Industrial Water Filters

Your Advisable Selection for Industrial/Commercial Water Treatment

For over 18 years, Filson has proven to be one of the most professional industrial water filter manufacturers in China by hundreds of global customers. Rich expertise and innovative design are our strong backers, so we can figure out the best solution for your need.

Filson offers a full line of industrial water filters: high flow industrial water filters, inline industrial water filters, industrial self-cleaning water filter, industrial cartridge/bag water filters, portable coolant filtration systems, FRP water filters, industrial sand filters, industrial activated carbon filters, industrial reverse osmosis water filters, ultraviolet water filters.

Industrial Water Filters

High Flow Industrial Water Filter
Filson high flow industrial water filter is your cost-effective solution to provide high flow handling capacity with limited space design. Both vertical and horizontal styles can be your selection for different use need.
Inline Industrial Water Filters
Filson inline industrial water filters typically adapt stainless steel or plastic as vessel material, is capable of perfectly working with filter cartridges or bags. Unique and simple inline design makes it more popular in pharmaceutical, beverage industries.
Industrial Self Cleaning Water Filters
Filson industrial self cleaning water filters truly differentiate conventional manual filters since the continuous on-line operation during self-cleaning process. It can improve the production efficiency while providing maximum protection of operator.
Industrial Cartridge Water Filters
Filson industrial cartridge water filters mainly consist of single or multiple cartridges and a robust cartridge filter housing, and whether low flow or high flow can be designed. Meanwhile our engineer can assist you to pick the most appropriate cartridge for your particular application.
Industrial Bag Filter Housing
Filson manufactures quality industrial bag filter housings in variable materials and sizes to adapt diverse application requirements. No matter for single, duplex or multiple configuration, Filson industrial bag filter housing always can be customized.
Portable Coolant Filtration Systems
Filson portable coolant filtration systems can effectively handle various coolants or other fluids with the viscosity less than 300 SSU. Commonly designed to a portable cart style for high mobility.
FRP Water Filter
Filson FRP water filter can be designed to high pressure of 150 PSI with standard flow rate of 100m3/h, is preferred for reverse osmosis(RO) systems. We also manufacture FRP pressure vessels as an alternative to Pentair FRP tank, etc.
Industrial Sand Filter
Filson industrial sand filter widely benefits the water pre-treatment of petrochemical, mining, metallurgy, power, tanning, printing&dyeing, food, etc. Industries. It can effectively remove the suspended solids, organics and colloids in water.
Industrial Activated Carbon Filter
Filson industrial activated carbon filters aim to adsorb organic compounds and residual disinfectants from water, while protecting other water treatment equipment. Can be used for municipal, industrial, commercial water applications.
Industrial Reverse Osmosis Water Filters
Filson industrial reverse osmosis water filters provide an ideal solution for bacteria rejection with 99.9% efficiency, are usually used in pharmaceuticals pure water systems. Standard flow capacity can reach flow rate of 625 GPM with maximum pressure of 250 PSI.
Ultraviolet Water filter
Filson ultraviolet water filter is a chemical free option for effective disinfection in brewery, soft drinks plant, pharmaceutical facility or fish farm, etc. Compare to chlorine disinfection, Filson UV water filter will not affect the taste, color, or PH of original liquid during filtration process.

Why Choose Filson?

Professional: advanced production technology and innovative designs

Experienced: extensive expertise and 18 years of manufacture experience

Sincere: complete and considerate service from pre-sale to after-sale

Economical: ex-factory price without middleman for overall cost reduction

Convenient: direct delivery from our factory to your assigned location

Proved: appreciations of hundreds of customers from 40+ countries

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Industrial Water filter

Filson: A Leading Industrial Water Filter Manufacturer in China

Filson industrial water filters & commercial water filters, or called industrial liquid filters, are an essential and efficient part for water filtration process. They can be used to remove impurities, microorganism from water, while providing best protection for subsequent equipment.

With series of flexible configuration designs, Filson commercial water filters are beneficial to various residential, municipal, industrial and commercial applications. It can provide safer and healthier purified water for food and beverage industries, also apply to automotive&aerospace, etc. industries which require precise water specifications.

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Standard Filson industrial water filter is made by SS 304/316L, carbon steel(CS), fiberglass(FRP), plastic, or other unique housing materials available. Certainly filtration media picking is also depending on your specific application.

Filson industrial liquid filters are commonly designed to Max. flow rate in 400m3/h and the filtration accuracy down to 1 micron. Please focus on the contaminants concentration, viscosity and flow rate of your liquid to be filtered since different filter type will result in different filtration performance.

