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  • IRVBE Model

    Feature

    IRRILINE Automatic IRVBE/IRCVBE filters are electronically controlled, capable of fully automatic backwash filters. For this process, instead of extra energy, the pumping of water will be enough. However, detection of pollution and for the initiation of back-washing, the panel must be fed with a suitable electric installation. By the help of the pressure which is occurred after the speed that water gets from the pomp, filter cleans itself. Filtration process continues while this backwash mechanism is working. Dirty water, which occurs in this process is automatically discharged during backwash.

    Considering these aspects of the VBE series, and the version of stainless steel body, CVBE series, fully automatic filters are more agile and efficient according to manually backwash and semi-automatic backwash systems. In addition, it minimizes the user time and loss of water.

    In a sample view of the CVBE filter in Picture-1 is used stainless steel body.

    General Characteristics

    Body Material ST-37(S235JR) / AISI316L
    Sieve Material Internal Kit AISI304L
    Maximum Working Pressure 12 bar;150Psi
    Minimum Working Pressure 2,5 bar / 38Psi
    Maximum Working Temperature 60°C / 140°F
    Back Washing Time Timing Setup
    Control System Electronic
    Filtration Filtering Sensitivity 20-500 μ (micron)
    Paint Coating Material Electrostatic polyester powder paint
    Flow Range 25-100 m3/h

    IRVBE Model - technical

    Working Principle

    A Filter section according to Picture; 1- Dirty water inlet, 2-Clean water outlet, 3- Backwash dirty water outlet drainage, 4-Sieve internal kit (multi-layer), 5-Collector kit (backwash water vacuuming channel), 6-Turbine chamber, 7-Piston part.

    Water enters the filter and passes through the part where multi-layer filter, after passes coarse sieve. Water continues to flow from fine filter to exit, creates a layer of pollution inner surface of the filter and this pollution creates a pressure difference at inlet and outlet of the filter. Backwash begins when this pressure difference comes at a predetermined level.

    A specified pressure difference is reached, the backwash control unit opens the discharge valve. Atmospheric pressure in the discharge pipe creates a strong backwash. This flow returns cleaning collector through a hydraulic turbine and drainage pipe after vacuuming the pollution in the inner surface of filter by creating a vacuum effect at nozzles.

    The pressure decrease consist in turbine part and piston drainage provides a linear motion to cleaning collector. This rotation and linear motion provide absorption of pollution layer in the inner surface of the filter by nozzles. When the process is completed, cleaning collector automatically makes a second backwash and returns to its original position, so washing process is completed. During backwash, filtering process continues.

    For the system to work efficiently, during the backwash process inlet pressure must not be less than 2,5 bar.

    Technical Specifications

    IRVBE Model - technical specifications

  • Automatic IRHBE/CHBE filters

    Feature

    IRRILINE Automatic IRHBE/CHBE filters are electronically controlled, capable of fully automatic backwash filters. For this process, instead of extra energy, the pumping of water will be enough. However, detection of pollution and for the initiation of back-washing, the panel must be fed with a suitable electric installation. By the help of the pressure which is occurred after the speed that water gets from the pomp, filter cleans itself. Filtration process continues while this backwash mechanism is working. Dirty water, which occurs in this process, is automatically discharged during backwash.

    Considering these aspects of the IRHBE series, and the version of stainless steel body IRCHBE series, fully automatic filters are more agile and efficient according to manually backwash and semi-automatic backwash systems. In addition, it minimizes the user time and loss of water.
    Picture-2 is an example of electronically controlled, fully automatic filter’s stainless steel body version.

    General Characteristics

    Body Material ST-37(S235JR) / AISI316L
    Sieve Material Internal Kit AISI304L
    Maximum Working Pressure 12 bar
    Minimum Working Pressure 2,5 bar
    Maximum Working Temperature 60°C / 140°F
    Back Washing Time Timing Setup
    Control System Electronic
    Filtration Filtering Sensitivity 20-500 μ (micron)
    Paint Coating Material Electrostatic polyester powder paint
    Flow Range 230-380 m3/h

    Automatic IRHBE-CHBE filters technical

    Working Principle

    Water enters the filter (1) and passes through the part where multi-layer filter, after passes coarse sieve (3). Water continues to flow from fine filter to exit (2), creates a layer of pollution inner surface of the filter, and this pollution creates pressure difference at inlet and outlet of the filter. Backwash begins when this pressure difference comes at a predetermined level. A specified pressure difference is reached, the backwash control unit opens discharge valve (9). Atmospheric pressure in the discharge pipe creates a strong backwash. This flow returns cleaning collector through cleaning collector (7), hydraulic turbine (8), and drainage pipe after vacuuming the pollution in the inner surface of filter by creating a vacuum effect at nozzles (6).

