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Water Media Filters | Industrial & Commercial

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Industrial Steel Tank Water Media Filter MF-1000

Pure Aqua, Inc. is an industrial water filter manufacturer, including being one of the leading producers of pressure filters.

Why a pressure filter? Pure Aqua pressure filters can be used in a variety of service conditions including, but not limited to industrial, municipal, and institutional applications. For problems with iron, suspended particles, sediment, turbidity, unpleasant tastes and odors, unwanted color, or the common contaminants of surface water, Pure Aqua’s pressure filters are the ideal purification solution.

Filter Media Types

  • Manganese Greensand media is treated siliceous material for treating water containing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide through oxidation.
  • Anthracite is recommended as a filter medium where additional silica in the water is not desirable and can remove lighter weight turbidity. Anthracite is typically used in applications where silica pick-up is undesireable.
  • ProSand is based on a rare natural mineral. Its unique properties radically improve the performance and cost of media filtration.
  • Calcite media is specially graded calcium carbonate compound for neutralizing acid with consistent dissolving rates for water treatment.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Activated carbon medium is used to remove taste, odor, organic contaminants, and chlorine as well as being used in many drinking water applications.
  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity. Graded in various ranges, Pure Aqua sand can be used as filtration medium or underbedding depending on particle size and application.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • Multimedia is required when maximum quality water is required and unwanted sediment is too small to be removed by standard media. It consists of multiple layers of increasing grain size to remove sediment as small as 10 microns.

Advantages of Multimedia Filtration

  • Relatively inexpensive, no recurring cost of consumables
  • Proven process and most tested forms of water treatment
  • Systems are robust with no moving parts inside the tanks
  • Modular control valves designed for operational flexibility
  • Filtration media is inexpensive and long-lasting
  • Easily cleaned and maintained
  • Resistant to fouling (clogging)

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle

Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes.

Backwash Cycle

When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed. For media filters, the backwash flow is always higher than the service flow rate.

 

Standard Features:

Available Options:

  • Carbon steel tank @ 100 psi pressure rating

  • Epoxy and certified interior coating

  • 1/4″ tubing between stager and valves

  • Electrical supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

  • Schedule 80 PVC face piping

  • PP/PVC 80 internal piping and distributor

  • Primer blue coating on tank exterior

  • Top loading port

  • 1″ – 3″ Noryl or 4″ steel diaphragm valves, stager operated

  • Electro mechanical stager, timer, NEMA 1 enclosure

  • Air source not included

  • Vent and drain ports

  • High quality media

  • 316 SS or galvanized iron face piping

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • Inlet / Outlet 316 SS pressure gauges

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Manual or automatic air vent valve

  • Vacuum breaker

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

  • Differential pressure initiation for backwash

  • NEMA 4 or NEMA 4X enclosures

  • Tanks with higher pressure rating

  • Flanged piping connection

  • Unistrut channel supports

The ideal applications for a Media Filter include:

  • Water features (fountains, etc.)

  • Wastewater

  • Irrigation water

  • Potable (drinking) water

  • Storm water

  • Suspended solids reduction

  • Iron and manganese removal

  • Reclaimed Water Treatment

  • Cooling water

  • Swimming pool water

  • Industrial process water

  • Water Recycling And Reuse

Industrial Stainless Tank Water Media Filter MF-1100

Industrial Stainless Tank Water Media Filter MF-1100

Pure Aqua pressure filters can be used in a variety of service conditions including, but not limited to: industrial, municipal, and institutional applications.

Pure Aqua’s pressure filters clarify water by removing sediment, turbidity, iron, unpleasant tastes and odors, suspended particles, and unwanted color, all of which are commonly found in surface water. Pure Aqua supplies a full line of standard and fully customizable water filtration systems, all of which are engineered using advanced 3D computer modeling software for accurate and customized solutions.

Filter Media Types

  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity. Graded in various ranges, Pure Aqua sand can be used as filtration medium or underbedding depending on particle size and application.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • Calcite media is specially graded calcium carbonate compound for neutralizing acid with consistent dissolving rates for water treatment.
  • Manganese Greensand media is treated siliceous material for treating water containing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide through oxidation.
  • Anthracite is recommended as a filter medium where additional silica in the water is not desirable and can remove lighter weight turbidity. Anthracite is typically used in applications where silica pick-up is undesireable.
  • Activated carbon medium is used to remove taste, odor, organic contaminants, and chlorine as well as being used in many drinking water applications.
  • ProSand is based on a rare natural mineral. Its unique properties radically improve the performance and cost of media filtration.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Multimedia is required when maximum quality water is required and unwanted sediment is too small to be removed by standard media. It consists of multiple layers of increasing grain size to remove sediment as small as 10 microns.

Advantages of Multimedia Filtration

  • Relatively inexpensive, no recurring cost of consumables
  • Proven process and most tested forms of water treatment
  • Systems are robust with no moving parts inside the tanks
  • Modular control valves designed for operational flexibility
  • Filtration media is inexpensive and long-lasting
  • Easily cleaned and maintained
  • Resistant to fouling (clogging)

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle

Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes.

Backwash Cycle

When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed. For media filters, the backwash flow is always higher than the service flow rate.

 

Standard Features:

Available Options:

  • 1”-3” Noryl diaphragm valves or butterfly   valves for 4” or larger

  • Digital stager for filters using diaphragm  valves or PLC for butterfly valves

  • 115V/1Ph/60Hz power supply

  • Stainless steel tank with 100 psi rating

  • Top loading port

  • Schedule 80 PVC face piping

  • PP/PVC sch 80 internal piping and distributor

  • Vent and drain ports

  • High quality

  • Differential pressure initiation for backwash

  • Butterfly valves, air or electrically operated

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

  • NEMA 4 or NEMA 4X enclosures

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • Tanks with higher pressure rating

  • 316 SS or galvanized iron face piping

  • Inlet / Outlet 316 SS pressure gauges

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Manual or automatic air vent valve

  • Vacuum breaker

  • Flanged piping connection

  • Unistrut channel supports

Operation Specifications:

  • Operating Pressure: 2-6.8 bar (30-100psi)

  • Electrical Supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

  • Operating Temperature: 5-50°C (41-122°F)

  • KMnO4 Dosing system is not included

Model No

Flow Rate (GPM)

Tank Size

Media Ft3

Pipe Size

Automatic

Manual

Min.

Avg.

Peak

BW

Multi Layers Filters: Anthracite, Sand and Gravel (Turbidity Removal)

MLF20-A-SS

MLF20-M-SS

22

33

44

33

20X54

6

1-1/2″

MLF24-A-SS

MLF24-M-SS

31

47

63

47

24×54

8

1-1/2″

MLF30-A-SS

MLF30-M-SS

49

74

98

74

30×54

12

1-1/2″

MLF36-A-SS

MLF36-M-SS

71

106

141

106

36×60

18

2″

MLF42-A-SS

MLF42-M-SS

96

144

192

144

42×60

24

3″

MLF48-A-SS

MLF48-M-SS

126

189

251

189

48×60

32

3″

MLF54-A-SS

MLF54-M-SS

159

239

318

239

54×60

40

3″

MLF60-A-SS

MLF60-M-SS

196

294

393

294

60×60

50

4″

MLF66-A-SS

MLF66-M-SS

238

356

475

356

66×60

60

4″

MLF72-A-SS

MLF72-M-SS

283

424

565

424

72×60

71

4″

MLF78-A-SS

MLF78-M-SS

332

498

664

498

78×60

83

6″

MLF84-A-SS

MLF84-M-SS

385

577

770

577

84×60

96

6″

AG Filters: Non Hydrous Silicon Dioxide (Turbidity Removal)

AGF20-A-SS

AGF20-M-SS

11

15

22

22

20X54

6

1-1/2″

AGF24-A-SS

AGF24-M-SS

16

22

31

31

24×54

8

1-1/2″

AGF30-A-SS

AGF30-M-SS

25

34

49

49

30×54

12

1-1/2″

AGF36-A-SS

AGF36-M-SS

35

49

71

71

36×60

18

2″

AGF42-A-SS

AGF42-M-SS

48

67

96

96

42×60

24

2″

AGF48-A-SS

AGF48-M-SS

63

88

126

126

48×60

32

3″

AGF54-A-SS

AGF54-M-SS

80

111

159

159

54×60

40

3″

AGF60-A-SS

AGF60-M-SS

98

137

196

196

60×60

50

3″

AGF66-A-SS

AGF66-M-SS

119

166

238

238

66×60

60

4″

AGF72-A-SS

AGF72-M-SS

141

198

283

283

72×60

71

4″

AGF78-A-SS

AGF78-M-SS

166

232

332

332

78×60

83

6″

AGF84-A-SS

AGF84-M-SS

192

269

385

385

84×60

96

6″

Activated Carbon Filters: Granular Form with High Degree of Porosity (Taste, Odor and Color Removal)