Further, there are both vertical and horizontal installation styles of Filson industrial water filter as your selections. Vertical type is more suitable for limited installation space, while horizontal design is an optimal solution for high flow applications with more operation convenience.

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Some types of Filson industrial water filters support backwashing, so you need to pay more attention to your available backwash flow rate. Maximum flow rate of your filter installation point may be the backwash flow rate, and your service flow is actually lower than it.

Therefore, for achieving adequate service flow rate while ensuring proper backwashing, Filson specially designs dual or triple filters to be installed in parallel. These styles allow each filter to be backwashed separately without downtime, improving the overall filtration efficiency.

Customization or OEM service is our speciality. With over 18 years experience of industrial water filter design&manufacture, we can help you customize different housing material, connection type and size, valve type, flow rate, filtration accuracy… Don’t worry, we will arrange for an expert engineer team to assist your project throughout.

Industrial activated carbon water filter for water treatment

Filson is your one stop solution of industrial water filter cartridges and industrial water filter housings. We not only manufacture stainless steel filter cartridges, string wound filter cartridges, spun filter cartridges, sediment filter cartridges, PP filter cartridges, membrane filter cartridges… but also kinds of water filter housing replacements are within our range of supply.

Filson has an exclusive industrial water filter production line in own factory, and cooperates with military projects all year round. Quality control is our life, each Filson industrial water filter will be strictly tested before delivery to ensure the maximal safety of use.

In addition, Filson works closely with several international logistic companies for the shortest shipping time. And we will carefully package your industrial liquid filter with customized wooden cases, to avoid damage during the whole transportation.

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If you can’t find the most appropriate filter that you need, just contact our sales team and we will happy to meet your water filter challenges together. Filson is always devoted to be your best water filter supplier in China by competitive price and certified quality.

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Filson Industrial Water Filter Features:

  • Variable housing materials for different corrosive conditions
  • Easy to clean and maintain by manual or self-cleaning methods
  • Robust&reliable construction with high-pressure resistance
  • Both vertical and horizontal styles for various use demand
  • Adjustable inlet/outlet designs to perfectly fit your system
  • Low maintenance and energy cost with increased operation efficiency
  • Automatic backwash support with

industrial bag filter housing

Filson Industrial Water Filter Specifications:

  • Housing material: stainless steel, carbon steel, fiberglass, plastic …
  • Design pressure: 100-300 PSI
  • Filtration accuracy: down to 1 μm
  • Inlet/Outlet: clamp, thread, flange
  • Seal material: Buna, viton, PTFE, silicone

Note: height/operating temp/connection size/flow capacity is different in different filter type, for more particulars please click detail pages above or contact Filson directly.

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Filson Industrial Water Filter Applications:

  • Food&Beverage
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Tap water treatment
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Chemical
  • Pulp&Paper
  • Metal processing

People Also Ask

What is Industrial Water Filter?

An industrial water filter is a device that removes unwanted material from water used in industrial applications.

These materials include particles, metals, chemicals, sediments, odor, minerals, and other impurities.

The primary function of industrial water filters is to protect human health and sensitive components in industrial applications.

Industrial Water Filter

Industrial Water Filter

How Does Industrial Water Filters Work?

Industrial water filters can be surface filters that physically strain water through a membrane.

Alternatively, they can be depth filters that have porous materials for the collection of impurities throughout the medium.

Surface VS Depth Filtration

Surface VS Depth Filtration

Depth filters are the most common for industrial water filtration because they have a higher dirt retention capacity.

Cartridge Depth Filter
Cartridge Depth Filter

You can use either deep bed or cartridge depth filters.

When pressurized fluid passes through the medium, they restrain contaminants either through attractive molecular forces or direct collision.

Different industrial applications have special requirements for a certain number and types of filters.

What is the difference between Deep Bed Water Filters and Cartridge Filters?

Here is all you need to know about these

· Deep Bed Filters

The choice of materials for constructing a deep bed will depend on the type of contaminants that you want to remove.

You can use different materials placed in layers to filter out different kinds of impurities.

In the initial stage, the particles stick on the clean filters.

Then in the transient phase, they stick on already deposited on filter grains/media that are already covered by filtered particles.

The filtration layer is mechanically agitated to allow water circulate through the media as it removes the dirt.

Clean water comes out through the backwash screen, which retains the filter media and allows the wastes to pass through.

Deep Bed Filtration System

· Cartridge Filters

The filter media is composed of a single material wound around a metallic or plastic frame, which may be perforated in some cases.