    The pressure decrease which occurs at hydraulic turbine (5) and drainage of the piston (10) provides a linear motion to the cleaning collector.

    This rotation and linear motion provide absorption of pollution layer in the inner surface of the filter by nozzles. When the process is completed, cleaning collector automatically makes a second backwash and returns to its original position, so washing process is completed. During backwash, filtering process continues. For the system to work efficiently during backwash process inlet pressure must not be less than 2.5 bar (38psi).

    Technical Specifications

    Automatic IRHBE-CHBE filters technical specifications

  • IRVRF Model

    Feature

    The filter body is St-37 or stainless-steel (optional) The filtering in pressured lines High performance during the back washing Extensive Filtering Surface Easy-to assembly and filter components, not required to change 100% back washing performance Working opportunity, not required additional energy The minimum head and water loss

    General Characteristics

    Body Material St-37 – AISI 316L
    Screen Material AISI 304L – CAGEPRGF
    Maximum Working Pressure 10 bar
    Minimum output Pressure 1 bar
    Maximum Working Temperature 60°C / 140°F
    Back Washing Time Timing and Pressure Setup
    Control System The Electronic Controlled Reduced Motor
    Filtration Filtering Sensitivity 20-400 μ (micron)
    Paint Material Epoxi poliester

    IRVRF Model technical

    Working Principle

    Water, entered from input collector, passes to multistory screen filter inside the water (3). It is protected with a rough material with screen over of multiplex screen. The thin filter goes to the output collector side (2). Particles, collected on multiplex screen, constitute a pollution layer over the filter and a pressure difference in the outside collector. This pressure difference opens a back flushing unit washing decharge valve (9) and a powerful back flushing flow consists from descharge pipet o atmosphere (10). This flow cleans the particle layer, collected on filter by creating a vacuum from the nozzle holes (5).

    The dirty water, absorbed on multiplex filter, creates a volution by passing from water cleaning nozzle pipe (6) and hydraulic turbine (7). The pressure loss, consisted of a turbine container (4) and plunger drainage (9) constitutes an axial movement. The spiral headway, constituted by this axial and volution together, obtains the absorbing whole filter surface by vacuum nozzles.

    When this process is completed, the cleaning collector makes a second back flushing with warns with its warning switches and turns its first position. The transaction is completed.

    During the back washing, the filtration process continues and after the backwashing process, the filter stands by until the next pressure difference signal.

    Technical Specifications

    IRVRF Model technical specifications

  • IRRF Model

    Feature

    The filter body is St-37 or stainless-steel optionality The filtering in pressured lines High performance during the back washing Extensive Filtering Surface Easy-to assembly and filter components, not required to change 100% back washing performance Working opportunity, not required additional energy The minimum head and water loss

    General Characteristics

    Body Material St-37 – AISI 316L
    Screen Material AISI 304L – CAGEPRGF
    Maximum Working Pressure 10 bar
    Minimum output Pressure 1 bar
    Maximum Working Temperature 60°C / 140°F
    Back Washing Time Timing and Pressure Setup
    Control System The Electronic Controlled Reduced Motor
    Filtration Filtering Sensitivity 20-400 μ (micron)
    Paint Material Epoxi poliester

    IRRF Model technical

    Working Principle

    Water, entered from input collector, puts particles, contained by itself, in rough screen (3) and passes top art, which includes multiplex filter (4). It is protected with a rough material with screen over of multiplex screen. The thin filter goes to the output collector side (2). Particles, collected on multiplex screen, constitute a pollution layer over the filter and a pressure difference in the outside collector. This pressure difference opens a back flushing unit, washing decharge valve (9) in the value, designed previously (12), and a powerful back flushing flow consists from decharge pipeto atmosphere (10). This flow cleans the particle layer, collected on filter by creating a vacuum from the nozzle holes (6).

    The dirty water, absorbed on multiplex filter, creates a volution by passing from water cleaning nozzle pipe (7) and hydraulic turbine (8). The pressure loss, consisted of turbine container (5) and plunger dreinage (9) constitutes an axial movement. The spiral headway, constituted by this axial and volution together, obtains the absorbing whole filter surface by vacuum nozzles.

    When this process is completed, the cleaning collector makes a second back flushing with warns with its warning switches and turns its first position. Transaction is completed.

    During the back washing, the filtration process continues and after the back washing process, the filter stands by until the next pressure difference signal.

    Technical Specifications

    IRRF Model Technical Specifications