Types of Filters for Drip Irrigation
The filters are classified into the following types:
They are used to remove organic materials such as algae and coarse particles through a thick layer of sand contained in the filter through which is passed the water for filtration.
Performing particle separation from water by the effect of centrifugal force generated by the vortex, so heavy particles as the sand which can contain irrigation water are moved towards the walls after falling on the deposit placed in the bottom.
They are used when you have sand in suspension displayed in waters from deep wells.
the water is filtered by a mesh, which is defined by the number of openings per linear inch or mesh number. The particles larger than the size of the mesh openings are retained in the filter.
They are effective for lightly soiled waters with materials of inorganic origin of silt and sand size.
Mesh filters come in three forms, depending on the cleaning system having, manual, semiautomatic and automatic.
Our technical department undertakes the design of the facilities, making use of state-of-the-art calculation and facility-design computer programs.
In the Novedades Agrícolas Irrigation Stores you will find a broad range of materials to adapt to green spaces, as well as a large stock of programmers, sprinklers, sprays, drippers, fountains, pipes, accessories in general, that will allow you to have what you need at any moment.
The assembly department can install the system in your garden or green space, carry out the work in turnkey fashion, and remain at your service with its after-sales service during 365 days a year.