ACF20-A-SS

ACF20-M-SS

11

22

26

26

20X54

6

1-1/2″

ACF24-A-SS

ACF24-M-SS

16

31

38

38

24×54

8

1-1/2″

ACF30-A-SS

ACF30-M-SS

25

49

59

59

30×54

12

1-1/2″

ACF36-A-SS

ACF36-M-SS

35

71

85

85

36×60

18

2″

ACF42-A-SS

ACF42-M-SS

48

96

115

115

42×60

24

2″

ACF48-A-SS

ACF48-M-SS

63

126

151

151

48×60

32

3″

ACF54-A-SS

ACF54-M-SS

80

159

191

191

54×60

40

3″

ACF60-A-SS

ACF60-M-SS

98

196

236

236

60×60

50

3″

ACF66-A-SS

ACF66-M-SS

119

238

285

285

66×60

60

4″

ACF72-A-SS

ACF72-M-SS

141

283

339

339

72×60

71

4″

ACF78-A-SS

ACF78-M-SS

166

332

398

398

78×60

83

6″

ACF84-A-SS

ACF84-M-SS

192

385

462

462

84×60

96

6″

Birm

BRF20-A-SS

BRF20-M-SS

11

22

26

26

20X54

6

1-1/2″

BRF24-A-SS

BRF24-M-SS

16

31

38

38

24×54

8

1-1/2″

BRF30-A-SS

BRF30-M-SS

25

49

59

59

30×54

12

1-1/2″

BRF36-A-SS

BRF36-M-SS

35

71

85

85

36×60

18

2″

BRF42-A-SS

BRF42-M-SS

48

96

115

115

42×60

24

2″

BRF48-A-SS

BRF48-M-SS

63

126

151

151

48×60

32

3″

BRF54-A-SS

BRF54-M-SS

80

159

191

191

54×60

40

3″

BRF60-A-SS

BRF60-M-SS

98

196

236

236

60×60

50

3″

BRF66-A-SS

BRF66-M-SS

119

238

285

285

66×60

60

4″

BRF72-A-SS

BRF72-M-SS

141

283

339

339

72×60

71

4″

BRF78-A-SS

BRF78-M-SS

166

332

398

398

78×60

83

6″

BRF84-A-SS

BRF84-M-SS

192

385

462

462

84×60

96

6″

Calcite Filters: (pH Neutralization)

CTF20-A-SS

CTF20-M-SS

11

22

26

26

20X54

6

1-1/2″

CTF24-A-SS

CTF24-M-SS

16

31

38

38

24×54

8

1-1/2″

CTF30-A-SS

CTF30-M-SS

25

49

59

59

30×54

12

1-1/2″

CTF36-A-SS

CTF36-M-SS

35

71

85

85

36×60

18

2″

CTF42-A-SS

CTF42-M-SS

48

96

115

115

42×60

24

2″

CTF48-A-SS

CTF48-M-SS

63

126

151

151

48×60

32

3″

CTF54-A-SS

CTF54-M-SS

80

159

191

191

54×60

40

3″

CTF60-A-SS

CTF60-M-SS

98

196

236

236

60×60

50

3″

CTF66-A-SS

CTF66-M-SS

119

238

285

285

66×60

60

4″

CTF72-A-SS

CTF72-M-SS

141

283

339

339

72×60

71

4″

CTF78-A-SS

CTF78-M-SS

166

332

398

398

78×60

83

6″

CTF84-A-SS

CTF84-M-SS

192

385

462

462

84×60

96

6″

Manganese Greensand Filters: Enriched Quality with High Catalytic Capacity (Fe, Mn and H2S Reduction)

GSF20-A-SS

GSF20-M-SS

11

22

26

26

20X54

6

1-1/2″

GSF24-A-SS

GSF24-M-SS

16

31

38

38

24×54

8

1-1/2″

GSF30-A-SS

GSF30-M-SS

25

49

59

59

30×54

12

1-1/2″

GSF36-A-SS

GSF36-M-SS

35

71

85

85

36×60

18

2″

GSF42-A-SS

GSF42-M-SS

48

96

115

115

42×60

24

2″

GSF48-A-SS

GSF48-M-SS

63

126

151

151

48×60

32

3″

GSF54-A-SS

GSF54-M-SS

80

159

191

191

54×60

40

3″

GSF60-A-SS

GSF60-M-SS

98

196

236

236

60×60

50

3″

GSF66-A-SS

GSF66-M-SS

119

238

285

285

66×60

60

4″

GSF72-A-SS

GSF72-M-SS

141

283

339

339

72×60

71

4″

GSF78-A-SS

GSF78-M-SS

166

332

398

398

78×60

83

6″

GSF84-A-SS

GSF84-M-SS

192

385

462

462

84×60

96

6″

The ideal applications for Industrial Media Filters include:

  • Wastewater
  • Cooling water
  • Suspended solids reduction
  • Industrial process water
  • Storm water
  • Iron and manganese removal
  • Water features (fountains, etc.)
  • Potable (drinking) water
  • Swimming pool water
  • Irrigation water
Industrial FRP Tank Water Media Filter MF-600

Industrial FRP Tank Water Media Filter MF-600

Service Flow Rates:

19 to 806 GPM

(4.4 to 183 M3/hr)

  • Fiberglass (FRP) Tanks
  • Diaphragm and Butterfly Valves
  • Digital Stager or PLC

Pure Aqua, Inc. ; as an industrial water filter manufacturer; produces pressure filters.

Pure Aqua’s pressure filters clarify water by removing unpleasant tastes and odors, iron, sediment, turbidity, unwanted color, and suspended particles, all of which are commonly found in surface water. They can be used in a variety of services including: municipal, industrial, and institutional applications.

Filter Media Types

  • Manganese Greensand media is treated siliceous material for treating water containing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide through oxidation.
  • Anthracite is recommended as a filter medium where additional silica in the water is not desirable and can remove lighter weight turbidity. Anthracite is typically used in applications where silica pickup is undesireable.
  • Activated carbon medium is used to remove taste, odor, organic contaminants, and chlorine as well as being used in many drinking water applications.
  • ProSand is based on a rare natural mineral. Its unique properties radically improve the performance and cost of media filtration.
  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity. Graded in various ranges, Pure Aqua sand can be used as filtration medium or underbedding depending on particle size and application.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • Calcite media is specially graded calcium carbonate compound for neutralizing acid with consistent dissolving rates for water treatment.
  • Multimedia is required when maximum quality water is required and unwanted sediment is too small to be removed by standard media. It consists of multiple layers of increasing grain size to remove sediment as small as 10 microns.

Advantages of Multimedia Filtration

  • Relatively inexpensive, no recurring cost of consumables
  • Proven process and most tested forms of water treatment
  • Systems are robust with no moving parts inside the tanks
  • Modular control valves designed for operational flexibility
  • Filtration media is inexpensive and long-lasting
  • Easily cleaned and maintained
  • Resistant to fouling (clogging)

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle

Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes.

Backwash Cycle

When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed. For media filters, the backwash flow is always higher than the service flow rate.

Standard Features:

Available Options:

  • Vent and drain ports

  • FRP tank with 150 psi rating (55”, 71”- 86”) 100 psi

  • Top loading port

  • Digital stager for filters using diaphragm valves or PLC for butterfly valves

  • 1/4” tubing between stager and valves

  • Schedule 80 PVC face piping

  • 1”-3” Noryl diaphragm valves or butterfly valves for 4” or larger

  • 115V/1Ph/60Hz power supply

  • PP/PVC sch 80 internal piping and distributor

  • High quality media

  • Unistrut channel supports

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

  • Differential pressure initiation for backwash

  • Inlet / Outlet 316 SS pressure gauges

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Manual or automatic air vent valve

  • 316 SS or galvanized iron face piping

  • NEMA 4 or NEMA 4X enclosures

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • Tanks with higher pressure rating

  • Vacuum breaker

  • Flanged piping connection

Operation Specifications:

  • Operating pressure: 2-6.8 bar (30-100 psi)

  • Electrical supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

  • Operating temperature: 2-38°C (35-100°F)

  • Filters can be supplied in 240V/1Ph/50Hz

 


Model Number


Max Flow (GPM)



Tank Size D”xH”



Media Qty. (ft3)



Pipe Size


Approx
Weight
(lbs)

Automatic

Manual

Min.

Avg.

Peak

BW

Multi Layer Filters: Anthracite, Sand and Gravel (Turbidity Removal)

MLF21-A-F

MLF21-M-F

24

36

48

36

21×65

8

1-1/2″

963

MLF24-A-F

MLF24-M-F

31

47

63

47

24×72

12

1-1/2″

1,290

MLF30-A-F

MLF30-M-F

49

74

98

74

30×72

18

2″

2,035

MLF36-A-F

MLF36-M-F

71

106

141

106

36×72

24

3″

3,113

MLF42-A-F

MLF42-M-F

96

144

192

144

42×72

32

3″

4,670

MLF48-A-F

MLF48-M-F

126

188

251

188

48×72

40

3″

5,873

MLF55-A-F

MLF55-M-F

165

247

330

247

55×86

50

3″

7,138

MLF63-A-F

MLF63-M-F

216

325

433

325

63×86

60

3″

9,959

MLF71-A-F

MLF71-M-F

275

412

550

412

71×89

71

6″

11,170

MLF79-A-F

MLF79-M-F

340

510

680

510

79×93

83

6″

12,750

MLF86-A-F

MLF86-M-F

403

605

806

605

86×100

96

6″

14,583

AG Filters: Non Hydrous Silicon Dioxide (Turbidity Removal)

