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Water Filtration

Historically, industrial water and wastewater treatment have been conducted using filter cartridges. However, recent technology and superior engineering have allowed for industrial filter bag housing units to complete the work.

Industrial Process Water – Filtration systems are essential in the treatment of industrial process water including wash water and cooling water before it is reused or disposed of. Fragments of what was cooled — metal, plastic, or rubber — or chemicals that are present will be left behind if an ineffective filter bag housing unit is used. Industrial wash and cooling water are often ripe with harmful contaminants that are damaging to the environment and create water that is unsafe to reuse.

Agricultural Water – Water that is used for agricultural processes face some unique challenges by way of availability and quality. With the declining availability of fresh surface water sources, the agricultural industry has had to turn to groundwater and recycled industrial wastewater, in addition to recycling its own water for reuse. Reusing industrial water can lead to additional chemicals and contaminants being introduced to the crops if it was not properly filtered before being disposed of. To mitigate risks, improve the quality of water being used, and meet expanding government regulations, filter bag housing systems can be used to filter water before it is used on crops, regardless of the water source. Bag filter systems help to remove additional sand, salt, pesticides, and chemicals, along with other particles and contaminants that may harm crops or those who consume the crop yield.

Potable Water Filtration

Bag filters are used for industrial well water filtration to produce potable water for consumption. Filtration is a critical component to creating safe, drinkable water, regardless of the water source that is used. Bag filters and filter bag housing systems are used to remove silt and solids, chemicals, excess minerals, and harmful microbes, among other things. There are very strict federal regulations that guide the collection, processing, and treatment of water that is to be deemed potable, whether it is used in public collection sites or bottles and sold as drinking water.

Groundwater Filtration – Groundwater sources including underground aquifers and wells provide drinking water when it is pumped to the surface. Groundwater sources should be filtered to remove sediments, salt, sand, and other impurities that have collected, including chemicals from industrial water runoff and sewer, overflows.

Surface-water Filtration – Surface water is that which is collected from stream, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. Filter bag housings and bag filters remove dirt, salt, algae, and sediments that may have been collected.

Founded on Integrity and Quality, Backed by Science and Superior Engineering

When it comes to water treatment, there is no room for shortcuts or subpar quality. At Filter Sciences, we use the superior materials and engineering practices to create filter bag housing units that support the water treatment industry’s goals and meets the rigid standards. Our stainless steel filter bag housing units are available at carbon steel pricing, assembled in the United States, and ready to ship. Because we engineer and create all of our filter bag housing systems, if we do not have what you need in stock, we can custom engineer one to meet your gallon and flow requirements. Contact us for your quote today.