filtrine filter/purifier configuration cuts down on waste,
saving money over time.
Point of use particulate filters (Model PFS-POU) can either be installed behind a wall or in an
optional Filtrine “locking” in-wall cabinet (Filtrine Model IW) with a locking hinged door under the
fountain(s). Example shown on left.
For high flow applications, consider Filtrine’s in-line particulate filters (Model PF) so that water can
pass through two filters at once.
Filtrine's particulate filters are also used as pre-filters for in-line Taste Master and LeadMiser purifer models.
Add a UV Water Sterilizer
Filtrine’s Steri Flo® ultraviolet sterilizers kill bacteria without chlorine or other chemicals and
therefore have no cancer-causing by-products. They are recommended as an alternative to chlorine
treatment for bakery ingredient or pharmaceutical/boiler feed water as well as added protection for
hospitals, office buildings, pools, etc. where cryptosporidium and other micro-organisms may be
retained in the bio-film on the walls of city water mains.