RF100IND-Q Self-Cleaning Filter for Pump Inlets

From £199.00

The RF100-IND is the smallest of our award winning self-cleaning inlet filters. It filters up to 30 litres / minute and is designed to protect dry mounted pumps and other equipment.

This robust and reliable filter is easily installed. With compact, lightweight design and simple connections it can be  used for many garden and light industrial applications where there is a need to filter water. Ideal as a pond pump filter and for protecting small water features.

The filter uses 20 - 25% of the pump's output drive the internal backwashing rotor, cleaning the whole screen every ½ second. Debris, wildlife and suspended solids are kept clear of the filter mesh, protecting your pump and other downstream equipment.

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Key Features

  • Protects pumps, analyser cells, jets, solenoid valves etc from blockage
  • Self-cleaning, so maintenance is minimal
  • Low space requirement
  • Robust construction
  • Reliable and economical
  • Fine filtration to 60 microns
  • Protects newts and tadpoles from becoming trapped or injured

RF100IND-Q Self-Cleaning Filter


Rotorflush RF100IND-Q Self-Cleaning Filter – Technical Specifications


The RF100IND-Q self-cleaning filter is the smallest of Rotorflush’s award winning filters. It has a maximum usable flow (depending on conditions) of 30 litres / minute. This single head self-cleaning pump inlet filter is an ideal pond pump filter. It is designed to protect small surface mounted pumps and other equipment.

Ideal for:

  • Protecting newts and tadpoles as a pond pump filter
  • Protecting equipment from weed and debris
  • Filtration of samples to online analysers
  • Small irrigation systems
  • Rainwater harvesting systems
  • Small pond pumps, fountains and water features
  • Anywhere a flow of filtered fluid is required.



The RF100IND-Q Self-Cleaning Filter uses a proportion of the pump’s output to supply a feed to the internal backwashing rotor. The twin jets of the cleaning rotor rotate at about 60 rpm, cleaning the whole screen every ½ second. Approximately 20 – 25% of the pump output is required to supply the cleaning rotor.

For a larger capacity (up to 60 litres per minute) these filters can be combined to form a double headed duplex version that uses the same technology and filter cages, giving twice the flow rate.

As the cleaning mechanism is on the filtered side of the screen debris in the water will not obstruct the mechanism


Models & Specification

General CharacteristicsRF100IND-Q Self Cleaning Pump Inlet
Water supply to cleaning rotorTapped from pump outlet
Maximum output (m3 /hour)1.8
Standard screen mesh aperture (mm)60, 115, 250 micron nylon mesh in polypropylene cage
Dimensions (diameter / width x height) mm145 mm x 122 mm
Weight (kg)0.5


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RF100IND-Q Self-Cleaning Filter Construction

Filter cage and lidPolypropylene
JetsAcetal copolymer
BodyAcetal copolymer
Standard filter mesh screen60, 115 or 250 Micron Nylon Mesh



Rotorflush RF100IND-Q Self-Cleaning Filter – up to 30 litres per minute: £199.00 GBP exc of VAT and carriage

Please state filter mesh size: 60, 115 or 250 micron bias cut nylon mesh is available

Standard fittings are ¾ inch BSP outlet, and ½ inch BSP inlet  to the backwash.

If NPT connections are required please state when ordering


Please note:

Delivery is by carrier and is usually between 3 and 7 days from order depending on product and availability.

Carriage and packing charges are extra.

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