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4/17/2013

Backflushing Filter System

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Global Filtration Systems, formerly a division of Asahi/America, will exhibit its AF-Series backflushing filter system, which enables filtration without disassembly for cleaning.

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Global Filtration Systems, formerly a division of Asahi/America, will exhibit its AF-Series backflushing filter system, which enables filtration without disassembly for cleaning. Permanent media is periodically backflush-cleaned using a patented design and a short cycle, without solution loss.

Available in both manual and fully automated configurations with standard flow rates to 600 gpm and temperatures to 180°F, these rugged systems are designed to resist the effects of corrosive chemicals and other hostile fluids. They feature all-plastic, non-corrosive construction and are suited for a variety of aggressive chemicals as well as process water. 

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