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HYDAC

Process Technology
Water Filtration
Product Overview

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Solutions for Water Filtr ation
in Different Applications
Offshore wind power Marine Oil platforms / FPSO

Power plant
Desalination plants

Refinery

Chemical industry

City / municipality

Steelworks
Paper industry

Mining
Irrigation

Automotive industry Sewage treatment plants

Every drop counts... Certified environ-­ Filtration seen as a sustainable resource HYDAC process filters
mental management for the efficient filtration of...
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67 % Swamps + brackish water

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Reduce Operating Costs
with HYDAC Filter Solutions

Membrane filtration “Poor pre- filtration Challenge


can cause damage
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’ n the area of water treatment, various pressure-driven membrane and prove expensive...” Particulate contaminants can cause damage
processes are employed: to membrane filters:
l Micro filtration D
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 amaged membranes increase the risk
l Ultra filtration of contamination reaching the clean water side
l Nano-filtration R
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 esults in expensive maintenance and repair work
l Reverse osmosis as well as downtimes
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’ n so doing, the smallest particles (retentate) are retained W
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 hen using conventional automatic filters
and removed by a membrane. a relatively large pre-filter pump system is required

Automatic pre-filtration – AutoFilt® RF10 with innovative filter Finest filtration – the process line filters PLF1 and PLF2
technology reduces the costs of pump system pre-filters ensure a reduced differential pressure and longer service life

Conventional back-flushing filter ∆p


Required operating pressure min. 2 bar, back-flushing pressure min. 1.5 bar p C hanging the
filter element

Salt

Longer service life


water, Coarse Pre-filter Automatic Pressure Holding UF UF RO RO After Longer service
brackish screen Feed back- control tank feed system feed system treatment
water pump flushing valve pump pump life
filter
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Cost driver: Differe you benefit from optimal
p H YDAC filtration an a longer filter
l Pre-filter pump installations must have large enough dimensions element service life.

l Additional control devices for setting the required filtrate pressure of 1.5 bar t
t C ompetition t H YDAC

Save energy costs


➞ HYDAC solution: HYDAC AutoFilt RF10 ®
With our filter elements, you can benefit from a very low
Highly efficient back-flushing under low pressure conditions and with long back-flushing line differential pressure. Even a differential pressure saving
of 0.49 bar can produce energy savings of up to €42k,
depending on the flow rate.

Costs and Energy Efficiency


Salt
water,
brackish Coarse Pre-filter Holding UF UF RO RO After
screen feed tank feed system feed system treatment
water pump AutoFilt® RF10 pump pump
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HYDAC Water Filtration –
Work Areas and Fineness
Challenges in water treatment... ... and the solution from HYDAC
A reverse osmosis plant based on semi-permeable membranes is usually at the end of Filter solutions from HYDAC can be used both as protective filters and work filters.
the water processing chain. The pre-filtered untreated water is pumped back through As protective filters they would be used for the pre-treatment of the media for the protection
the membrane with a high pressure pump in order to separate it into pure water and waste water. of ultra filtration systems (UF) or multi-media filters (MMF), and as work filter they can even
take over the functions of ultra-filtration systems (UF) or multi-media filters (MMF) and perform
It becomes clear why the condition of the untreated water is of particular importance
the entire pre-treatment of the water prior to the reverse osmosis.
for the reverse osmosis (RO): contaminated or damaged membranes result in pressure losses
and eventually in downtimes or damages to the entire system.

Coarse filtration Fine filtration Finest filtration Cleaning in place


≥ 200 µm 200 – 25 µm 25 – 1 µm filtration

Conventional
solution
Intake UF RO

Filter element = Processmicron® High Flow / 9" HLC

Conventional
solution
Intake MMF RO

Filter element = Processmicron® High Flow / 9" HLC

HYDAC solution
Special
Intake RO

Filter element = Processmicron® High Flow 6"

Intake =
upstream
UF =
ultra filtration
MMF =
multi-media filters
RO =
reverse osmosis

Overview
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Surface Insurance
Allround talent The specialist The bodyguard The bodyguard
Dirt trap Hybrid champion against
AutoFilt® for low pressure for high requirements for high requirements
PRFS AutoFilt® ATF Processmicron® downtimes
RF3 / RF4 / RF5 / AutoFilt® PLF2 PLF1
screen basket filter TwistFlow Strainer and Flexmicron PMRF
RF7 RF10 inline filter inline filter
filter elements candle filters

