Filtration is an essential component within an efficient and effective nursery irrigation system. It is vitally important that filtration systems intended to operate in nursery production are designed by a professional to ensure the end product performs as required.
Slow Sand Filtration Design, Construction and Use
When compared to other disinfestation methods, slow flow filtration (SFF) systems can be constructed from a variety of components without specialist skills being required. This fact sheet discusses SFF design, construction and use.
Screen or mesh filters are popular because they are relatively inexpensive, versatile, easy to install, simple to use, have options for semi or fully automated cleaning, and are compact in size when compared to other filter types.
Membrane filtration is a technique used to separate waste material from a liquid for the purpose of purifying it. The main benefit from membrane technology is in its successful operation without the addition of chemicals, its relatively low energy use, with minimum waste.
Media filters are effective in filtering both organic and inorganic contaminates. They have a large filter area or surface providing a huge holding capacity requiring less regular filter cleaning when compared to other filter types. Media filters are an efficient type of filtration for water heavily contaminated with algae, organic matter and other impurities often…
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