- Sediments accumulate on the outer face of the stacked discs, allowing clean water to flow through the stacked discs and out the middle of the filter
- Disc elements provide in-depth filtration to retain organic matter
- During operation the disc elements are tightly pressed together by pressure and the spring, providing high filtration efficiency
- Discs have excellent resistance to most common chemicals
- Easy maintenance; the discs can be extracted for cleaning
- Interchangeable color-coded discs and stainless-steel screen elements provide a wide range of filtration degrees and options
- Constructed of UV-resistant, durable plastic material to withstand the most adverse conditions
- Flow rates: 1 1/2" & 2": up to 60 GPM (13.6 m3/h)
- Operating pressure: up to 120 PSI (8.4 BAR)
- Temperature range: up to 130°F (54°C)
- Inlet and outlet size: 1 1/2", 2" MNPT
- Filter and Disc Materials
- Housing and discs: polypropylene
- O-ring: EPDM
- Pressure testing ports: polypropylene
- Pressure testing seals: natural rubber BR
- Disc cylinder assembly: polypropylene / PBT
- Spring: stainless steel 304
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