AGF21-A-F

AGF21-M-F

19

24

29

24

21×65

8

1-1/2″

513

AGF24-A-F

AGF24-M-F

25

31

38

31

24×72

12

1-1/2″

713

AGF30-A-F

AGF30-M-F

39

49

59

49

30×72

18

2″

1,169

AGF36-A-F

AGF36-M-F

57

71

85

71

36×72

24

2″

1,703

AGF42-A-F

AGF42-M-F

77

96

115

96

42×72

32

3″

2,810

AGF48-A-F

AGF48-M-F

100

126

151

126

48×72

40

3″

3,563

AGF55-A-F

AGF55-M-F

132

165

198

165

55×86

50

3″

4,250

AGF63-A-F

AGF63-M-F

173

216

260

216

63×86

60

3″

6,494

AGF71-A-F

AGF71-M-F

220

275

330

275

71×89

71

4″

7,094

AGF79-A-F

AGF79-M-F

272

340

408

340

79×93

83

6″

7,969

AGF86-A-F

AGF86-M-F

323

403

484

403

86×100

96

6″

9,063

Activated Carbon Filters: Granular Form with High Degree of Porosity (Taste, Odor, and Color Removal)

ACF21-A-F

ACF21-M-F

19

24

29

24

21×65

8

1-1/2″

538

ACF24-A-F

ACF24-M-F

25

31

38

31

24×72

12

1-1/2″

744

ACF30-A-F

ACF30-M-F

39

49

59

49

30×72

18

2″

1,216

ACF36-A-F

ACF36-M-F

57

71

85

71

36×72

24

2″

1,778

ACF42-A-F

ACF42-M-F

77

96

115

96

42×72

32

2″

2,910

ACF48-A-F

ACF48-M-F

100

126

151

126

48×72

40

3″

3,688

ACF55-A-F

ACF55-M-F

132

165

198

165

55×86

50

3″

4,406

ACF63-A-F

ACF63-M-F

173

216

260

216

63×86

60

3″

6,681

ACF71-A-F

ACF71-M-F

220

275

330

275

71×89

71

4″

7,316

ACF79-A-F

ACF79-M-F

272

340

408

340

79×93

83

6″

8,228

ACF86-A-F

ACF86-M-F

323

403

484

403

86×100

96

6″

9,363

Birm Filters: (Fe, Mn, H2S Reduction)

BRF21-A-F

BRF21-M-F

19

24

29

24

21×65

8

1-1/2″

703

BRF24-A-F

BRF24-M-F

25

31

38

31

24×72

10

1-1/2″

950

BRF30-A-F

BRF30-M-F

39

49

59

49

30×72

15

2″

1,525

BRF36-A-F

BRF36-M-F

57

71

85

71

36×72

24

2″

2,273

BRF42-A-F

BRF42-M-F

77

96

115

96

42×72

32

3″

3,570

BRF48-A-F

BRF48-M-F

100

126

151

126

48×72

40

3″

4,513

BRF55-A-F

BRF-55-M-F

132

165

198

165

55×86

50

3″

5,438

BRF63-A-F

BRF63-M-F

173

216

260

216

63×86

60

3″

7,919

BRF71-A-F

BRF71-M-F

220

275

330

275

71×89

71

4″

8,780

BRF79-A-F

BRF79-M-F

272

340

408

340

79×93

83

6″

9,940

BRF86-A-F

BRF86-A-F

323

403

484

403

86×100

96

6″

11,343

Calcite Filters: (pH Neutralization)

CTF21-A-F

CTF21-M-F

19

24

29

24

21×65

8

1-1/2″

763

CTF24-A-F

CTF24-M-F

25

31

38

31

24×72

10

1-1/2″

1,025

CTF30-A-F

CTF30-M-F

39

49

59

49

30×72

15

2″

1,638

CTF36-A-F

CTF36-M-F

57

71

85

71

36×72

24

2″

2,453

CTF42-A-F

CTF42-M-F

77

96

115

96

42×72

32

3″

3,810

CTF48-A-F

CTF48-M-F

100

126

151

126

48×72

40

3″

4,813

CTF55-A-F

CTF55-M-F

132

165

198

165

55×86

50

3″

5,813

CTF63-A-F

CTF63-M-F

173

216

260

216

63×86

60

3″

8,369

CTF71-A-F

CTF71-M-F

220

275

330

275

71×89

71

4″

9,313

CTF79-A-F

CTF79-M-F

272

340

408

340

79×93

83

6″

10,563

CTF86-A-F

CTF86-M-F

323

403

484

403

86×100

96

6″

12,063

Manganese Greensand Filters: Enriched Quality with High Catalytic Capacity (Fe, Mn and H2S Reduction)

GSF21-A-F

GSF21-M-F

19

24

29

24

21×65

8

1-1/2″

1,153

GSF24-A-F

GSF24-M-F

25

31

38

31

24×72

10

1-1/2″

1,513

GSF30-A-F

GSF30-M-F

39

49

59

49

30×72

15

2″

2,369

GSF36-A-F

GSF36-M-F

57

71

85

71

36×72

24

2″

3,623

GSF42-A-F

GSF42-M-F

77

96

115

96

42×72

32

3″

5,370

GSF48-A-F

GSF48-M-F

100

126

151

126

48×72

40

3″

6,763

GSF55-A-F

GSF55-M-F

132

165

198

165

55×86

50

3″

8,250

GSF63-A-F

GSF63-M-F

173

216

260

216

63×86

60

3″

11,294

GSF71-A-F

GSF71-M-F

220

275

330

275

71×89

71

4″

12,774

GSF79-A-F

GSF79-M-F

272

340

408

340

79×93

83

6″

14,609

GSF86-A-F

GSF86-M-F 3

323

403

484

403

86×100

96

6″

16,743

Ideal applications for Media Filters include:

  • Iron and manganese removal

  • Wastewater

  • Cooling water

  • Water features (fountains, etc.)

  • Industrial process water

  • Storm Water

  • Irrigation water

  • Swimming pool water

  • Potable (drinking) water

  • Suspended solids reduction

pure aqua industrial media. mf-500

Commercial FRP Water Media Filtration System MF-500 with Autotrol Valve

Service Flow Rates:

1.9 to 117 GPM

(0.6 to 26.4 M3/hr)

  • Fiberglass (FRP) Tanks
  • Magnum Autotrol Valves
  • Programmable Regeneration

Pure Aqua pressure filters clarify water by removing suspended particles, unpleasant tastes and odors, turbidity, sediment, iron, and unwanted color, all of which are commonly found in surface water. They can be used in a variety of services including: industrial, municipal, and institutional applications.

Filter Media Types

  • Activated carbon medium is used to remove taste, odor, organic contaminants, and chlorine as well as being used in many drinking water applications.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity. Graded in various ranges, Pure Aqua sand can be used as filtration medium or underbedding depending on particle size and application.
  • ProSand is based on a rare natural mineral. Its unique properties radically improve the performance and cost of media filtration.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • Anthracite is recommended as a filter medium where additional silica in the water is not desirable and can remove lighter weight turbidity. Anthracite is typically used in applications where silica pick-up is undesireable.
  • Calcite media is specially graded calcium carbonate compound for neutralizing acid with consistent dissolving rates for water treatment.
  • Manganese Greensand media is treated siliceous material for treating water containing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide through oxidation.
  • Multimedia is required when maximum quality water is required and unwanted sediment is too small to be removed by standard media. It consists of multiple layers of increasing grain size to remove sediment as small as 10 microns.

Advantages of Multimedia Filtration

  • Relatively inexpensive, no recurring cost of consumables
  • Proven process and most tested forms of water treatment
  • Systems are robust with no moving parts inside the tanks
  • Modular control valves designed for operational flexibility
  • Filtration media is inexpensive and long-lasting
  • Easily cleaned and maintained
  • Resistant to fouling (clogging)

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle
Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes.

Backwash Cycle
When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed. For media filters, the backwash flow is always higher than the service flow rate.

Standard Features:

Available Options:

  • Time controller for backwash scheduling

  • High performance FRP tank

  • All internals are plastic materials

  • 115V/1Ph/60Hz

  • Automatic backwash valve

  • High quality media

  • Operating pressure: 25 – 125 psi (2 – 8.6 bars)

  • Operating temperature: 350°-1000°F (20°- 380°C)

  • Flow controller to limit backwash flow

  • Auxiliary micro switch

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Duplex systems

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • Vacuum breaker

  • Filters using diaphragm valves

  • Stainless steel tanks

  • Inlet / Outlet pressure gauges

  • Epoxy coated steel tanks

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

Operation Specifications:

  • Operating pressure: 25-100 psi (1.73-6.9 bar)

  • Operating temperature: 41-122°F (5-50°C)

  • Electrical supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

Model No.

