Yardney-Filtaworx Screen Filter

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Yardney Filtaworx automatic self-cleaning screen filters provide excellent protection for all types of irrigation systems including drip, micro-spray, sprinklers and golf course systems. Filtaworx screen filters are one of the most technically innovative self-cleaning filters available combining proven high performance, reliability and economy in a compact robust design. 

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Applications

  • Removal of algae, slime or other organic contaminant as well as sand, grit and other inorganic contaminants with fine mesh filtration down to 250 mesh or 50 microns
  • 150 psi standard operating pressure (high pressure systems available)
  • Flow ranges from 110 gpm
  • Irrigation and turf applications including drip, micro-spray and sprinklers

Advantages

  • Heavy duty stainless steel filter body provides corrosion resistance in most environments
  • Durable low maintenance automatic self-cleaning mechanism
  • Wide range of fine screen sizes from 50–800 microns (250-20 mesh)
  • Hydraulically or electrically controlled internal cleaning mechanism
  • Automatic operation of the self-cleaning backflush cycle is achieved when a pre-set pressure drop (5–7 psi) across the filter is reached
  • Sectional screens allow easy replacement of a section of screen versus entire cartridge if damage occurs to the screen
  • Minimal moving parts, simple design and robust construction
  • Compact and simple installation can be mounted in any position or orientation, with minimal space requirements
  • Sacrificial anode (most models)

Standard Assembly Includes

  • 304 stainless steel body with flanged inlet and outlet
  • Glass reinforced nylon screen element accompanied with 316 Stainless steel mesh (shown above)
  • NBR and EPDM seals
  • Hydraulic controller
  • Sacrificial anode (most models)

Available Options

  •  316 stainless steel housing available on request
  • High pressure
  • Electric controller
  • Pressure sustaining valve (highly recommended)
  • Four layered sintered Screen (shown on left)

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