Water quality in industrial facilities ensures that your equipment can be effectively maintained in good condition. In order to ensure that the water you use is completely free of substances, it is strongly recommended that you install an industrial water filtration system in your equipment.

In the application of thermal power plants, treatment systems, and desalination systems, filtration is always critical. Bother industrial water filters are an indispensable high-efficiency component in the water filtration process. They can be used to remove impurities and microorganisms in the water while providing the best protection for subsequent equipment. The flexible configuration design of Brother’s industrial water filter is beneficial to a variety of residential, municipal, industrial and commercial applications. It can provide safer and healthier purified water for the food and beverage industries. Besides, it is also suitable for industries that require precise water quality such as automobiles and aviation.

This article describes all the benefits of industrial water filters and their accompanying facilities.

Industrial Water Filter

What is Industrial Water Filter?

Industrial water filter is a kind of equipment. The water filtration system removes impurities from the original raw water source. The system is installed in place on the production line to provide the correct quality of water. When water passes through the system, the membrane traps and removes impurities. Reverse osmosis can remove 99.9% of bacteria and is often used in the design of pharmaceutical pure water systems.

Industrial filters can remove all kinds of impurities. These materials include particles, metals, chemicals, sediments, odors, minerals and other impurities. When the contaminants in the water increase, scaling problems and corrosion may occur, which can reduce the efficiency of your equipment. Untreated water may also eventually damage some of your industrial equipment, and the maintenance cost of this equipment may be very high. When you use the correct industrial water filtration system, minerals and solids in the water should be effectively removed.

Although some of these problems can be solved by using chemical water treatment, a water filtration system is usually required to completely remove pollutants in the water. If you want equipment in an industrial facility to continue to operate efficiently, you may need a water filtration system.

 

Industrial Water Filters

Brother has Advanced industrial water purification technology. We can design, manufacture, install and support custom engineered water purification systems for the entire industry. Our expertise covers raw water supply, boiler feed water, cooling water, process water, CIP and SIP, reclaimed water and wastewater treatment, suitable for low-volume and high-volume applications, with water quality up to 18.2 MW.cm.

How Do Industrial Water Filters Work?

Industrial water filters work by removing particles from water or wastewater streams. For different applications, it has different requirements for the filter cartridge and filter housings, such as design, material and size, etc.

A typical water treatment system will include some or all of the following filter elements:

Media Filter

The raw water is passed through the media t filter, and then all suspended particles are removed.

Activated Carbon Filter

chlorine and other organic chemicals and unpleasant smell are removed by activated carbon filters.

RO System

Here all the dissolved impurities such as heavy metals are removed after RO.

UV Disinfection

Due to the high-intensity UV rays, all the harmful microorganisms are killed.

What are the Benefits of Using Industrial Water Filters?

Water filtration is the process of removing or reducing the concentration of particulate matter from contaminated water. Including suspended particles, parasites, bacteria, algae and fungi. Water filtration can treat other undesirable chemical and biological pollutants. It is widely used in the drinking, medical and pharmaceutical industries.

So what is the purpose of filtration, and why is filtration important for industrial applications?

The most common uses for filtration include:

  • Protecting Equipment from Ingesting Harmful Contaminants
  • Removing Contaminants to Purify air and gas streams
  • Protecting Personnel and the Work Environment
  • Separating and Isolating Desirable Product from the Air Stream

Industrial water filter in Brother Filtration is a new trend product for water filtration. Brother industrial water filters are widely used in industrial water treatment and critical applications. It is well accepted with its large flow capacity, much lower equipment investment cost and standard design. It is perfectly suitable for medium and large liquid filtration projects.

What types of Industrial Water Filtration?

According to different applications and different treatment methods, there are mainly three types of water filters as follows:

High Flow Cartridge Housing

High Flow Cartridge Housing is designed for high flow commercial or industrial filter applications as 2-20 elements per housing. It accepts both inside-out or outside-in configuration high flow cartridge filter. Normally we will find the high flow filter cartridge inside could be 20/40/60inch.

Bag Filter Housing

Bag Filter Housing abandons traditional opening and closing methods rocker arm. It adopts a new User-friendly design: one-handed and self-balancing V-shaped hoop, plus opening & closing structure. Especially suitable for occasions that require frequent replacement of filter elements or large flow requirements.

