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Featured Product

Yardney-Filtaworx Automatic Self-Cleaning Screen Filters for both irrigation and industrial applications.

Filtaworx

Yardney-Filtaworx automatic self-cleaning screen filters provide protection for all types of irrigation systems and industrial and commercial applications including drip, micro-spray, sprinklers and golf course systems for irrigation as well as cooling towers, industrial process water, incoming plant water, waste water clean-up, industrial water for plant reuse for industrial applications.

Yardney-Filtaworx Advantages

  • Heavy-duty stainless steel body for greater durability
  • Hydraulically or electrically driven internal cleaning mechanism
  • Sectional screens for easy replacement and maintenance
  • Compact and simple installation requires less space for installation
  • Replaceable sacrificial anode for corrosion protection
  • Durable rotor bearings reduce wear and tear on dirt collector

Stop by Yardney in Riverside or our newest warehouse location in Fresno to discuss how Filtaworx can protect your water filtration investment.


Case Studies


Belk Farms Selects Advanced Technology of Yardney-Filtaworx

For over 30 years, Belk Farms in Thermal, California has provided high quality vegetables to supermarkets around the world. For the last 19 years, Brad Lee has made sure that the quality of the produce is top notch. To make sure his crop receives the appropriate amount of water in an area that often reaches temperatures over 100 degrees, Brad depends on a drip tape irrigation system utilizing Yardney Filters to keep the water clean and the drip tape emmiter clear. “Yardney Filters are dependable and haven’t given me any problem throughout the many years that I’ve used them,” says Brad.

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News from the Field

Cal Poly Students Learn from Yardney Demo

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a hands-on demonstration is worth 10 times that. That’s how Dr. Franklin Gaudi, lecturer for the BioResource and Ag Engineering department and project manager for the Irrigation Training and Research Center at Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo, California, describes the impact that direct exposure to equipment has on students’ abilities to learn new practices.

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Stefan Ayres, a wine and viticulture student, at Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, adjusts controller settings on a demonstration sand media filtration unit donated by Yardney Water Filtration Systems.

Stefan Ayres, a wine and viticulture student, at Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, adjusts controller settings on a demonstration sand media filtration unit donated by Yardney Water Filtration Systems.


New Facility Opens

Yardney Opens New Facility, Announcing Increased Production Capacity

Yardney Filters has announced the opening of a new facility dedicated to the manufacturing of irrigation filtration systems. The expansion allows Yardney to keep up with increased sales demands in the agricultural markets further allowing its existing facility to become dedicated to the production of filtration systems for industrial process markets.

The new 55,000 sq. ft. facility is on five acres and located one mile from the Yardney 60,000 sq. ft. headquarters, research division and manufacturing and distribution facility. Both state-of-the-art production facilities are designed and constructed of materials made in the U.S.A.


Yardney is Hiring!

Yardney is growing in every department! We are currently interviewing talented individuals who have the drive to succeed in a professional career in sales for ag-irrigation with Yardney Water Filtration Management Systems. Visit our Career Opportunity page to learn more.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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