Flow Rate (GPM)

Tank 
(D”xH”)

Media 
Ft3

Pipe 
Size

Approx
Weight
(lbs)

Min

Avg

Peak

BW

Multi Layer Filters: Anthracite, Sand and Gravel(Turbidity Removal)

263A705MM

2.7

4.0

5.3

4.0

7X44

0.5

1″

75

26A8075MM

3.5

5.4

7.0

5.4

8X44

0.75

1″

95

263A910MM

4.4

6.6

8.8

6.6

9X48

1

1″

118

263A1015MM

5.4

8.1

10.8

8.1

10×54

1.5

1″

156

263A1220MM

7.8

11.7

15.6

11.7

12X52

2

1″

204

263A1325MM

9.2

13.8

18.4

13.8

13X54

2.5

1″

267

CV1435MM

10.7

16.1

21.4

16.1

14X65

3.5

1-1/2″

366

CV1645MM

13.9

20.9

27.8

20.9

16X65

4.5

1-1/2″

462

CV1855MM

17.7

26.6

35.4

26.6

18X65

5.5

1-1/2″

577

CV2160MM

24.1

36.2

48.2

36.2

21×62

6

1-1/2″

761

CV24100MM

31.4

47.1

62.8

47.1

24×72

10

1-1/2″

981

CVP30150MM

49.1

73.7

98.2

73.7

30×72

15

2″

1,544

CVP36210MM

70.7

106.1

116.2

106.1

36×72

21

2″

1,900

AG Filters:Non-Hydrous Silicon Dioxide (Turbidity Removal)

263A705AG

2.7

4.0

5.3

4.0

7×44

0.5

1″

50

26A8075AG

3.5

5.4

7.0

5.4

8X44

0.75

1″

55 

263A910AG

4.4

6.6

8.8

6.6

9X48

1

1″

62 

263A1015AG

5.4

8.1

10.8

8.1

10X54

1.5

1″

81 

263A1220AG

7.8

11.7

15.6

11.7

12X52

2

1″

106 

263A1325AG

9.2

13.8

18.4

13.8

13×54

2.5

1″

125 

CV1435AG

10.7

16.1

21.4

16.1

14×65

3.5

1-1/2″

156 

CV1645AG

13.9

20.9

27.8

20.9

16×65

4.5

1-1/2″

200 

CV1855AG

17.1

26.6

35.4

26.6

18×65

5.5

1-1/2″

284 

CV2160AG

24.1

36.2

48.2

36.2

21×62

6

1-1/2″

360 

CV24100AG

31.4

47.1

62.8

47.1

24×72

10

1-1/2″

480 

CVP30150AG

49.1

73.7

98.2

73.7

30×72

15

2″

770 

CVP36210AG

70.7

106.1

116.2

106.1

36×72

21

2″

1050 

Activated Carbon Filters: Granular Form with High Degree of Porosity (Taste,odor and Color Removal)

263A705AC

1.9

2.1

3.2

3.2

7X44

0.5

1″

50 

26A8075AC

2.5

2.8

4.2

4.2

8X44

0.75

1″

55 

263A910AC

3.1

3.5

5.3

5.3

9X48

1

1″

62 

263A1015AC

3.8

4.3

6.5

6.5

10X54

1.5

1″

81 

263A1220AC

5.5

6.2

9.4

9.4

12×52

2

1″

106 

263A1325AC

6.4

7.4

11.0

11.0

13×54

2.5

1″

125 

CV1435AC

7.5

8.6

12.8

12.8

14×65

3.5

1-1/2″

156 

CV1645AC

9.7

11.1

16.7

16.7

16×65

4.5

1-1/2″

200 

CV1855AC

12.4

14.2

21.2

21.2

18×65

5.5

1-1/2″

284 

CV2160AC

16.9

19.3

28.9

28.9

21×62

6

1-1/2″

360 

CV24100AC

22.0

25.1

37.7

37.7

24×72

10

1 1/2″

480 

CVP30150AC

34.4

39.3

58.9

58.9

30×72

15

2″

770 

CVP36210AC

49.5

56.6

84.8

84.8

36×72

21

2″

1,050 

Birm Filters: Insoluble Catalyst (Fe and Mn Reduction)

263A705BM

1.9

2.1

3.2

3.2

7X44

0.5

1″

60 

26A8075BM

2.5

2.8

4.2

4.2

8X44

0.75

1″

65 

263A910BM

3.1

3.5

5.3

5.3

9X48

1

1″

75 

263A1015BM

3.8

4.3

6.5

6.5

10×54

1.5

1″

98 

263A1220BM

5.5

6.2

9.4

9.4

12×52

2

1″

130 

263A1325BM

6.4

7.4

11.0

11.0

13×54

2.5

1″

150 

CV1435BM

7.5

8.6

12.8

12.8

14×65

3.5

1-1/2″

164 

CV1645BM

9.7

11.1

16.7

16.7

16×65

4.5

1-1/2″

230 

CV1855BM

12.4

14.2

21.2

21.2

18×65

5.5

1-1/2″

315 

CV2160BM

16.9

19.3

28.9

28.9

21×62

6

1-1/2″

448 

CV24100BM

22.0

25.1

37.7

37.7

24×72

10

1-1/2″

594 

CVP30150BM

34.4

39.3

58.9

58.9

30×72

15

2″

957 

CVP36210BM

49.5

56.6

84.8

84.8

36×72

21

2″

1250 

Calcite Filters:

263A705CF

1.9

2.1

3.2

3.2

7X44

0.5

1″

90 

26A8075CF

2.5

2.8

4.2

4.2

8X44

0.75

1″

114 

263A910CF

3.1

3.5

5.3

5.3

9X48

1

1″

142 

263A1015CF

3.8

4.3

6.5

6.5

10X54

1.5

1″

188 

263A1220CF

5.5

6.2

9.4

9.4

12X52

2

1″

245 

263A1325CF

6.4

7.4

11.0

11.0

13X54

2.5

1″

320 

CV1435CF

7.5

8.6

12.8

12.8

14×65

3.5

1-1/2″

440 

CV1645CF

9.7

11.1

16.7

16.7

16×65

4.5

1-1/2″

550 

CV1855CF

12.4

14.2

21.2

21.2

18×65

5.5

1-1/2″

693 

CV2160CF

16.9

19.3

28.9

28.9

21×62

6

1-1/2″

910 

CV24100CF

22.0

25.1

37.7

37.7

24×72

10

1-1/2″

1180 

CVP30150CF

34.4

39.3

58.9

58.9

30×72

15

2″

1850 

CVP36210CF

49.5

56.6

84.8

84.8

36×72

21

2″

2280 

The ideal applications of a Media Filter include:

  • Water features (fountains, etc.)

  • Wastewater

  • Cooling water

  • Suspended solids reduction

  • Commercial process water

  • Storm water

  • Irrigation water

  • Iron and manganese removal

  • Swimming pool water

  • Potable (drinking) water

pure aqua commercial media. mf-400

Commercial FRP Tank Water Media Filter MF-400 with Fleck Valve

Service Flow Rates:

1.9 to 125 GPM

(0.6 to 29 M3/hr)

  • Fiberglass (FRP) Tanks
  • Fleck Control Valves
  • Programmable Regeneration

Pure Aqua supplies a wide range of filter media that meet industry standards for efficient and effective filtration. Pure Aqua pressure filters clarify water by removing sediment, turbidity, iron, unpleasant tastes and odors, suspended particles, and unwanted color, all of which are commonly found in surface water. They can be used in a variety of service conditions including, but not limited to: industrial, municipal, and institutional applications.

Filter Media Types

  • Activated carbon medium is used to remove taste, odor, organic contaminants, and chlorine as well as being used in many drinking water applications.
  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity. Graded in various ranges, Pure Aqua sand can be used as filtration medium or under-bedding depending on particle size and application.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • ProSand is based on a rare natural mineral. Its unique properties radically improve the performance and cost of media filtration.
  • Anthracite is recommended as a filter medium where additional silica in the water is not desirable and can remove lighter weight turbidity. Anthracite is typically used in applications where silica pick-up is undesirable.
  • Calcite media is specially graded calcium carbonate compound for neutralizing acid with consistent dissolving rates for water treatment.
  • Manganese Green-sand media is treated siliceous material for treating water containing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulphide through oxidation.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Multimedia is required when maximum quality water is required and unwanted sediment is too small to be removed by standard media. It consists of multiple layers of increasing grain size to remove sediment as small as 10 microns.

Advantages of Multimedia Filtration

  • Relatively inexpensive, no recurring cost of consumables
  • Proven process and most tested forms of water treatment
  • Systems are robust with no moving parts inside the tanks
  • Modular control valves designed for operational flexibility
  • Filtration media is inexpensive and long-lasting
  • Easily cleaned and maintained
  • Resistant to fouling (clogging)

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle
Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes.

Backwash Cycle
When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed. For media filters, the backwash flow is always higher than the service flow rate.

commercial water media filters mf-400 series features

 

Standard Features:

Available Options:

  • High performance FRP tank

  • 115V/1Ph/60Hz power supply

  • Automatic backwash valve

  • Top mounted Fleck valve

  • Time controller for scheduled backwash cycle

  • Flow controller to limit backwash flow

  • All internals are plastic materials

  • Vacuum breaker

  • Auxiliary micro switch

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Epoxy coated steel tanks

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

  • Filters using diaphragm valve

  • Inlet / Outlet pressure gauges

  • Duplex systems

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • Stainless steel tanks

  • Differential pressure switch and gauge

Operation Specifications:

  • Operating pressure: 25-100 psi (1.73-6.9 bar)

  • Operating temperature: 41-122°F (5-50°C)

  • Electrical supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

 

Model No.