Reverse Osmosis Membrane Vessel

Brother pressure vessels are engineered for Reverse Osmosis systems in a variety of industrial and commercial water treatment applications at pressures up to 1,200 PSI.

By Brother recommended adapter kits, Brother pressure vessels can

accommodate any standard make 2.5”,4” and 8” membrane filtration elements.

 What are the Best Materials for Industrial Water Filter Housing?

Choosing the right material of filter housing for your application is crucial to smooth operation. Water temperature, flow rate, various filter specifications, etc, should all be considered when selecting a housing.

Brother Filtration produces housings with various types of materials to reduce the potential for housing failures causing a shutdown of your facility.

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel is among the best materials and it has carbon in low quantities of between 0.03% to 1% with iron. It offers the best corrosion resistance. Especially for high salty water applications, such as seawater desalination and acid chemical filtration, etc.

Plastic Housing

Plastic filter housings are conducive to lightweight, non-corrosive substances, cheap, and can function at high temperatures.

PTFT Housing

This is resistant to chemicals and also comes with stainless steel support bars on the exterior.

Which Material is Industrial Water Filter Media made from?

Filter media is the workhorse of filtration systems, ridding water of a number of impurities. The type of impurities that the filtration system removes depends wholly on the media. Below are several popular mediums used in industrial water filtration systems.

ACTIVATED CARBON

Activated carbon is sometimes made from coal, it can also be made from coconut shells. It removes organic contaminants, chlorination byproducts, lead, copper, and certain pesticides.

Catalytic carbon is a form of activated carbon that is enhanced to increase its catalytic capability.

REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE

The reverse osmosis process is an incredibly popular filtration system, which can remove a large percentage of impurities from water, including some dangerous ones like asbestos and chromium.

RESIN

Depending on the type of resin(activated aluminum), it can filter out magnesium and calcium.

How often should you Change the Industrial Water Filters?

Generally speaking, you should change the primary filter and post filter every 6 to 12 months. While you notice a significant drop in water, then you have to check the reason. Maybe the filter accuracy stated when the original filter was purchased is incorrect. The others may be that the quality of the filter element cannot be filtered as required water quality.

Can you clean Industrial Water Filters by yourself?

You definitely can wash the industrial water filter by yourself. It’s important when cleaning these that you wash your hands or don clean rubber gloves before beginning. Also, don’t forget to shut off the water supply going to the filtration system before attempting to work on it.

You can clean most industrial water filters through back washing function. you should be aware that the filter element should be cleaned and changed frequently to ensure its effectiveness.

Below is the main steps to teach you how to clean an industrial water filter.

Remove the filters – Take out of the filter elements from the rood.

Prepare water and liquid degreaser – Remove old water and refill either the sink or large tub with warm water and liquid degreaser.

Soak the filters in water – Let the filters soak in the warm water and degreaser.

Remove and scrub – Use a soft cloth to lightly scrub off any residue from the filters. Run them through water to rinse off any leftover remnants.

Dry the traps – Once you’re done cleaning, let the filters air dry before reinstalling.

How can you Maintain Industrial Water Filters?

To maintain the above picture showed industrial water filters, you should pay attention to below tips.

Understand specific requirements

Prior to making a decision on your water treatment system, be sure to get all of your maintenance information upfronts. For instance, a water softener will require you to add salt on a regular basis. A water filtration system that uses activated carbon will need its carbon re-bedded, or replaced.

To schedule routine inspection

A yearly routine inspection is a recommended and economical way to help ensure your system is running at its optimal capacity. At the first sign of disruption, schedule a maintenance service. It is better to address the issue in the beginning before it has time to cause any permanent damage to the system.

Install new filter cartridges as necessary. Be sure to check with your manufacturer on how often your filters need to be changed. You will find Brother system needing the high quality filter cartridge changed less. As we always offer the best filtration product to save your maintenance cost.

Thanks for having a look at our sharing of industrial water filters. If you want to learn more about water filters, please feel free to contact Brother Filtration. We are a leading manufacturer of liquid filtration products. We always focus on filtration solutions, targeting to solve your different troubles and meet your variable requirements.

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