Side Stream Sand Filter
Side stream Filters normally used for industrial cooling tower. Cooling Towers, by design, flush airborne contamination such as biocides, heat, slime or silt into the system, where they deposit on heat exchange surfaces. Suspended matter in the cooling water also supplies living microorganisms with a constant food source for sustaining life and multiplying. Shubham provide suitable cooling tower side stream Filter (SSF) which can remove all the physical contamination from the water which affects the life and efficiency of the cooling towers system. Advantages and Features Efficient Turbidity and TSS Removal Filtration up to 20 - 30 Microns FRP, CS, MSEP, SS Vessel available ASME Pressure Vessel is also available Standard and effective media Low Pressure drop across the vessel Air scouring available for high flow pressure vessel Automatic Valves are provided as per customer need Manual, Semi Automatic and Automatic features are provided Installation A] Condensed Water Piping Side Stream Sand Filter B] Cooling Tower Basin / Pond Side Stream Filtration
Synonyms Cooling Tower Sand Filter ide Stream Sand Filter Tower Filter Cooling Tower Filter Clean stream Filter Cooling Tower Water Filter
Side stream Filtration of Cooling Systems Cooling towers scrub large volumes of air and effectively remove solids consisting of dust, microbiological organisms, and various airborne debris. Makeup to the tower adds suspended solids in the form of corrosion products, microbiological growths and wood fibers from the tower, and process leaks. If allowed to settle out, these solids can and do generate many problems within the system. With heavy solids loading, even the best treatment program can be severely strained. Under these circumstances, significant improvement might be realized with the use of a side stream filter. A proven method to help manage these and other issues surrounding cooling towers is to install a properly designed side stream filter. This can benefit your system through: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Reduced Corrosion Rates Increased Equipment Life Better System Efficiency Reduced Maintenance Costs Better Chemical Control