Hidro Solo comes up with new ways to build and reform funds of sand filters in water treatment plants: Pluvitec Blocks and False Metal Bottom, both carriers of Pluvitec Crepes, which guarantee greater versatility of application in various filter formats, low pressure drop and the possibility of using air as a backwash aid.
The constructive form of Pluvitec Crepes, discs and quantities , provide a total passage area of 23.8 cm², with an individual opening (each groove) of 0.4 mm. Because it has very low pressure drop, fewer units can be used per square meter, increasing the spacing between crepines. The current market has crepines that have a passage area of 2 to 3cm², that is, 10 times less, and since the backwash flow is 3 to 4 times the operating flow, the largest passage area and less pressure drop. Crepine Pluvitec become even more important. There is also the option of using discs with a 2 mm aperture, which has an even larger total passage, 30.1 cm², and can be used in upward filters or downward filters with support layer.
Pluvitec Blocks are injected with high impact polystyrene and the Pluvitec Crepes have a high-fiberglass-engineered plastic injection molded housing that, together with their shape and overlapping discs, makes them completely collapse-proof. The False Metallic Fund, on the other hand, has a high-tech carbon steel surface treatment and fiberglass coating, which ensures high quality protection against corrosion. Both Pluvitec Blocks and the False Metallic Fund, combined with Pluvitec Crepes, ensure no early disassembly of filters, eliminating repair costs ahead of schedule.
Among the main advantages of Hidro Solo technologies are:
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Hidro Solo comes up with new ways to build and renovate sand filter bottoms in water [...]