Azud Helix Automatic 200-300 Disc Filters are robust and available in 110 V, 220 V or 12 V. they are automatic in-line self cleaning equipment with disc filtering element with 2" valves (series 200) or 3" valves (series 300). These are manifolded with High Density Polyethylene and have excellent resistant property with durable life quality. The disc filters have maximum flow of 256 m3/h (1125 gpm). Azud Helix Automatic 200-300 Disc Filters are in modular configuration allows design according to customer preference or space availability. There are special options available for low pressure, high pressure and sea/saline water conditions as well as also possible to backwash with compressed air, minimizing the water loss during backwash.
Manufactured From Good Quality Plastic Materials
Have Great Versatility And Compatibility. The System Permits A Wide Range Of Possibilities With A Minimal Number Of Components
Azud Helix System
Optimizes The Performance And Minimizes The Frequency Of Maintenance.
Self-Cleaning Filtering Element
Maximum Saving Of Water With Efficiency In Backwashing. Large Filtering Area. Azud Offers Discs From 5 To 400 Micron.
Facilitates Easy Transportation And Installation
Equipment Can Be Pre-Assembled.
- Water And Energy Saving
No Tools Required For Maintenance. Maximum Resistance With Movable Parts Not Susceptible To Wear Due To Continuous Operation.
Azud Helix Automatic Backwash Only One Station At A Time. The Remaining Station Stay In Filtration Mode And Continue To Supply The Installation.
Backwashing Stage. The Filtered Water Is Introduced In Reverse Through The Filtering Element Which Decompresses The Stack Of Discs, Starting The Backwash. The Solids Are Expelled From The Discs And Are Then Evacuated Through The Drainage Manifold.
Filtration Stage. The Helix Generates A Centrifugal Helical Effect Which Moves The Larger Particles Away From The Discs. This Allows The Discs To Concentrate On Removing The Finer Particles Without Build Up Of The Larger Particles On The Filtration Surface. The Filtration Process Starts Again With The Compression Of The Discs.