Activated carbon filtration unit
for water

activated carbon filtration unit
activated carbon filtration unit
activated carbon filtration unit
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activated carbon
Designed for
for water
Filtration size

25 µm

Flow rate

Min.: 1 m³/h (35.315 ft³/h)

Max.: 93 m³/h (3,284.264 ft³/h)


Standard: Duplex or triplex. Water flow from 1 to 93 m3/h Specific: Tailored to site demands Babcock Wanson, specialist in boiler house and water treatment solutions, provides a wide range of water filtration systems for industry. Our team stands ready to design and install the most efficient and cost-effective equipment for each individual application. Each filtration system is unique and custom-built to suit the requirements of the process. Different filtering media is utilised according to the physicochemical and microbiological characteristics of the raw water and the desired final water quality. Sand / Silex filtration is usually used to remove large particles up to 25 µm from the water. Hydro-anthracite / Silex double bed allows a better retention of suspended solids. Activated carbon filtration is mainly used to remove organic matter, heavy metals, halogenated substances such as chlorine, pesticides and compounds that can result in impaired taste or unpleasant odour. Babcock Wanson has designed simplex multi-valve filters which can be operated in duplex, triplex, and multiplex arrangements. Electronic control units with rotary distributors connected to each section by communication cables. Programming of this control unit allows alternate or parallel operation. Filtration applications in industries Industrial process water Filtration can be applied to remove suspended oils, solids, and other contaminants to obtain high quality water. Drinking water Boiler feed water


*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.