The medium restrains the impurities and releases the clean water through the outlets.

That is, when contaminated water passes through it.

Water Filter Cartridge

They are relatively cheaper compared to deep bed filters and can achieve considerably high filtration efficiency.

What Are The Benefits Of Using Industrial Water Filters?

There are several advantages to using industrial water filters to produce pure freshwater. They include:

· Lower Cost of Maintenance

The screens will remove harmful contaminants, which can affect the operation of machinery.

Protecting sensitive equipment in the application will translate into maximum productivity and lower downtime for repair.

· Reduced Energy Cost

Recycling municipal wastewater will reduce the cost of desalinating seawater if you don’t have access to freshwater.

You can save up to 95% of the factory energy used to treat water through recycling water.

· Increased Operation Efficiency

Using filters with a high level of efficacy will help you achieve the Zero Liquid Discharge policy if you are working in an environment where water is a scarce resource.

The ZLD policy is a fundamental production technology that has to be adopted by industries located in dry and arid regions.

· Sustainable Production

Environmental concerns have seen a lot of emphasis on the production process that supports sustainable production.

The rapid growth in population, industrialization, urbanization and climate change aggravates the situation.

You can come up with innovative ways to conserve the already scarce.

You can also ensure that the wastewater you produce does not contaminate the environment.

Consumer awareness of the need for preserving the environment is increasing, and failure to comply will affect your brand image and sales.

What Types of Industrial Water Filtration Are There?

You can choose an industrial water filtration system depending on the specifications of the contaminants you want to remove.

They include;

· Ultraviolet Water Purification

It is one of the most effective ways of disinfecting contaminated water.

The ultraviolet rays destroy the DNA of microorganisms, killing up to 99.99% when exposed to light.

This method is vital for cleaning human consumption water.

It is fast, requires minimum energy, is easy to manage, economical, environmentally friendly, and does not use any toxic chemicals.

However, it can only kill microorganisms and will not remove any other types of impurities.

Furthermore, the water has to be clean and clear, as any particle of contaminants will block the rays of UV light.

· Media Filters

These devices consist of layers of the filter medium which trap different sizes of particles as contaminated water passes through it.

· Separators

You can use either sand or centrifugal separators.

Centrifugal separators have a large cylindrical container that hosts a rotating cylindrical container.

A less dense substance like oil will collect close to the rotating cylinder.

At the same time, water will gather at the edges and drained through the sides of the stationary container.

Sand separators remove contaminants through centrifugal and gravity forces.

It cleans out sand and other large solids from water.

Separators lack filter media or perforated mesh hence have no pressure loss.

They also require minimal maintenance.

However, these devices can only clean out large particles and have to be supported by filters to achieve a desirable level of filtration.

·Coolant Filtration Systems

The system removes impurities such as tramp oil and solid particles that can affect the operation of a coolant.

They also help manage the boiling point, pH, and flow rate of the coolant.

They remove debris and fines from metallic wear that accumulate during processing.

The debris increases the wear and tear in the whole system, thus damaging vital equipment like nozzles and pumps.

· Reverse Osmosis

This filtration system uses membrane filters.

The pressure is applied to the contaminated water to push it through the membrane so that you get clean water on the other side.

By doing so, the water moves from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration, thus the name reverse osmosis.

This filtration system is perfect for desalination.

It can also remove all types of impurities, including microorganisms, ions, dirt, heavy metals, and organic molecules.

However, the process is slow, and a huge amount of concentrated water goes to waste compared to the amount that gets cleaned.

· Bag Filters

You can use this filter in a medium and fast waterlines because the water must have pressure for good results.

The filters have a fibrous material, which allows water to pass through while retaining solids and particles.

These filters are economical compared to other methods, reusable, suitable for numerous applications, and can tolerate diverse process requirements.

What are the Different Types of Industrial Water Filters?

There are different types of industrial water filters for removing different types of impurities.

They include;

· Particulate Filters

They remove solid particles from water.

Particulate filters have fine wire mesh, which physically traps the impurities through impaction, interception, and diffusion.

· Activated Carbon Filters

These filters have activated carbon granules, which constitute charcoal that has burnt at a very high temperature in limited oxygen.

The filters can remove chemical impurities such as chlorine, pesticides, iron, manganese, and hydrogen sulphide.

You can also use them to freshen water by removing bad odour and taste.

You have to replace the filters after clogging up with impurities.

· Reverse Osmosis Filters

These are surface filters that use membrane screens to remove contaminants.

They use pressure to force the contaminated fluid through the membrane.

