In most pump applications, we improve the quality of the liquid being pumped and purify to levels of filtration required within the system to maintain safety, cleanliness and product integrity.
An example would be water or a chemical being pumped to a holding tank, where sediment filtration would be used prevent the build-up of dirt within the tank. The example shown below is borehole water is pumped from underground which is often filtered and treated before drinking and other uses.
Stages of Filtration & Water Treatment
Bulk Solids Removal
To remove a high quantity of solids, gels and other irregular shaped particles, a filtration solution with high surface area and flow properties is required.
Prevents debris, scale flakes, dirt and particle build up in pipework, tanks, equipment and where present, premature blinding of filtration stages further along the cascade.
Prevents scale build up on tanks, pipework and equipment.
Efficient Particle Removal
Controlling quality levels by removing the majority of contaminants at a specified micron size.
UV light impedes bacterial growth by sterilising the DNA of microorganisms, suppressing bio-film and bacteria colony growth.
Reducing the levels of bacteria to log 7.
SPECTRUM Economic Bag
Traditional single skin with handle. Used to remove sediment from high flow or viscous applications. WRAS approved and FDA compliant.
SPECTRUM SoftH-FLO Water Softener
SPECTRUM Soft H-FLO Water Softeners treat and soften water for residential use, with a brine tank and programmable valve, ready to install.
SPECTRUM Sabre 4 & 8 – Up to 7.6 lpm
Ideal for residential, light commercial or single-tap outlet applications, these compact single-lamp systems provide effective microorganism control without taking up space or compromising water quality.