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The Dirt Trapper: Process Screen The Hybrid: Automatic Filter
Basket Filter PRFS / PRFSD AutoFilt® ATF TwistFlow Strainer
Product description Product description
l Screen basket filter – l Coarse separation by centrifugal force
also available as double filter with guaranteed filtration ratings
l Used as coarse filter, bypass filter l 2-stage operating principle:
or pre-separator 1. Centrifugal separation tackles
’  High contamination loads
Screen basket technology 2. Conical filter element
’  Guarantees the filtration rating
l Screen basket insert with bracket
l Wire mesh 25 to 1000 µm
Filter element technology
l Wedge wire: 50 to 3000 µm
l Depending on the specific weight, even
l Perforated plate 3000 to 10000 µm particles < 100 µm are separated effectively
l Wedge wire or SuperMesh wire mesh
Product advantages 200 to 3000 µm

l High filtration efficiency l Optional: SuperFlush non-stick coating

l Simple handling
Product advantages
l Robust filter materials –
ideal for long-term operation l No transfer of contamination
to the clean side
l Cleanable filter materials
l Suitable for a wide variability
l Low operating costs
in the quality of untreated water
l Particles cannot enter the clean side
l Consistent filtrate quality
when changing the basket
l Also available as skid solution
l Also available as a switchable double filter
for high flow rates

Coarse Filtration  ≥ 200 µm


Sectional view PRFS Sectional drawing for AutoFilt® ATF Skid solution

Specifications PRFS / PRFSD screen basket filter Specifications AutoFilt® TwistFlow Strainer ATF

Nominal size l DN 50 – DN 700 Nominal size l G 1" – DN 200

Volume flow Q max l 3600 m3/h Volume flow Q max l 400 m3/h,
higher volume flows with skid solution possible

Operating pressure p max l 16 bar Operating pressure p max l 16 bar


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Filtration ratings l 25 µm to 10000 µm Filtration ratings l Dependent on particle nature
and operating conditions

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The Allrounder: Automatic Filters
AutoFilt® RF3 / RF4 / RF5 / RF7
Product description
Mode of operation
l Self-cleaning automatic filter in
Filtration – vertical design:
l Fluid enters the housing tangentially AutoFilt® RF3 / RF4 / RF5
– horizontal design,
l As a result of the tangential inflow space-saving: AutoFilt® RF7
and the conical housing cross-section,
the fluid flows down in a spiral shape – compact design for low
volume flows: AutoFilt® RF4
l Particles with a high density – economy design with
are pressed against the housing wall vertical inlet, up to 200 µm:
by the centrifugal forces, and are AutoFilt® RF5
deposited in the lower section
of the housing
Filter element technology
l Particles with a low density, which are
not deposited below, are separated out l Conical filter elements
by the conical slotted tube filter element l Wedge wire: 50 to 3000 µm
with a defined filtration rating l SuperMesh wire mesh: 25 to 60 µm

Product advantages
l Automatic back-flushing reduces
operating costs
l Isokinetic filtration and back-flushing
Cleaning provides greater efficiency
l Variable flange positions
l Deposited particles and those separated
by the conical slotted tube filter element l Numerous material and control variants
collect in the lower section and are l No interruption of the filtrate flow
removed periodically during back-flushing
l Cleaning is performed by flushing l Proved its worth over a thousand times
with unfiltered fluid
l Filtration is continuous as only partial
flow is used for flushing

Back-
flushing
line

Low High

The AutoFilt® TwistFlow Strainer ATF can achieve ratings finer than 200 µm Back-flushing efficiency in conical filter
Depending on the specific weight, even particles < 100 µm are separated effectively. elements compared to conventional cylinder
Sectional drawing for AutoFilt® RF3 filter elements
Whereas with conventional hydrocyclones under changed operating conditions there is the risk of contamination
reaching the clean side, the conical wedge wire in the AutoFilt® ATF performs a protective function (safety filter)
with defined filtration ratings and thus prevents contamination reaching the clean side.
Specifications AutoFilt® RF3 / RF4 / RF5 / RF7
Efficiency / Specific weight Specific weight Specific weight
particle size 7.5 g/cm3 2.6 g/cm3 1.7 g/cm3
Nominal size l G 1" – DN 900
> 100 µm 99 % 98 % 77 %
Volume flow Q max l 7500 m3/h
100 – 75 µm 92 % 84 % 35 %

75 – 50 µm 87 % 78 % 21 % Operating pressure p max l 100 bar


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Filtration ratings l 25 µm to 3000 µm

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The Specialist for Low Pressure –
Automatic Filter AutoFilt® RF10
Product description
Versions
l Self-cleaning automatic filter
AutoFilt® RF3 AutoFilt® RF4
l Hydrodynamic suction effect
The allrounder – Filtration Back-flushing Compact for
l Conical JetFlush technology
proved its worth low flow rates
over a thousand
times Filter element technology
l Conical filter elements
l Wedge wire: 50 to 3000 µm
l SuperMesh wire mesh: 25 to 60 µm