 

Flow Rate (GPM)

Tank 
(D”xH”)

Media 
Ft3

Pipe 
Size

Approx.
Weight
(lbs)

Option 1

Option 2

Min

Avg

Peak

BW

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

Multi Layer Filters: Anthracite, Sand and Gravel(Turbidity Removal)

56F705MM

58F705MM

2.7

0.6

4.0

0.9

5.3

1.2

4.0

0.9

7X44

0.5

0.75″

1″64

56F8075MM

58F8075MM

3.5 

0.8

5.4

1.2

7.0

1.6

5.4

1.2

8X44

0.75

0.75″

1″79

56F910MM

58F910MM

4.4

1.0

6.6

1.5

8.8

2.0

6.6

1.5

9X48

1

0.75″

1″110

56F1015MM

58F1015MM

5.4

1.2

8.1

1.8

10.8

2.5

8.1

1.8

10X54

1.5

0.75″

1″141

58F1220MM

 

7.8

1.8

11.7

2.7

15.6

3.5

11.7

2.7

12X52

2

1″

200

58F1325MM

 

9.2

2.1

13.8

3.1

18.4

4.2

13.8

3.1

13X54

2.5

1″

236

58F1435MM

28F1435MM

10.7

2.4

16.1

3.7

21.4

4.9

16.1

3.7

14X65

3.5

1.25″

1.5″344

58F1645MM

28F1645MM

13.9

3.2

20.9

4.8

27.8

6.3

20.9

4.8

16X65

4.5

1.25″

1.5″430

58F1855MM

28F1855MM

17.7

4.0

26.6

6.0

35.4

8.0

26.6

6.0

18X65

5.5

1.25″

1.5″650

28F2175MM

 

24.1

5.5

36.2

8.2

48.2

11.0

36.2

8.2

21X62

7.5

1.5″

805

28F24100MM

 

31.4

7.1

47.1

10.7

62.8

14.3

47.1

10.7

24X72

10

1.5″

1067

31F30150MM

 

49.1

11.2

73.7

16.8

98.2

22.3

73.7

16.8

30X72

15

2″

1693

31F36210MM

 

70.7

16.1

106.1

24.1

116.2

26.4

106.1

24.1

36X72

21

2″

2555

31F42280MM

 

96.2

21.9

116.2

26.4

125.0

28.4

116.2

26.4

42X72

28

2″

3801

AG Filters:Non-Hydrous Silicon Dioxide (Turbidity Removal)

56F705AG

 58F705AG

1.9

0.4

2.7

0.6

3.2

0.7

2.7

0.6

7X44

0.5

0.75″

1″39

56F8075AG

58F8075AG

2.5

0.6

3.5

0.8

4.2

1.0

3.5

0.8

8X44

0.75

0.75″

1″46

56F910AG

58F910AG

3.1

0.7

4.4

1.0

5.3

1.2

4.4

1.0

9X48

1

0.75″

1″58

56F1015AG

58F1015AG

4.8

0.9

5.4

1.2

6.5

1.5

5.4

1.2

10X54

1.5

0.75″

1″72

58F1220AG

 

5.5

1.2

7.8

1.8

9.4

2.1

7.8

1.8

12X52

2

1″

92

58F1325AG

 

6.4

1.5

9.2

2.1

11.0

2.5

9.2

2.1

13X54

2.5

1″

105

58F1435AG

28F1435AG

7.5

1.7

10.7

2.4

12.8

2.9

10.7

2.4

14X65

3.5

1.25″

1.5″155

58F1645AG

28F1645AG

9.7

2.2

13.9

3.2

16.7

3.8

13.9

3.2

16X65

4.5

1.25″

1.5″185

58F1855AG

28F1855AG

12.4

2.8

17.7

4.0

21.2

4.8

17.7

4.0

18X65

5.5

1.25″

1.5″241

28F2175AG

 

16.9

3.8

24.1

5.5

28.9

6.6

24.1

5.5

21X62

7.5

1.5″

354

28F24100AG

 

22.0

5.0

31.4

7.1

37.7

8.6

31.4

7.1

24X72

10

1.5″

455

31F30150AG

 

34.4

7.8

49.1

11.2

58.9

13.4

49.1

11.2

30X72

15

2″

761

31F36210AG

 

49.5

11.2

70.7

16.1

84.8

19.3

70.7

16.1

36X72

21

2″

1137

31F42280AG

 

67.3

15.3

96.2

21.9

115.4

26.2

96.2

21.9

42X72

28

2″

1638

Activated Carbon Filters: Granular Form with High Degree of Porosity (Taste,odor and Color Removal)

56F705AC

58F705AC

1.9

0.4

2.7

0.6

3.2

0.7

3.2

0.7

07X44

0.5

0.75″

1″40

56F8075AC

58F8075AC

2.5

0.6

3.5

0.8

4.2

1.0

4.2

1.0

08X44

0.75

0.75″

1″48

56F910AC

58F910AC

3.1

0.7

4.4

1.0

5.3

1.2

5.3

1.2

9X48

1

0.75″

1″61

56F1015AC

58F1015AC

3.8

0.9

5.4

1.2

6.5

1.5

6.5

1.5

10X54

1.5

0.75″

1″76

58F1220AC

 

5.5

1.2

7.8

1.8

9.4

2.1

9.4

2.1

12X52

2

1″

97

58F1325AC

 

6.4

1.5

9.2

2.1

11.0

2.5

11.0

2.5

13X54

2.5

1″

 111

58F1435AC

28F1435AC

7.5

1.7

10.7

2.4

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X65

3.5

1.25″

1.5″164

58F1645AC

28F1645AC

9.7

2.2

13.9

3.2

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X65

4.5

1.25″

1.5″196
58F1855AC28F1855AC

12.4

2.8

17.7

4.0

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X65

5.5

1.25″

1.5″254

58F2175AC

28F2175AC

16.9

3.8

24.1

5.5

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X62

7.5

1.25″

1.5″465

28F24100AC

 

22.0

5.0

31.4

7.1

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X72

10

1.5″

630

31F30150AC

 

34.4

7.8

49.1

11.2

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X72

15

2″

1038

31F36210AC

 

49.5

11.2

70.7

16.1

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X72

21

2″

1487

31F42280AC

 

67.3

15.3

96.2

21.9

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X72

28

2″

2393

Birm Filters: Insoluble Catalyst (Fe and Mn Reduction)

56F705BM

58F705BM

1.9

0.4

2.7

 0.6

3.2

0.7

3.2

0.7

7X44

0.5

0.75″

1″48

56F8075BM

58F8075BM

2.5

0.6

3.5

0.8

4.2

1.0

4.2

1.0

8X44

0.75

0.75″

1″60

56F910BM

58F910BM

3.1

0.7

4.4

1.0

5.3

1.2

5.3

1.2

9X48

1

0.75″

1″77

56F1015BM

58F1015BM

3.8

0.9

5.4

1.2

6.5

1.5

6.5

1.5

10X54

1.5

0.75″

1″100

58F1220BM

 

5.5

1.2

7.8

1.8

9.4

2.1

9.4

2.1

12X52

2

1″

 130

58F1325BM

 

6.4

1.5

9.2

2.1

11.0

2.5

11.0

2.5

13X54

2.5

1″

 153

58F1435BM

28F1435BM

7.5

1.7

10.7

2.4

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X65

3.5

1.25″

1.5″222

58F1645BM

28F1645BM

9.7

2.2

13.9

3.2

16.7

3.9

16.7

3.8

16X65

4.5

1.25″

1.5″270

58F1855BM

28F1855BM

12.4

2.8

17.7

4.0

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X65

5.5

1.25″

1.5″345

28F2175BM

 

16.9

3.8

24.1

5.5

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X62

7.5

1.5″

597

28F24100BM

 

22.0

5.0

31.4

7.1

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X72

10

1.5″

795

31F30150BM

 

34.4

7.8

49.1

11.2

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X72

15

2″

1285

31F36210BM

 

49.5

11.2

70.7

16.1

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X72

21

2″

1883

31F42280BM

 

67.3

15.3

96.2

21.9

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X72

28

2″

2921

Calcite Filters:

56F705CF

58F705CF

1.9

0.4

2.7

0.6

3.2

0.7

3.2

0.7

7X44

0.5

0.75″

1″51

56F8075CF

58F8075CF

2.5

0.6

3.5

0.8

4.2

1.0

4.2

1.0

8X44

0.75

0.75″

1″65

56F910CF

58F910CF

3.1

0.7

4.4

1.0

5.3

1.2

5.3

1.2

9X48

1

0.75″

1″83

56F1015CF

58F1015CF

3.8

0.9

5.4

1.2

6.5

1.5

6.5

1.5

10X54

1.5

0.75″

1″109

58F1220CF

 

5.5

1.2

7.8

1.8

9.4

2.1

9.4

2.1

12X52

2

1″

142

58F1325CF

 

6.4

1.5

9.2

2.1

11.0

2.5

11.0

2.5

13X54

2.5

1″

168

58F1435CF

28F1435CF

7.5

1.7

10.7

2.4

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X65

3.5

1.25″

1.5″243

58F1645CF

28F1645CF

9.7

2.2

13.9

3.2

16.7

3.8

26.7

3.8

16X65

4.5

1.25″

1.5″297

58F1855CF

28F1855CF

12.4

2.8

17.7

4.0

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X65

5.5

1.25″

1.5″378

58F2175CF

 

16.9

3.8

24.1

5.5

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X62

7.5

1.5″

645

28F24100CF

 

22.0

5.0

31.4

7.1

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X72

10

1.5″

855

31F30150CF

 

34.4

7.8

49.1

11.2

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X72

15

2″

1375

31F36210CF

 

49.5

11.2

70.7

16.1

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X72

21

2″

2027

31F42280CF

 

67.3

15.3

96.2

21.9

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X72

28

2″

3113

Manganese Greensand Filters: Enriched Quality with High Catalytic Capacity (Fe, Mn and H2S Reduction)

56F705GS58F705GS1.90.42.70.63.20.73.20.77X440.50.75″1″71
56F8075GS58F8075GS2.50.63.50.84.21.04.21.08X440.750.75″1″94
56F910GS58F910GS3.10.74.41.05.31.25.31.29X4810.75″1″122
56F1015GS58F1015GS3.80.95.41.26.51.56.51.510X541.50.75″1″168
58F1220GS 5.51.27.81.89.42.19.4 2.112X5221″220
58F1325GS 6.41.59.22.111.02.511.02.513X542.51″265
58F1435GS28F1435GS7.51.710.72.412.82.912.82.914X653.51.25″1.5″379
58F1645GS28F1645GS9.72.213.93.216.73.816.73.816X654.51.25″1.5″473
58F1855GS28F1855GS12.42.817.74.021.24.821.24.818X655.51.25″1.5″593
28F2175GS 16.93.824.15.528.96.628.96.621X627.51.5″957
28F24100GS 22.05.031.47.137.78.637.78.624X72101.5″1245
31F30150GS 34.47.849.1

11.2

58.913.458.913.430X72152″1960
31F36210GS 49.511.270.716.184.819.384.819.336X72212″2963
31F42280GS 67.315.396.221.9115.426.2115.426.242X72282″4361

The applications of Commercial Media Filters include:

  • Suspended solids reduction

  • Wastewater

  • Iron and manganese removal

  • Water features (fountains, etc.)