The water that comes out after the membrane filtration is usually free of most contaminants with particle size greater than membrane pores.

You can use the filter to remove salts, lime scales, and nitrates.

However, these filters produce a lot of wastewater.

You can recycle back the wastewater in the process for another filtration.

· Specialty Filters

These filters are constructed using silica sand and specifically designed to remove magnesium and iron from water.

They eliminate the use of potassium permanganate, which is toxic.

· Ion Exchange Filters

You will use these filters to soften hard water. Hard water contains compounds of calcium and magnesium.

The filter elements are composed of sodium-containing zeolite beads.

This material has a strong attraction to calcium and magnesium ions than sodium ions.

When water passes through the medium, they retain the calcium and magnesium ions, and release sodium.

You have to periodically add special salts that contain sodium ion to recharge the filter medium.

What Factors Should You Consider While Choosing Industrial Water Filter?

Different filters have different abilities and limitations.

You must consider all the factors that your application system demands to achieve the required level filtration.

The following factors will be crucial to the performance of your filters:

Industrial Water Filter

· Level of Contamination

You will need to use pre-filters if the raw water has high amounts of solid impurities.

Similarly, you will need to carry out frequent cleaning and replacement of filters if your water is heavily polluted.

· Type of Filtration

Applications that require continuous filtration continuously move the work units without a break.

You can use duplex filters for these applications to allow you to service the filters without shutting down the process.

Batch applications allow filtration of a given volume of water at a time. You can use simplex filters in these applications.

· Quality Standards for Filtration Needed

The quality of water you want after the filtration process will also determine the types of filters you need for your operation.

If you are filtering water for human consumption, then your filters should be able to remove pathogenic bacteria, heavy metals, and any other hazardous products.

· Operation Conditions and Requirements of your Process

You should match the filters with the operation requirements, including flow rate, pressure, and temperature.

Each screen has optimal and maximum operating pressure, temperature, and flow rates.

Choosing filters with lower flow rates will tremendously slow down your operations.

On the other hand, filters that have lower working temperatures and pressure are likely to break down and force you to shut down the process.

· Nature and Characteristics of the Contaminants

You should know the size and type of impurities you need to filter out.

Solid and liquid contaminants will require different types of filters.

You should determine if the pollutants pose a health risk to employees.

If so, then you will need more specialized installation and support equipment to ensure maximum protection of human health.

· Operation Cost of the Filters

You should consider the initial cost of the screen and other operational expenses, such as installation and replacement costs.

You should also take into account of the cost of waste disposal and downtime cost during filter replacement.

If you are changing the filter very often, then you must be using the wrong filter for your process.

Similarly, you need to choose a screen that is going to minimize losses due to extended downtime from servicing and maintenance.

Where Can You Use Industrial Water Filter?

You can use industrial water filters in a wide range of industries.

You can decide to customize industrial water filters to meet particular needs requirements for your application.

They are essential in the following sectors;

  • Hydroelectric power production
  • Automotive manufacturers
  • Paper manufacturing factories
  • Food and beverage industries
  • Chemical processors
  • Agricultural and irrigation applications
  • Drinking water treatment
  • Mining water industries
  • Petrochemical industries
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Dye and Pants industries
  • Pharmaceutical water treatment among others
What are the Best Materials for Industrial Water Filter Housing?

You should choose materials that are resistant to rust and strong enough to withstand the harsh working conditions.

For these reasons, stainless steel offers the best material if your process operates at high temperatures and pressure.

It is also resistant to rust and is easy to clean.

Industrial Filter Element and Housing

Industrial Filter Element and Housing

Alternatively, you can use plastic materials that can withstand high pressure because they are also resistant to rust and are cheaper.

Industrial filter housings made of carbon steel are also available.

Industrial Water Filter Media is Made From Which Material?

You can choose any of the following for the construction of a top-quality filter element.

· And Gravel

Sand and gravel are widely used materials in water filtration.

It is suitable for removing suspended particles and turbidity.

The gravel is coarse, spherical and provides sufficient flow and even distribution of water.

· Activated Carbon

It is one of the most useful materials for purifying drinking water.

You will use this filter media to organic impurities, chlorine and refresh the odour and taste of water.

· Calcite

You will use this filter media on acidic water.

When the water passes through it, the calcium carbonate dissolves and raises the water pH of the water in the process.

It also reduces the levels of lead, copper, and other metals.

· Anthracites

This filter media supports higher flow rates.

You can use it when you want to reduce the concentration of silica in water.

It also removes turbidity to a limited extent.