Product advantages
l Back-flushing independent of pressure
on clean side of filter
AutoFilt® RF5 AutoFilt® RF7 l Dependent only on the inlet pressure
Economy with Horizontal design saves space l Highly efficient back-flushing with low pressure
vertical inlet conditions and long back-flush lines
up to 200 µm
l Suitable for high contamination loads
and contamination peaks

Inlet back-flushing line

Mode of operation
Filtration Filtration Back-flushing Low High

l The medium being filtered flows through the filter elements


Back-flushing efficiency in conical filter
from the inside to the outside
elements compared to conventional cylinder
l Contamination particles then collect on the smooth inside filter elements
of the filter elements Back-
flushing
l As the level of contamination increases, the differential line
pressure between the contaminated and clean sides of the ∆p
filter increases. If the pressure loss reaches the differential
pressure trigger point, back-flushing starts automatically
Back-flushing independent of pressure on clean side of filter
Back-flushing
l AutoFilt® RF3 / RF5 / RF7: The gear motor rotates the flushing
arm under the filter elements that need cleaning
l AutoFilt® RF4: During automatic back-flushing, the pneumatic
Specifications AutoFilt® RF10
drive rotates the filter element plate, including the filter
elements, into the correct position, so that a contaminated Nominal size l DN 100 – DN 600
filter element sits over the flushing opening
l The back-flush valve is opened
Volume flow Q max l 3500 m3/h
l The pressure drop between filtrate side and back-flush
line flushes a small amount of the filtrate back through the
Operating pressure p max l 6 bar
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contaminated filter elements
l The contaminant particles deposited on the inside of the filter
elements are loosened and flushed into the back-flush line via Filtration ratings l 25 µm to 3000 µm
the flushing arm

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Filtration function Back-flushing function
Filtration Filtration without Back-flushing – Phase 1 Simultaneously during filtration
interrupting production:
E Phase 1 of back-flushing –
Consistent performance
Removing the contamination particles
and cleanliness
l The medium being filtered enters the Back-flushing in general:
filter housing via the filter inlet A and l The gear motor E rotates the flushing arm F
flows through the filter elements of to the filter element to be cleaned G
the back-flushing filter from the inside
to the outside B and leaves the filter
J1 l The back-flush valve H opens
D via the filter outlet C l The pressure drop between the filter inlet A
and the back-flush line I, combined with the
l During the filtration process, the
conical geometry of the element triggers the
JetFlush reservoir D located above
special jet-flush effect of the AutoFilt® RF10
the filter elements is filled with
medium from the dirty side l The remaining filter elements continue filtering
to ensure uninterrupted filtration
l As fluid is filtered, particles collect
C on the inside of the filter elements G Phase 1 of back-flushing –
Stripping away the contamination:
l As the level of contamination
increases, the differential pressure l In the first phase, unfiltered fluid from the JetFlush
B B between the contaminated and clean H reservoir J1 above flows into the filter element
side of the filter increases l The conical filter element geometry produces a
F
l When the differential pressure core flow here, supplied mainly by the JetFlush
reaches the pre-set trigger point, A reservoir
back-flushing starts automatically l This core flow is supported by the open JetFlush
effect which also draws water from the filtrate side
Triggering back-flushing
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into the inside of the filter element
A Automatic back-flushing is triggered:
l In case of exceedance,
the differential pressure is triggered
Back-flushing – Phase 2 Effective back-flushing
l By means of a timer without interrupting filtration
l By pressing the test button
Phase 2 of back-flushing –
Discharging the contamination:

l Once the core flow has developed, the JetFlush


reservoir located above the filter element is closed
J2
J2

K l Closing the filter element initiates the second


phase, namely discharging the contamination:

Fine Filtration  200 – 25 µm


The fluid column which is already moving sucks
water from the filtrate side to K because no fluid is
entering the filter element because it is now closed
at the top
l Due to the conical filter element geometry,
the whole surface of the filter element is now
clean and residue-free
Filtration
l The contamination is discharged via
H
the back-flushing line I
l After cleaning the filter element, the flushing arm
rotates to the next filter element to be cleaned;
the process is repeated
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l When the back-flush cycle is finished,
I the back-flush valve is closed H
Filtration Back-flushing Back-flushing Back-flushing
Phase 1 Phase 2

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Bodyguard for High Requirements – Bodyguard for High Requirements –
Inline Filter PLF1 up to 200 m3/h Inline Filter PLF2 up to 3000 m3/h
Product description Product description
l Continuous separation of solids from low viscosity fluids l Continuous separation of solids from low viscosity fluids
l One-step filter housing for up to two filter elements l One-step filter housing for up to 21 filter elements
l Flow rates up to 200 m /h3
l Flow rates up to 3000 m3/h

