Automatic Self Cleaning Strainer
Automatic self cleaning strainers employ a single, electric motor-driven rotating screen and a rigid scraper bar to remove solids from the surface area of the screens when rotated.
Cleaning of the type is initiated when the motor and flush valve operator is actuated. We can provide controls to accomplish these electrical functions. We are NSF International certified.
Automatic Self Cleaning Strainers cleaning cycle must be performed while the strainer is under positive pressure. The automatic strainers can be provided in single and duplex configurations. Strainers are available in iron, steel, stainless, super duplex, and bronze.
Automatic Self Cleaning Strainers are manufactured to ISO-9001 and meet all codes: ASME, CE/PED, Lloyds Register, Navy Mil Specs, and others for industrial and marine environments. They are manufactured in sizes ranging from 1.5 inches to 20 inches in 5 available body styles to match application-specific requirements.
Automatic Industrial Strainers
Firstly, automatic industrial strainers are mentioned as self-cleaning strainers or backwashing strainers. Thus they are designed for applications that need a continuous operation. Secondly, a primary reason to use automatic strainers is for top solids loading that might require frequent basket cleaning.
Therefore, higher flow applications require larger baskets, which may be heavy and a burden to get rid of and clean. Moreover, automatic strainers eliminate the manual process of monitoring and cleaning baskets. Automatic strainers are ideally fitted for hazardous, explosive, or remote locations.
Dannenbaum LLC can have been a build-to-order factory. Hence, it’s easy for us to supply semi-custom solutions using our standard industrial strainers, filters, and valves because of the base platform. When a semi-custom solution doesn’t solve the matter, our skilled team of engineers is prepared to style a custom solution for your toughest industrial fluid-control challenge.
Self-cleaning automatic strainers are also known as automatic strainers or backwashing strainers, maybe a sort of filter which utilizes system pressure to wash.
Furthermore, Dannenbaum LLC type of self-cleaning strainers will remove unwanted particles from a water source within the 5-4,000 micron range and at flow rates starting from 10 GPM up to several thousand gallons per minute in large applications.
However, self-cleaning strainers save users money on water, energy, maintenance, and equipment replacement.
Automatic strainers are often mentioned as automatic self-cleaning strainers because, unlike many systems, the technology requires no routine maintenance.
For instance, an automatic strainer won’t require constant change-outs and system shutdowns, like a bag or cartridge filter.
Dannenbaum LLC supplies self-cleaning automatic strainers that will help protect pipes and a good range of equipment. Without adequate filtration, pipes acquire scale buildup causing a rise in the energy required to pump system water.
As pipe orifices become smaller, more energy is required to pump an equivalent volume of water. Therefore, pumping dirty water through a piping system can cause poor pump performance.
When you get excessive scale buildup, contaminant settling can clog a bellows pump connector and damage the pipe bellow.
A unique characteristic of self-cleaning automatic strainers is that the backwash cycle doesn’t require the whole system flow to prevent and reverse, as is that the case for several other sorts of filters.
Instead, a point-of-suction backwash reverses flow across the screen only directly ahead of suction nozzles. this enables the cleaning mechanism to scan and clean the screen incrementally without disrupting the most flow through the filter.
Sanitary requirements may require an NSF certification. NSF International (formerly known as the National Sanitation Foundation) is an independent, non-profit organization that certifies food service equipment and ensures it is designed and constructed in a way that promotes food safety.
NSF International is internationally recognized, and most foodservice equipment is NSF certified.
Reach out to us and learn more about automation and other certification such as ABS, ASME, CE, UL, and ISO-9001, to name just a few. For example, an automatic self-cleaning strainer is a type of industrial strainer.