  • Potable (drinking) water

  • Swimming pool water

  • Storm water

  • Cooling water

  • Commercial process water

  • Irrigation water

pure aqua commercial media. mf-410

Commercial Steel Tank Water Media Filter MF-410 with Fleck Valve

Service Flow Rates:

7.5 to 125 GPM

(1.7 to 29 M3/hr)

  • Epoxy Coated Carbon Steel Tanks
  • Fleck Control Valves
  • Programmable Regeneration

Pure Aqua pressure filters can be used in a variety of service conditions including, but not limited to: industrial, municipal, and institutional applications. They clarify water by removing iron, sediment, unpleasant odors and tastes, turbidity, suspended particles, and unwanted color, all of which are commonly found in surface water.

Filter Media Types

  • ProSand is based on a rare natural mineral. Its unique properties radically improve the performance and cost of media filtration.
  • Manganese Greensand media is treated siliceous material for treating water containing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide through oxidation.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • Anthracite is recommended as a filter medium where additional silica in the water is not desirable and can remove lighter weight turbidity. Anthracite is typically used in applications where silica pick-up is undesireable.
  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity. Graded in various ranges, Pure Aqua sand can be used as filtration medium or underbedding depending on particle size and application.
  • Calcite media is specially graded calcium carbonate compound for neutralizing acid with consistent dissolving rates for water treatment.
  • Activated carbon medium is used to remove taste, odor, organic contaminants, and chlorine as well as being used in many drinking water applications.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Multimedia is required when maximum quality water is required and unwanted sediment is too small to be removed by standard media. It consists of multiple layers of increasing grain size to remove sediment as small as 10 microns.

Advantages of Multimedia Filtration

  • Relatively inexpensive, no recurring cost of consumables
  • Proven process and most tested forms of water treatment
  • Systems are robust with no moving parts inside the tanks
  • Modular control valves designed for operational flexibility
  • Filtration media is inexpensive and long-lasting
  • Easily cleaned and maintained
  • Resistant to fouling (clogging)

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle
Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes.

Backwash Cycle
When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed. For media filters, the backwash flow is always higher than the service flow rate.

commercial water media filters mf-410 series features
 
 

Standard Features:

Available Features:

  • Top mounted Fleck valve

  • High performance epoxy lined, primer coated, top mounted, steel tank

  • All internals are plastic materials

  • Automatic backwash valve

  • Time controller for scheduled backwash cycle

  • Inlet / Outlet pressure gauges

  • Flow controller to limit backwash flow

  • High quality media

  • Auxiliary micro switch

  • Duplex systems

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • FRP Tanks

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Stainless steel tanks

  • Differential pressure switch and gauge

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

  • Vacuum breakers

  • Filters using diaphragm valves

commercial water media filters mf-410 series specifications

Operation Specifications:

  • Operating pressure: 25-100 psi (1.73-6.9 bar)

  • Electrical supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

  • Operating temperature: 41-122°F (5-50°C)

  • Filters can be supplied in 240V/1Ph/50Hz

Model No.

Flow Rate

Tank
(D”xH”)

Media
Ft3

Pipe
Size

Approx.
Weight
(lbs)

Minimum

Continuous

Peak

Backwsh

Option 1

Option 2

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

Multi Layer Filters: Anthracite, Sand and Gravel(Turbidity Removal)

58F1435MM-ST

28F1435MM-ST

10.7

2.4

16.1

3.6

21.4

4.9

16.1

3.6

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″401

58F1645MM-ST

28F1645MM-ST

13.9

3.2

20.9

4.8

27.8

6.3

20.9

4.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″511

58F1855MM-ST

28F1855MM-ST

17.7

4.0

26.6

6.0

35.4

8.0

26.6

6.0

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″644

28F2175MM-ST

24.1

5.5

36.2

8.3

48.2

11.0

36.2

8.3

21X60

7.5

1.5″

875

28F24100MM-ST

31.4

7.1

47.1

10.7

62.8

14.3

47.1

10.7

24X60

10

1.5″

1,128

31F30150MM-ST

49.1

11.2

73.7

16.8

98.2

22.3

73.7

16.8

30X60

15

2″

1,776

31F36210MM-ST

70.7

16.1

106.1

24.2

116.2

26.4

106.1

24.2

36X60

21

2″

2,185

31F42250MM-ST

96.2

22.0

116.2

26.4

125.0

28.4

125.0

28.4

42X60

28

2″

2,760

AG Filters: Non-Hydrous Silicon Dioxide (Turbidity Removal)

58F1435AG-ST

28F1435AG-ST

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″159

58F1645AG-ST

28F1645AG-ST

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″210

58F1855AG-ST

28F1855AG-ST

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″307

28F2175AG-ST

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5″

414

28F24100AG-ST

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.5″

552

31F30150AG-ST

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X60

15

2″

886

31F36210AG-ST

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″

1,208

31F42250AG-ST

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″

1,725

Activated Carbon Filters: Granular Form with High Degree of Porosity (Taste,Odor and Color Removal)

58F1435AC-ST

28F1435AC-ST

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″159

58F1645AC-ST

28F1645AC-ST

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″210

58F1855AC-ST

28F1855AC-ST

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″307

28F2175AC-ST

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5″

414

28F24100AC-ST

22.

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.5″

552

31F30150AC-ST

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X60

15

2″

886

31F36210AC-ST

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″

1,208

31F42250AC-ST

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″

1,725

Birm Filters: (Fe, Mn and H 2S Reduction)

58F1435BM-ST

28F1435BM-ST

7.5

1.7

10.7

2.4

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″180

58F1645BM-ST

28F1645BM-ST

9.7

2.2

13.9

3.2

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″280

58F1855BM-ST

28F1855BM-ST

12.4

2.8

17.7

4.0

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″360

28F2175BM-ST

16.9

3.8

24.1

5.5

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5″

500

28F24100BM-ST

22.0

5.0

31.4

7.1

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.5″

650

31F30150BM-ST

34.4

7.8

49.1

11.2

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X60

15

2″

1,000

31F36210BM-ST

49.5

11.2

70.7

16.1

84.8

13.9

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″

1,308

31F42280BM-ST

67.3

15.3

96.2

21.9

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″

1,825

Calcite Filters:

58F1435CF-ST

28F1435CF-ST

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″480

58F1645CF-ST

28F1645CF-ST

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″615

58F1855CF-ST

28F1855CF-ST

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″773

28F2175CF-ST

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5″ 

1,050

28F24100CF-ST

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.5″ 

1,360

31F30150CF-ST

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X60

15

2″ 

2,135

31F36210CF-ST

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″ 

2,650

31F42280CF-ST

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″ 

3,320

Manganese Green Sand Filters: (Fe, Mn, H2S Reduction)

58F1435GS-ST28F1435GS-ST 7.51.78.61.912.82.912.82.914X603.51.25″1.5″480
58F1645GS-ST28F1645GS-ST9.72.211.12.516.73.816.73.816X604.51.25″1.5″615
58F1855GS-ST28F1855GS-ST12.42.814.23.221.24.821.24.818X605.51.25″1.5″773
28F2175GS-ST16.93.819.34.428.96.628.96.621X607.51.5″1,050
28F24100GS-ST22.05.025.15.737.78.637.78.624X60101.5″1,360
31F30150GS-ST34.47.839.38.958.913.458.913.430X60152″2,135
31F36210GS-ST49.511.256.612.984.819.384.819.336X60212″2,650
31F42280GS-ST67.315.377.017.5115.426.2115.426.242X60282″3,320

The ideal applications of Media Filters include:

  • Iron and manganese removal

  • Wastewater

  • Cooling water

  • Commercial process water

  • Storm water

  • Swimming pool water

  • Suspended solids reduction

  • Water Features (fountains, etc.)

  • Potable (drinking) water

  • Irrigation water

pure aqua commercial media. mf-450

Commercial Stainless Tank Water Media Filter MF-450 with Fleck Valve

Service Flow Rates:

7.5 to 125 GPM

(1.7 to 29 M3/hr)

  • Stainless Steel Tanks 304 or 316
  • Fleck Control Valves
  • Programmable Regeneration

Pure Aqua’s MF-450 Series Commercial Stainless Steel Tank Automatic Media Filters clarify water by removing unpleasant tastes and odors, unwanted color, iron, sediment, suspended particles, and turbidity, all of which are commonly found in surface water. They can be used in a variety of service conditions including, but not limited to: industrial, municipal, and institutional applications.

