Hydrodex future-proof premium line of FRP cartridge filter housing are made of the industry’s top-rated materials for a maintenance free, rigid and durable product.
A. FEATURES AND BENEFITS
|Manufactured with corrosion resistant
|• Long, effective service life.
• No need for expensive cathodic protection.
• No need for costly pipe coating, wrapping, lining,
painting, or use of polyethylene wraps.
• Low maintenance costs.
• Hydraulic characteristics essentially remain
unchanged over time.
|Light weight. 1/4 the weight of ductile iron
and 1/10 of concrete pipe.
|• Easy to install.
• Low delivery and shipping costs. No need for expensive handling equipment.
|Extremely smooth bore.||• Low friction loss means less pumping energy needed.
• Minimum slime build up can help lower cleaning
Hydrodex FRP cartridge filter housing also meet the world’s most renowned codes and standards.
B. APPLICABLE CODES/STANDARDS
|ASTM D-3262||Standard Specification for “Fiberglass” (Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Thermosetting-Resin) Sewer Pipe|
|ASTM D-3517||Standard Specification for “Fiberglass” (Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Thermosetting-Resin) Pressure Pipe|
|ASTM D-3754||Standard Specification for “Fiberglass” (Glass-Fiber-Reinforced
Thermosetting-Resin) Sewer and Industrial Pressure Pipe
|AWWA C-950||Fiberglass Pressure Pipe|
|AWWA M-45||Fiberglass Pipe Design Manual|
|BS EN 1796||Plastics Piping Systems for Water Supply With or Without Pressure –
Glass-Reinforced Thermosetting Plastics (GRP) Based on Unsaturated
Polyester Resin (UP).
|BS EN 14364||Plastics Piping Systems for Drainage and Sewerage With or Without
Pressure – Glass-Reinforced Thermosetting Plastics (GRP) Based on
Unsaturated Polyester Resin (UP) – Specifications for Pipes, Fittings and Joints.
|ASME Section X||ASME’s Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) for Fiber-Reinforced Pressure Vessels.|
|NSF 61||National Sanitary Foundation Standard 61.|
|FDA CFR Title 21||
Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 for Water Filters.
What is the Difference Between Pleated, String Wound and Melt Blown Filter Cartridges?
Each type of filter cartridges is acceptable for pretreatment to RO membranes. Pleated filter cartridge is typically used in higher purity applications such as pharmaceuticals and microelectronics. String wound filter cartridge is just as they sound; material such as polypropylene in string form which is wound around a central core. The disadvantage of these filter cartridges is that they suffer form particle unloading at higher pressure drops and require a slower velocity through them than other types of filter cartridges. Typically 2-3 gpm per 10 inch equivalent rather than 5 gpm per 10 inch equivalent for pleated and melt blown filter cartridges. The melt blown variety is thermally bonded polypropylene microfibers and is typically denser near the core than at the outside.
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