Submersible Pumps with Self-cleaning Filters – 220 L/min
Three ranges of high quality submersible pumps with self-cleaning filters built-in. The pumps prevent the pump and filter from blocking because they are fitted with self-cleaning filters. They use a continuous automatic backwash to deliver an uninterrupted supply of filtered output. They are ideal for use in water contaminated with suspended solids.
The self-cleaning inlet ﬁlters are capable of filtering up to 14 cubic metres per hour. They have screen apertures ranging from 60 – 315 microns. They protect the pump and other equipment from blockage thereby extending pump life and reducing maintenance to a minimum.
Pumping and Filtering combined
Traditional basket strainers get blocked easily. Our industrial submersible pumps with self-cleaning filters are an efficient 21st Century replacement to pumps with plain inlet screens. Because our filterpumps have a built-in automatic backwash this prevents the filter from blinding and the pump from blocking in the very dirty water. Pumping and filtering are combined in one easy to install ‘plug and play’ unit.
“We have used the filter pump range on a number of our installations where water source quality was likely to be a problem, e.g.: rivers, ponds, rainwater harvesting. The pumps have performed the task and provided a simple solution to what may have been an expensive and complicated alternative. We have found Rotorflush an excellent Company to deal with, both on the sales and technical side.”
Our smaller submersible pumps with self-cleaning filters deliver up to 225 litres / minute at up to 10 bars of filtered water. We offer three ranges of filterpumps of this capacity to cater for low head, medium head and high pressure use.
The Omnia Range of low head submersible pumps have an inbuilt self-cleaning suction intake filter to allow hassle free pumping and filtering in dirty water. These smaller filterpumps are ideal for:
- Larger domestic garden ponds
- Sampling for water monitoring
- Water screening for dosing system equipment
- Domestic open loop water source heat pump installations
- Small irrigation projects and much more……….
Omnia range pumps have a maximum output of 225 litres a minute, and can pump up to 10 metres head.
The Idrogo Range of medium head submersible pumps provide more pressure than the Omnia range. They also have an integral self-cleaning filter to allow hassle free pumping and filtering in dirty water. These medium head filterpumps are ideal for:
- Keeping fountains and water features free from blockage
- Vegetable washing
- Dirty water systems on farms
- Industrial solids / water separation and much more……….
Idrogo range pumps have a maximum output of 120 litres a minute, and can pump up to 80 metres head.
The Nauti Range of low head submersible pumps are centrifugal pumps fitted with self-cleaning suction intake filters to protect the pump and any connected equipment from blocking. These high pressure filterpumps are ideal for:
- Dirty water systems on farms
- Wash water and wash down at waste water treatment plants
- High pressure irrigation
- Industrial filtration and pumping
- High pressure pumping and filtering in dirty water conditions and much more……….
Nauti range pumps have a maximum output of 225 litres a minute, and can pump up to 100 metres head.
Nauti and Idrogo range submersible pumps are designed for fine filtration. They are fitted with a standard 300,115 or 60 micron filter mesh (300 Micron = 0.3 mm). As well as fine screening, the low head Omnia range can take coarser screens up to 3 mm.
Our large capacity industrial submersible pumps with self-cleaning filters deliver up to 1000 litres a minute. Our largest filterpumps can deliver up to 1800 litres a minute. Their automatic backwash runs continuously while the pump is running which keeps the intake screen clear of weed and debris that could block the pump.
Our pumps and filters can work in fluids containing up to 2000mg / litre (dry weight) total suspended solids. Rotorflush filterpumps produce a continuous filtered output at the pump which prevents downstream blockage to nozzles, valves and solenoids. Maintenance of these filterpumps is easy, infrequent and inexpensive because pumping and screening are combined and the screens self-clean.
As a result of their ease of use and minimal maintenance there is a growing demand for these products across many industries including waste water treatment, irrigation, heat pump installations, dirty water re-use, heat recovery and lint removal in laundries…………the list goes on and on.
The Environment Agency can place conditions on raw water abstraction licences in order to protect eels and other wildlife. Typically, this can be a constraint on the velocity of abstraction at a raw water intake and on the mesh size a used to screen the intake – usually 2 mm aperture or less.
Rotorflush filterpumps fitted with 200 mm diameter intakes comply with EA Eel regulations requiring an intake velocity of 0.1 metres / second up to the following flow rates:
Omnia range with a 2 mm mesh: Up to 192 litres / minute
Nauti and Idrogo Ranges with 315 micron steel mesh: Up to 102 litres / minute
Rotorflush filters are Eel friendly – our products can help with your compliance with the Environment Agency’s Eel Recovery Plan (Council Regulation No.1100/2007) and The Eel Regulations which now apply in England and Wales.
So call for more information about using Rotorflush filters for eel screening.
Please Note: Our filters are designed for use in dirty water or liquids with a viscosity close to that of water. Our filters and filterpumps are NOT suitable for use in raw sewage or any other dirty water which contains oils or fat.