AZUD LUXON MFH

Automatic hydraulic screen filters suitable for all applications, available in a wide range of micron sizes, all with the same high quality guarantee of AZUD.

Max. flow: 564 m³/h (2483 gpm).

Advantage

  1. Energy efficient.
    The consumption during the flushing cycle is minimal.

  2. Wide selection of screens.
    From 80 to 1.000 micron.

  3. Versatility.
    From 4” to 12”.

  4. Resistance.
    Temperatures to 60ºC.

  5. Large screen area.
    Up to 12.000 cm².

  6. Resistant material.
    The screen is manufactured in high quality stainless steel.

  7. Time saving.
    The filtration process and the flushing cycle occur simultaneously.

  8. Easy instalation.
    The filters are delivered to be installed.

Specifications

MODELS
  • MFH 2400 M
  • MFH 4800 M
  • MFH 7200 M
  • MFH 9600 M
  • MFH 12000 M

Screen support

Molded screen

Manifold

4″ – 6″

Filtration area (cm²)

2400

Screen support

Molded screen

Manifold

4″ – 6″ – 8″

Filtration area (cm²)

4800

Screen support

Molded screen

Manifold

6″ – 8″ – 10″

Filtration area (cm²)

7200

Screen support

Molded screen

Manifold

8″ – 10″ – 12″

Filtration area (cm²)

9600

Screen support

Molded screen

Manifold

8″ – 10″ – 12″

Filtration area (cm²)

12000

Additional Info.

FILTRATION PHASE

Raw water enters from the inlet manifold to the coarse screen,trapping larger particles that could interfere with the filtercleaning mechanism -in vertical models, large and heavyparticles are separated by gravity.

Then water flows IN-OUT through the weave wire screen, trapping in the inner screen surface bigger particles than the filtration degree. Clean waterflows out through the outlet manifold . Particles build-up createsa filter cake that increases the pressure differential between inletand outlet, and this activates the cleaning cycle when the pre-setpoint is reached.

SELF-CLEANING PHASE

Clean water supply is not interrupted when the cleaning cycle isactivated. The cleaning phase starts with the opening of the drainvalve, that creates a pressure gradient between the pressurizedinner filter and the atmosphere. At the same time, the suctionnozzle scanner spirals along the complete inner surface of the screen.

As a result of the pressure difference, a high velocity SuctionEffect is created at the inlet of the nozzles, making the waterflows OUT- IN through the filter element and vacuuming all theparticles retained on the screen surface.