Siga Filtration self-cleaning filters provide continuous filtration of low and medium viscosity liquids and have very low maintenance requirements. The KSF Series self-cleaning filters do not require backflushing which results in less fluid waste, zero interruption, and fewer maintenance parts. Applications include filtration of low to medium viscosity liquids in water, wastewater, inks, paint, varnishes, oils, and food products.
Cost effective particulate removal from process water, sea water, river water, ground and rain water. Flushing activated by a differential pressure switch or a timer. F451 Automatic self cleaning filters are available in a range of pipe sizes (DN32 – DN300) for flow rates from 5 m3/h to 1100 m3/h. These are supplied with a […]
Easily Removable motor lid assembly with flushing point for cleaning in food applications. Flow rate capability up to 35 m3/h. Low maintenance, easy to operate, and continuous cleaning. KSF –TL self-cleaning filters come with a removable motor, lid, and scraper assembly which makes it easy to clean, sanitise or replace wedge wire elements. This is […]
Low maintenance, easy to operate, continuous cleaning with KSF Series self-cleaning filters. Flow capability up to 35 m3/h. These self-cleaning filters come with a top mounted electric motor which continuously rotates a scraper on the surface of an internal wedge wire element to remove dirt. This eliminates the need for backwashing and makes these filters […]
KSF-240K self-cleaning filters feature a compact design and inline connections for easy installation. The unit comes with a clamped closure for quick disassembly. Particles are removed by a continuously rotating scraper and carried away from the filter by a manual or automatic purge.
KSF-1FU(C) Filters provide a low cost manual cleaning filtration solution for applications with small to medium dirt loads. Cleaning is achieved by rotating a hand wheel connected to a scraper plate. This plate rotates around the wedge wire basket and scrapes the dirt off basket surface. Dirt is collected at the bottom of the sump […]
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