· Garnet

The medium is granular and very hard, making it perfect for in cooperation as part of dual strata deep bed filters.

Also, the main advantage of using this material is because it is very resistant to abrasion and chemical erosion.

· Zeolite

It provides high cation exchange capacity and surface charge density.

These properties allow it to bind to different kinds of materials and hence suitable for many industrial applications.

· Filter AG

It is constituted of anhydrous silicon dioxide and is ideal for removing suspended solid particles

· Manganese Greensand

Contains siliceous material for filtering water contaminated with hydrogen sulphide, iron, and manganese

· Dolomite Mineral

Increase drinking water pH after reverse osmosis filtration

· Cation-Anion Mix Bed Resin

Removes carbon dioxide and silica in demineralized water

· Resin

It is most suitable for filtration systems that also require water softening.

What are the Quality Standards for Industrial Water Filter?

Different industries have different quality standards for the manufacture and use of industrial water filters.

Standards hosted under ISO 22519:2019, Purified water and water for injection pretreatment and production systems, provide a guideline to follow on selecting material, designing and testing water filtration equipment.

Different countries also have different standards for evaluating structural integrity and material safety, especially when subjected to pressure.

Usually, different standards cover the reduction of various contaminants.

What Water Quality Standards Are There?

International Standards Organization has developed approximately 300 standards for water quality management.

Section ISO/TC 147 of ISO standards provides guidelines on how to sample, test, and report different contaminants present in water.

The pollutants include biological, microbiological, radioactive, and physio chemical properties of water.

They also list common terminologies that apply to water quality.

Different countries also provide legislative regulations on desired conditions for state water bodies.

The regulations provide a guideline for managing pollution in water bodies with the primary goal of protecting human and aquatic life.

Some of the critical components of water quality standards include;

  • The designated use of water bodies
  • Criteria for the protection of designated use
  • Requirements to avoid degradation of the protected water bodies.
How Much Does Industrial Water Filter Cost?

The cost of industrial water filters varies considerably to the type and size to filter.

However, you will pay more for reverse osmosis filters compared to other types of filters.

How Can You Remove Excess Chlorine from Water?

Chlorine is the leading contaminant of commercial and municipal treated water.

Therefore, you have to reduce it to nontoxic levels before the water gets to the consumption point.

Activated carbon filters clean chlorine.

When pressurized water passes through the screen, the surfaces of activated charcoals bind to chlorine ions in the water.

How Often Should You Change the Industrial Water Filters?

The service life of industrial water filters depends on the type of filter, the intensity of use, and the level of water contamination.

A filter can take between two to three months under regular operation while others might take less or more months.

Ensure that you follow the manufacturer’s recommendation to avoid using a filter cartridge that is clogged.

Can You Clean Industrial Water Filters?

Yes, you can clean industrial water filter.

You can clean most industrial water filters through backwashing with pressurized water or air.

The quality of process water determines the frequency of backwashing.

For highly contaminated water such as a river or underground water, you can wash after three days or less, but for clean water, up to two or three weeks can work.

You can also get filters that have an automatic backwash system.

When the differential pressure reaches a marked level, it signals the control to trigger the self-cleaning mechanism.

The system flashes out the dirt through reversing the flow of filtered fluid.

Can Industrial Water Filters Remove Bacteria?

Yes, you can remove bacteria in water through reverse osmosis.

However, chlorine and ultraviolet radiation are more useful purification methods for commercial disinfection of water.

How Can You Maintain Industrial Water Filters?

Automatic Industrial Water Filter

Automatic Industrial Water Filter

You must schedule and conduct routine maintenance of all industrial water filters to ensure adequate filtration and long term service.

Ensure that you clean and replace your filter elements according to the manufacturer’s instructions to avoid a shutdown.

Schedule periodic inspection and replacement of the pumps and lubricating oil appropriately.

Check the conductivity and pressure gauge of the filter elements and reverse osmosis membrane to ensure that they are working correctly.

Periodically clean the reverse osmosis membrane elements to avoid sediment accumulation and reduction of permeability.

Do not expose a soften resin tank to the sun.

When Should You Replace Commercial Water Filters?

The differential pressure indicates when the filter is due for replacement.

Though most industrial filters will need replacement between 2-3 months, the level of contamination and frequency of use will determine the service life.

From this guide, it’s clear that choosing industrial water filters requires you to evaluate a number of aspects.

The best part, this guide provides a comprehensive overview of everything you should consider.

Also, FilSon Filters team is also here to help you get the best filters for your industrial applications.

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