How our self-cleaning filters are used

Self-cleaning sample filters for analysers

Analyser Filters and Sample Pumps to Protect Water Monitoring Equipment

Analyser Filters and Sample Pumps with Self-cleaning Intakes Good low maintenance sample preparation and filtration is essential to ensure accurate results and to protect instrumentation. Analyser tubes and cells are particularly susceptible to blockage by suspended particles in sample…

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Open Loop Water Source Heat Pump Systems

Open Loop Water Source Heat Pump Systems – In the drive to reduce carbon emissions the world has seen a proliferation of renewable technologies.  Here at Rotorflush Filters Ltd we have seen an increase in enquiries for the use…

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Waste Water Treatment Filters for Inlet Screen Wash Water and Analysers

Waste Water Treatment Filters The UK Water Industry makes extensive use of Rotorflush self-cleaning filters and pumps.  The filtered water keeps spray bars and nozzles from clogging with suspended solids, weed or debris. Consequently, water companies use our submersible…

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Farming Pumps and Filters

Farming Pumps and Filters – Dirty Water Solutions for Agriculture Farms use a lot of water. This can be mains water, water taken from streams, rivers or ponds, or rainwater run off.  Water is used for vegetable washing, irrigation,…

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Hydroponics water filters for lettuces

Hydroponics Water Filters

Hydroponics Water Filters     Filtration is important in hydroponic systems to maintain a clean water supply and nutrient solution. Keeping the water clean and debris free reduces the risk of disease. Hydroponics water filters make better use of water and…

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Dirty water irrigation in the field

Dirty Water Irrigation

Dirty Water Irrigation Systems –   Dirty water irrigation and dewatering slurry lagoons present particular filtration problems.  No-one wants to tanker dirty water away, yet pumping dirty water to irrigators often results in blocked strainers, pumps, pipework and nozzles….

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Livestock Watering

Livestock Watering  – Raising livestock requires a lot of water. Livestock watering is becoming more and more complex as herds get bigger and new farming methods are adopted. Animals need access to fresh drinking water – and a surprisingly…

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