Chlorine reduction filters Ecosoft FPA

Ecosoft FPA 4872-2H filter for chlorine reduction

Artnumber: FPA-4872-2H
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Article: FPA-4872-2H

The Ecosoft FPA 4872 filter is intended to reduce contents of chlorine and its toxic compounds in water, as well as organic impurities that color the water yellow. The filter is applicable for objects with capacity below 14 m3/h (28 m3/h in case the Ecosoft FK or FU filters are applied before).    

The filter represents a durable vessel filled with high-quality activated carbon FILTRASORB® 300 (Calgon Carbon Corporation, USA), and is completed with a multifunction control valve.

The unique control valve is developed by Clack Corporation (USA). It provides filter’s independent service, keeps constant reserve of purified water and doesn’t require any special attention.

Key advantages:

  • Fully automatic and noise-free

  • Service life of the filter media is no less than 1.5 years

  • Low volume of water consumption for regeneration thanks to light weight of the media

  • Quality guaranteed by the international CE and ISO certificates

Technical parameters:

Operational capacity, m3/hour

14

Capacity after the Ecosoft FK or FU filters, m3/hour

28

Volume of activated carbon FILTRASORB® 300, kg

500

Volume of quartz sand (base layer), kg

375

Water consumption during regeneration, m3/hour

28

Regeneration duration, min

15…30

Water volume per one regeneration, m3

7…14

Required level of water pre-treatment from sediment particles

100 micron

Operating pressure, bar

2...6

Pressure drop in service mode, bar

1.0…1.5

Temperature of feed water, ⁰C

+4...+30

Power supply and consumption of control valve

230 V, 50 Hz, up to 30 W

Connection (male thread)

2”

Net weight, kg

1180

Filter dimensions (height x length), cm

274x124

Components of the filter:

  • Filter vessel with distribution devices

  • Clack WS3 multifunctional control valve (USA)

  • Calgon Carbon Corporation FILTRASORB® 300 activated carbon (USA)

Activated carbon is well known to be an effective sorbent with a large active surface. It is an indispensable component of every first aid kit. At the same time, activated carbons are also widely used in many industries to remove various impurities. In water treatment, activated carbon is used to reduce contents of chlorine, chlorination by-products and organic matter typical for surface waters.

The filter is connected to cold water supply line. Pre-treated from sediment particles, the water enters the filter vessel filled with active carbon. The carbon reduces contents of chlorine, chlorination by-products and organic matter from the water. The purified water is delivered to consumer through the riser pipe of the filter vessel.

When the filter media is exhausted, the filter independently starts regeneration, but only when water consumption is minimal, in order not to limit consumer’s access to the purified water. During regeneration, water is backwashed at high speed to clean the surface of the activated carbon by washing out all the impurities, and then it is discharged into the sewer. After that, the filter can be used for water purification again. For regeneration, untreated feed water is used.



Due to the use of a multifunctional valve, the filter does not require constant attention. If any problem arises, the valve will inform about the problem at the display with a text message containing contact information of service center.