Filter Media Types

  • Anthracite is recommended as a filter medium where additional silica in the water is not desirable and can remove lighter weight turbidity. Anthracite is typically used in applications where silica pick-up is undesireable.
  • Manganese Greensand media is treated siliceous material for treating water containing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide through oxidation.
  • Calcite media is specially graded calcium carbonate compound for neutralizing acid with consistent dissolving rates for water treatment.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Activated carbon medium is used to remove taste, odor, organic contaminants, and chlorine as well as being used in many drinking water applications.
  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity. Graded in various ranges, Pure Aqua sand can be used as filtration medium or underbedding depending on particle size and application.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • ProSand is based on a rare natural mineral. Its unique properties radically improve the performance and cost of media filtration.
  • Multimedia is required when maximum quality water is required and unwanted sediment is too small to be removed by standard media. It consists of multiple layers of increasing grain size to remove sediment as small as 10 microns.

Advantages of Multimedia Filtration

  • Relatively inexpensive, no recurring cost of consumables
  • Proven process and most tested forms of water treatment
  • Systems are robust with no moving parts inside the tanks
  • Modular control valves designed for operational flexibility
  • Filtration media is inexpensive and long-lasting
  • Easily cleaned and maintained
  • Resistant to fouling (clogging)

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle
Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes.

Backwash Cycle
When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed. For media filters, the backwash flow is always higher than the service flow rate.

commercial water media filters mf-450 series features

Standard Features:

Available Options:

  • All internals are plastic materials

  • High performance 304 stainless steel tank

  • Time controller for backwash cycle

  • Automatic backwash valve

  • Flow controller to limit backwash flow

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

  • Duplex systems

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • Inlet / Outlet pressure gauges

  • Diaphragm valves

  • Differential pressure switch and gauge

  • 316L stainless steel tanks

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Auxiliary micro switch

  • Epoxy coated steel or FRP tanks

  • Vacuum breaker

commercial water media filters mf-450 series specifications

Operation Specifications:

  • Operating pressure: 25-100 psi (1.73-6.9 bar)

  • Electrical supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

  • Operating temperature: 41-122°F (5-50°C)

  • Filters can be supplied in 240V/1Ph/50Hz

Model No.

Flow Rate

Tank
(D”xH”)

Media
Ft3

Pipe
Size

 

Approx.
Weight
(lbs)

 

Minimum

Continuous

Peak

Backwsh

Option 1

Option 2

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

GPM

M3/hr

Multi Layer Filters:Anthracite, Sand and Gravel(Turbidity Removal)

58F1435MM-SS

28F1435MM-SS

10.7

2.4

16.1

3.6

21.4

4.9

16.1

3.6

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″401

58F1645MM-SS

28F1645MM-SS

13.9

3.2

20.9

4.8

27.8

6.3

20.9

4.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″511

58F1855MM-SS

28F1855MM-SS

17.7

4.0

26.6

6.0

35.4

8.0

26.6

6.0

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″644

28F2175MM-SS

24.1

5.5

36.2

8.3

48.2

11.0

36.2

8.3

21X60

7.5

1.5″

875

28F24100MM-SS

31.4

7.1

47.1

10.7

62.8

14.3

47.1

10.7

24X60

10

1.5″

1,128

31F30150MM-SS

49.1

11.2

73.7

16.8

98.2

22.3

73.7

16.8

30X60

15

2″

1,776

31F36210MM-SS

70.7

16.1

106.1

24.2

116.2

26.4

106.1

24.1

36X60

21

2″

2,185

31F42250MM-SS

96.2

22.0

116.2

26.4

125.0

28.4

125.0

28.4

42X60

28

2″

2,760

AG Filters:Non-Hydrous Silicon Dioxide (Turbidity Removal)

58F1435AG-SS

28F1435AG-SS

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″159

58F1645AG-SS

28F1645AG-SS

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16×60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″210

58F1855AG-SS

28F1855AG-SS

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18×60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″307

28F2175AG-SS

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5”

414

28F24100AG-SS

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.5″

552

31F30150AG-SS

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X60

15

2″

886

31F36210AG-SS

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″

1,208

31F42250AG-SS

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″

1,725

Activated Carbon Filters:Granular Form with High Degree of Porosity (TaSSe,Odor and Color Removal)

58F1435AC-SS

28F1435AC-SS

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″159

58F1645AC-SS

28F1645AC-SS

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″210

58F1855AC-SS

28F1855AC-SS

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″307

28F2175AC-SS

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5”

414

28F24100AC-SS

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.36

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.2″

552

31F30150AC-SS

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X60

15

2″

886

31F36210AC-SS

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″

1,208

31F42250AC-SS

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″

1,725

Birm Filters: (Fe, Mn and H2S Reduction)

58F1435BM-SS

28F1435BM-SS

7.5

1.7

10.7

2.4

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″180

58F1645BM-SS

28F1645BM-SS

9.7

2.2

13.9

3.2

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″280

58F1855BM-SS

28F1855BM-SS

12.4

2.8

17.7

4.0

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″360

28F2175BM-SS

16.9

3.8

24.1

5.5

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5″ 

500

28F24100BM-SS

22.0

5.0

31.4

7.1

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.5″ 

650

31F30150BM-SS

34.4

7.8

49.1

11.2

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X60

15

2″ 

1.000

31F36210BM-SS

49.5

11.2

70.7

16.1

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″ 

1,308

31F42280BM-SS

67.3

15.3

96.2

21.9

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″ 

1,825

Calcite Filters

58F1435CF-SS

28F1435CF-SS

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X60

3.5

1.25″

1.5″480

58F1645CF-SS

28F1645CF-SS

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X60

4.5

1.25″

1.5″615

58F1855CF-SS

28F1855CF-SS

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X60

5.5

1.25″

1.5″773

28F2175CF-SS

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X60

7.5

1.5″

1,050

28F24100CF-SS

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X60

10

1.5″

1,360

31F30150CF-SS

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13..4

30X60

15

2″

2,135

31F36210CF-SS

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X60

21

2″

2,650

31F42280CF-SS

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X60

28

2″

3,320

Manganese Green Sand Filters:  (Fe, Mn and H2S Reduction)

 58F1435GS-SS28F1435GS-SS7.51.78.61.912.82.912.82.914X60 3.5 1.25″ 1.5″480
58F1645GS-SS28F1645GS-SS 9.72.211.12.516.73.816.73.816X604.51.25″ 1.5″615
58F1855CF-SS28F1855GS-SS12.42.814.23.221.24.821.24.818X605.51.25″ 1.5″773
28F2175GS-SS 16.93.819.34.428.96.628.96.621X607.51.5″ 1,050
28F24100GS-SS22.05.025.15.737.78.637.78.624X6010 1.5″ 1,360
31F30150GS-SS34.47.839.38.958.913.458.913.430X60152″2,135
31F36210GS-SS49.511.256.612.984.819.384.819.336X60212″2,650
31F42280GS-SS67.315.377.017.5115.426.2115.426.242X60282″3,320

The ideal applications of Media Filters include:

  • Swimming pool water

  • Waste water

  • Cooling water

  • Water features (fountains, etc.)

  • Storm water

  • Iron and manganese removal

  • Commercial process water

  • Potable (drinking) water

  • Irrigation water

  • Suspended solids reduction

pure aqua commercial media. mf-300

Commercial FRP Water Media Filtration MF-300 with Clack Valve

Service Flow Rates:

7.5 to 125 GPM

(0.6 to 57 M3/hr)

  • Fiberglass (FRP) Tanks
  • Clack Control Valves
  • Programmable Regeneration

Pure Aqua’s pressure filters clarify water by removing turbidity, unpleasant tastes and odors, sediment, iron, suspended particles, and unwanted color, all of which are commonly found in surface water. 

Filter Media Types

  • Sand is the most common filter media. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed.
  • Anthracite is used in applications where silica pick-up from sand media is undesireable.
  • Gravel has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.
  • Filter AG is non-hydrous silicon dioxide with many advantages for the reduction of suspended matter.
  • Activated Carbon is recommended for removing bad tastes, odors, dechlorination, and organic contaminants.
  • Manganese Green Sand is used to reduce iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide through oxidation.
  • Multimedia is used for maximum water quality when sediment is too small to be removed by standard media.

Multimedia Filtration Operating Cycles

Service Cycle
Water flows downward through the media while solids accumulate in the media bed. The purified water passes through to downstream processes. 

Backwash Cycle
When the filter begins to clog or when the head loss (pressure drop) through the bed increases, flow rates are reduced. To prevent degradation of water quality, the flow is reversed. This is directed by the control valve(s) to drain, carrying with it, the particulate matter that has built up during service. The required flow is specific to the media and is essential to proper cleaning of the media bed.

commercial water media filters mf-300 series features

Standard Features:

Available Options:

  • High performance FRP tank

  • Automatic backwash valve

  • Top mounted Clack valve

  • Time controller for scheduled backwash

  • Flow controller to limit backwash flow

  • All internals are plastic materials

  • High quality media

  • Duplex systems

  • Stainless steel tanks

  • Epoxy coated steel tanks

  • Tanks according to ASME code

  • 240V/1Ph/50Hz power supply

  • Vacuum breaker

  • Auxiliary micro switch

  • Inlet / Outlet sample valves

  • Inlet / Outlet pressure gauges

  • Filters using diaphragm valve

  • Differential pressure switch and gauge

commercial water media filters mf-300 series specifications

Operation Specifications:

  • Operating pressure: 2-6.8 bar (30-100 psi)

  • Electrical supply: 115V/1Ph/60Hz

  • Operating temperature: 2-38°C (35-100°F)


Model No.


