Water filter 180-FRP
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Characteristics

Designed for
water
Filtration element
fiberglass
Applications
process
Material
plastic
Mounting
flange
Cleaning
self-cleaning
Fluid specification
for seawater
Other characteristics
in-line, horizontal, large
Flow

Max.: 4,500 us gal/min (17,034.353 l/min)

Min.: 15 us gal/min (56.781 l/min)

Operating pressure

Max.: 150 psi

Min.: 35 psi

Filtration size

Max.: 4,000 µm

Min.: 5 µm

Fluid temperature

150 °F (65.6 °C)

Description

180-FRP Sea Water Filtration 180 FIBERGLASS REINFORCED PLASTIC (FRP) SERIES FILTERS – SEA WATER FILTRATION The 180 Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Series filters offer an ideal solution for corrosion resistance in brackish, brine and seawater filtration applications. Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, or Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) is a composite material or fiber-reinforced polymer made of a plastic reinforced by fine fibers made of glass.¹ All wetted components of the FRP Series self-cleaning filters are constructed from seawater- resistant plastic or other high alloy materials. Forsta’s FRP Series self-cleaning water filters are available with an on-line, or in-line flange configuration to accommodate simple installation, and easily integrate with any pipeline in a seawater filtration process. A two-stage screening distinguishes the FRP Series filters. A coarse screen is responsible for straining out large debris from the water source, and the fine screen purifies water to the designated micron rating. Flow Rate - 15 - 4,500 gpm Flush Cycle Duration - 6 - 20 seconds Flush Valve Size - single 1″ or single 2″ Screen Opening - 5µ - 4,000µ Temperature - 150ºF Flush Volume - 15-110 gallons per backwash Working Pressure - 35 - 150 psi

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