The RF100AN Analyser Filter System is a revolutionary new product specifically designed to provide filtered samples for analysers and dosing pump systems with almost no maintenance. It is excellent for filtering difficult samples contaminated with suspended solids for supply to chlorine, ammonia and other analysers.
The small 120 watt pump delivers the sample to your analyser and drives a self-cleaning filter that prevents the filter mesh, pump and analyser from blocking and blinding. This wall mounted unit has a continuous flow through the tank – ideal for fast loop systems. The self-cleaning filter in the tank withdraws a sample and delivers between 0 and 16 litres per minute to your analyser.
The RF100AN is a self-cleaning analyser filter system, for filtering fluids to 60 microns and supplying it to analytical equipment. The system samples from a continuous flow through a tank maintaining a constant water level, and can sample from very dirty water. Debris and other suspended solids in the sample are carried out by the flow through the system or, if they are particularly heavy, can be periodically purged through a valve at the conical base of the tank. This can be automated on a timer if required. This is a very robust system continuously filtering fluids to 60 microns. The pump drives the filter and supplies from 0 – 16 litres/minute to your analyser.
How it works….
The fluid to be filtered is introduced through the 1” inlet at the bottom of the filtering chamber. Most of the liquid exits through the outlet and is sent back to the source. The filter head has an internal backwashing rotor that continually cleans the filter screen. The fluid flows from the outside of the filter head through a 60-micron nylon mesh. The pump sucks fluid from the inside of the filter head and a proportion is returned to the internal cleaning rotor. The remaining filtered fluid is sent to the analyser. This is adjustable from 0 – 16 litres /minute. The self-cleaning filter in the tank withdraws a sample and delivers between 0 and 16 litres per minute to your analyser.