Flow Rate

Tank
(D”xH”)


Media Pipe
Ft³


Pipe Size

Weight

Minimum

Continuous

Peak

Backwsh

GPM

M³/hr

GPM

M³/hr

GPM

M³/hr

GPM

M/hr

Multi Layer Filters: Anthracite, Sand and Gravel (Turbidity Removal)

100C705MM

2.7

0.6

4.0

0.9

5.3

1.2

4.0

0.9

7X44

0.5

3/4″

75

100C8075MM

3.5

0.8

5.4

1.2

7.0

1.6

5.4

1.2

8X44

0.75

3/4″

95

100C910MM

4.4

1.0

6.6

1.5

8.8

2.0

6.6

1.5

9X48

1

3/4″

118

100C1015MM

5.4

1.2

8.1

1.8

10.8

2.5

8.1

8.1

10X54

1.5

3/4″

156

100C1220MM

7.8

1.8

11.7

2.7

15.6

3.5

11.7

2.7

12X52

2

1″

204

125C1325MM

9.2

2.1

13.8

3.1

18.4

4.2

13.8

3.2

13X54

2.5

1″

267

125C1435MM

10.7

2.4

16.1

3.6

21.4

4.9

16.1

3.6

14X65

3.5

1-1/2″

366

125C1645MM

13.9

3.2

20.9

4.8

27.8

6.3

20.9

4.8

16X65

4.5

1-1/2″

462

150C1855MM

17.7

4.0

26.6

6.0

35.4

8.0

26.6

6.0

18X65

5.5

1-1/2″

577

150C2175MM

24.1

5.5

36.2

8.3

48.2

11.0

36.2

8.3

21X62

7.5

1-1/2″

761

150C24100MM

31.4

7.1

47.1

10.7

62.8

14.3

47.1

10.7

24X72

10

1-1/2″

1,000

200C30150MM

49.1

11.2

73.7

16.8

98.2

22.3

73.7

16.8

30X72

15

2″

1,544

200C36210MM

70.7

16.1

106.1

24.2

116.2

26.4

106.1

24.2

36X72

21

2″

2,150

200C42280MM

96.2

22.0

116.2

26.4

125.0

28.4

125.0

28.4

42X72

28

2″

3,000

300C48400MM

125.7

28.6

188.6

42.9

250.0

56.8

188.0

42.8

48X72

40

3″

4,100

AG Filters: Non-Hydrous Silicon Dioxide (Turbidity Removal)

100C705AG

2.7

0.6

4.0

0.9

5.3

1.2

4.0

0.9

7X44

0.5

3/4″

50

100C8075AG

3.5

0.8

5.4

1.2

7.0

1.6

5.4

1.2

8X44

0.75

3/4″

55

100C910AG

4.4

1.0

6.6

1.5

8.8

2.0

6.6

1.5

9X48

1

3/4″

62

100C1015AG

5.4

1.2

8.1

1.8

10.8

2.5

8.1

1.8

10X54

1.5

3/4″

125

100C1220AG

7.8

1.8

11.7

2.7

15.6

3.5

11.7

2.7

12X52

2

1″

160

125C1325AG

9.2

2.1

13.8

3.1

18.4

4.2

13.8

3.2

13X54

2.5

1″

208

125C1435AG

10.7

2.4

16.1

3.6

21.4

4.9

16.1

3.6

14X65

3.5

1-1/2″

285

125C1645AG

13.9

3.2

20.9

4.8

27.8

6.3

20.9

4.8

16X65

4.5

1-1/2″

360

150C1855AG

17.7

4.0

26.6

6.0

35.4

8.0

26.6

6.0

18X65

5.5

1-1/2″

450

150C2175AG

24.1

5.5

36.2

8.3

48.2

11.0

36.2

8.3

21X62

7.5

1-1/2″

595

150C24100AG

31.4

7.1

47.1

10.7

62.8

14.3

47.1

10.7

24X72

10

1-1/2″

780

200C30150AG

49.1

11.2

73.7

16.8

98.2

2.3

73.7

16.8

30X72

15

2″

1,200

200C36210AG

70.7

16.1

106.1

24.2

116.2

26.4

106.1

24.2

36X72

21

2″

1,677

200C42280AG

96.2

22.0

116.2

26.4

125.0

28.4

125.0

28.4

42X72

28

2″

2,340

300C48400AG

125.7

28.6

188.6

42.9

250.0

56.8

188.0

42.8

48X72

40

3″

3,200

Activated Carbon Filters: Granular Form with High Degree of Porosity (Taste, Odor and Color Removal)

100C705AC

1.9

0.4

2.1

0.5

3.2

0.7

3.2

0.7

7X44

0.5

3/4″

50

100C8075AC

2.5

0.6

2.8

0.6

4.2

1.0

4.2

1.0

8X44

0.75

3/4″

55

100C910AC

3.1

0.7

3.5

0.8

5.3

1.2

5.3

1.2

9X48

1

3/4″

62

100C1015AC

3.8

0.9

4.3

1.0

6.5

1.5

6.5

1.5

10X54

1.5

3/4″

125

100C1220AC

5.5

1.2

6.2

1.4

9.4

2.1

9.4

2.1

12X52

2

1″

160

125C1325AC

6.4

1.5

7.4

1.7

11.0

2.5

11.0

2.5

13X54

2.5

1″

208

125C1435AC

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X65

3.5

1-1/2″

285

125C1645AC

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X65

4.5

1-1/2″

360

150C1855AC

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X65

5.5

1-1/2″

450

150C2175AC

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X62

7.5

1-1/2″

595

150C24100AC

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X72

10

1-1/2″

780

200C30150AC

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X72

15

2″

1,200

200C36210AC

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X72

21

2″

1,677

200C42280AC

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X72

28

2″

2,340

300C48400AC

88.0

20.0

100.6

22.9

150.8

34.3

150.8

34.3

48X72

40

3″

3,200

Birm Filters: (Fe, Mn, H2S Reduction)

100C705BM

1.9

0.4

2.1

0.5

3.2

0.7

3.2

0.7

7X44

0.5

3/4″

50

100C8075BM

2.5

0.6

2.8

0.6

4.2

1.0

4.2

1.0

8X44

0.75

3/4″

55

100C910BM

3.1

0.7

3.5

0.8

5.3

1.2

5.3

1.2

9X48

1

3/4″

62

100C1015BM

3.8

0.9

4.3

1.0

6.5

1.5

6.5

1.5

10X54

1.5

3/4″

125

100C1220BM

5.5

1.2

6.2

1.4

9.4

2.1

9.4

2.1

12X52

2

1″

160

125C1325BM

6.4

1.5

7.4

1.7

11.0

2.5

11.0

2.5

13X54

2.5

1″

208

125C1435BM

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X65

3.5

1-1/2″

285

125C1645BM

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X65

4.5

1-1/2″

360

150C1855BM

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X65

5.5

1-1/2″

450

150C2175BM

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X62

7.5

1-1/2″

595

150C24100BM

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X72

10

1-1/2″

780

200C30150BM

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X72

15

2″

1,200

200C36210BM

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X72

21

2″

1,677

200C42280BM

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X72

28

2″

2,340

300C48400BM

88.0

20.0

100.6

22.9

150.8

34.3

150.8

34.3

48X72

40

3″

3,200

Calcite Filters: (pH Neutralization)

100C705CF

1.9

0.4

2.1

0.5

3.2

0.7

3.2

0.7

7X44

0.5

3/4″

90

100C8075CF

2.5

0.6

2.8

0.6

4.2

1.0

4.2

1.0

8X44

0.75

3/4″

114

100C910CF

3.1

0.7

3.5

0.8

5.3

1.2

5.3

1.2

9X48

1

3/4″

142

100C1015CF

3.8

0.9

4.3

1.0

6.5

1.5

6.5

1.5

10X54

1.5

3/4″

188

100C1220CF

5.5

1.2

6.2

1.4

9.4

2.1

9.4

2.1

12X52

2

1″

245

125C1325CF

6.4

1.5

7.4

1.7

11.0

2.5

11.0

2.5

13X54

2.5

1″

320

125C1435CF

7.5

1.7

8.6

1.9

12.8

2.9

12.8

2.9

14X65

3.5

1-1/2″

440

125C1645CF

9.7

2.2

11.1

2.5

16.7

3.8

16.7

3.8

16X65

4.5

1-1/2″

555

150C1855CF

12.4

2.8

14.2

3.2

21.2

4.8

21.2

4.8

18X65

5.5

1-1/2″

693

150C2175CF

16.9

3.8

19.3

4.4

28.9

6.6

28.9

6.6

21X62

7.5

1-1/2″

915

150C24100CF

22.0

5.0

25.1

5.7

37.7

8.6

37.7

8.6

24X72

10

1-1/2″

1,200

200C30150CF

34.4

7.8

39.3

8.9

58.9

13.4

58.9

13.4

30X72

15

2″

1,850

200C36210CF

49.5

11.2

56.6

12.9

84.8

19.3

84.8

19.3

36X72

21

2″

2,580

200C42280CF

67.3

15.3

77.0

17.5

115.4

26.2

115.4

26.2

42X72

28

2″

3,600

300C48400CF

88.0

20.0

100.6

22.9

150.8

34.3

150.8

34.3

48X72

40

3″

4,920

Pure Aqua water filters are commonly used for industrial, and commercial applications such as:

  • Household water

  • Contact process water

  • Boiler & reactor feed and make-up water

  • Groundwater remediation

  • Large laundry for hotels and restaurant facilities

  • Protection of heat transfer elements and spray nozzles

  • Wastewater re-use

  • High purity water

  • Spot free water

  • Pre-treatment for reverse osmosis or ion exchange systems

  • Cooling tower make-up water