Bag filters

PVC and CPVC FLV Series Bag Filters are made from PVC or CPVC materials and can be used in wastewater treatment, chemical processing, metal plating, and other applications.

11/25/2015


PVC and CPVC FLV Series Bag Filters are made from PVC or CPVC materials and can be used in wastewater treatment, chemical processing, metal plating, and other applications. Courtesy: Hayward Flow ControlHayward Flow Control's PVC and CPVC Forced Liquidation Value (FLV) Series Bag Filters are made from PVC or CPVC materials and can be used for sodium hypochlorite, bleach, or service applications requiring superior corrosion resistance. FLV Series are also available with end connections in pipe sizes 1 ¼ through 4 in. (DN32 DN100) socket, threaded, or flanged configurations. All vessels carry a pressure rating of 150 psi/10 bar non-shock at 70 F for all sizes, with service temperatures up to 140 F in PVC and 190 F in CPVC. Typical applications include water and wastewater treatment, chemical processing and handling, metal plating, food and beverage, commercial plumbing system, and others.

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