Horizontal Pressure Filters are an effective, inexpensive, and low maintenance method of reducing many raw water constituents including, but not limited to, iron, manganese, turbidity, colour, arsenic (as co-precipitant), and radium (with HMO).
Water is introduced to the top of the vessel where it passes through a bed of granular media to remove unwanted particulates. The water then passes through an underdrain plate with distribution nozzles for effluent discharge. Once the media fouls to a predetermined set-point, a backwash cycle is required to dislodge residual particulate for waste discharge.
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