Pressure water filters
have a specific advantage over gravity filters in ground water applications because the filtration systems
is typically designed to operate on line pressure and no secondary pumping is required between the raw water source and the distribution system. Specifically, pressure water filter systems have been developed to focus on common ground water problems like iron, manganese, radium, and hardness. For high iron and manganese applications, Roberts’ pressure water filters can be provided with manganese greens and and potassium permanganate feed systems.
Roberts’ pressure water filters typically offer lower initial and operating costs than conventional systems, and the package nature of these systems greatly simplifies the design and installation for the engineer and contractor.
Roberts’ on-staff chemical engineers understand the variety of water and wasterwater treatment challenges that confront municipal and industrial users. They are experienced in applying our state-of-the-art pressure filtration systems capabilities to solve the most challenging water treatment problems, at significant cost savings.
Roberts specializes in large flow, large capacity systems. Standard vertical pressure filter up to 12 feet (365.7cm) in diameter offer an especially cost effective and reliable solution for iron and manganese removal, turbidity reduction, and process water filtration.
Roberts’ pressure filters can be configured for a variety of direct pumping treatment configurations. Consult our engineering staff for cost-saving solutions.