Filter element technology Filter element technology


l High quality filter elements made from polyester l High quality filter elements made from polyester
or polypropylene or polypropylene
l Multi-layer filter mat construction l Multi-layer filter mat construction
l Staged (graduated) depth filtration l Staged (graduated) depth filtration
l Protection for the clean side l Protection for the clean side

Processmicron® filter elements in 3 versions: Processmicron® filter elements in 3 versions:


1) Work filtration: 1) Work filtration:
Larger flow surface Larger flow surface
for higher contamination loads for higher contamination loads
’ HighFlow 6" ’ HighFlow 6"

2) Comprehensive work filtration: 2) Comprehensive work filtration:


Double the safety, even for contamination Double the safety, even for contamination
peaks due cascade effects peaks due cascade effects
’ HighLoadCascade 9" ’ HighLoadCascade 9"

3) Protective filtration: 3) Protective filtration:


High volumetric flows High volumetric flows
’ HighFlow 9" ’ HighFlow 9"

Product advantages Product advantages


l Excellent deposition rates l Excellent deposition rates
l Low pressure drops due to large cross sections l Low pressure drops due to large cross sections
and filter areas and filter areas
l Very large filter area per filter element l Very large filter area per filter element
l Compact design with high flow rates l Compact design with high flow rates
l Flow-optimised design l Space-saving horizontal filter design
l Protection of the clean side during element change l Flow-optimised design
l High contamination retention capacity l Protection of the clean side during element change
l Modular design gives optimal flexibility l High contamination retention capacity
in catering for every application l Modular design gives optimal flexibility
Sectional and functional drawing for PLF1 Sectional view PLF2 in catering for every application

Specifications PLF1 Inline Filters Specifications PLF2 Inline Filters

Nominal size l DN 40 – DN 150 Nominal size l DN 200 – DN 600

Volume flow Q max l 200 m3/h Volume flow Q max l 3000 m3/h

Operating pressure p max l 16 bar Operating pressure p max l 16 bar


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Filtration ratings l 1 µm to 90 µm Filtration ratings l 1 µm to 90 µm

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Processmicron® Filter Elements Insurance against Downtimes –
for Series PLF1 and PLF2 Candle Filters PMRF
Technical data Product description
l Filtration ratings: 1 µm to 90 µm l Separation of solid particles from low viscosity fluids
l Length: 20", outer diameter 6" or 9"
l Suitable for applications with the highest cleanliness
l Type of filter element pleated or Spun Spray requirements
l Filter material: polyester or polypropylene
l Tried-and-tested candle filter technology
Design of Processmicron® Filter Elements for finest filtration
l Also available as a switchable double filter
Multi-layer filter mat construction
l Robust and high-quality layer structure Filter element technology
’ No skewing of the filter layers   l Filtration ratings: 1 µm to 90 µm
l High contamination retention
l Low pressure loss l Flexmicron Premium: durable, pleated filter elements
(pleat technology) with low layer thickness made from
melt-blown or high-quality glass fibres for graduated
depth filtration
’  Long service life even in fluids difficult to filter

l Flexmicron Standard: Spun Spray depth filter elements


Staged (graduated) depth filtration (melt-blown) for graduated depth filtration:
l High purity in single passage high cleanliness in a single pass, high filter thickness
l High layer thickness of the filter medium of filter medium
’  High storage volume for contamination
’ High storage volume for contamination’ 
l Flexmicron Economy: Spun Spray depth filter elements
(melt-blown) suitable for applications with medium
The right filter element for optimal particle filtration requirements for fluid and type purity
’  Inexpensive solution
HighFlow 6"
Working filtration: Product advantages
l M-pleat l Economic operation through high quality standards,
l Optimised, enlarged upstream area defined filtration rates and high separation values
for high polluting loads
l Compact housing with high flow rates
l Service-friendly for filter element change
l Efficient system and component protection
l Environmentally safe disposal, as incinerable

Very Fine Filtration  25 – 1 µm


HighLoadCascade 9"
Comprehensive working filtration:
l Combination of parallel folds (outside)
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and M-folds (inside)


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l Double security, even with contamination surges,


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Sectional view PMRF


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thanks to cascading effect


C

l Selection of filter layers precisely tailored to the


filtration task at hand (outer and inner layers)
Specifications PMRF Candle Filters

HighFlow 9" Nominal size l G 1" – DN 250

Protective filtration:
Volume flow Q max l 1200 m3/h
l Pleated filter element construction (parallel folding)
l High flow rates
Operating pressure p max l 40 bar

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l Extreme fold stability through parallel folding


at large filter element circumference
Filtration ratings l 1 µm to 90 µm

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