AUTOMATIC SELFCLEANING WATER FILTERS
100-series

 
The ideal waterfiltration solution for a wide range of applications.
 
Waterflow up to 600 m³/h per filterunit
 
Easy to install, operate and maintain
Compact, lightweight modular filters
Interchangeable parts (between models)
No external power source, with watercontrol system
1,5" dia. drain opening - backflush water conservation
Continuous supply of filtered water during backflush
Electronic control also available
 
 
How do the M100 pistonless filters work ? FILTOMAT® models 102C - 104C
 

The M100 pistonless models remove dirt particles as water flows through the coarse and fine screens (1) to the outlet. The particles accumulate on the fine screen eventually increasing the pressure differential between its inner and outer surfaces. At a preset value, the rinse controller (3) opens the flushing valve (4). The pressure in the rotor chamber (9) drops, releasing a strong backflush stream that flows through the nozzles (5) and then out the drain. The drop in pressure creates the suction effect of the nozzles. This effect actuates spot cleaning of the fine screen's inner surface directly in front of the openings of each nozzle. The two stroke helical movement of the dirt collector assembly (8) ensures that the nozzles sweep the entire inner side of the fine screen. Backflush water flows through the collector pipe (6), via the rotor (7) to the flushing valve forcing the dirt collector assembly (8) to spin. The first backflush stroke begins when the pressure-drop in the rotor chamber (9) and the inlet water pressure of the filter drive the spinning dirt collector assembly upward. When the first stroke is completed, the flushing valve (4) closes and after a very short interval the rinse controller (3) activates the second (downward) backflush stroke. The dirt collector assembly spins downward returning to its original position.

 
 
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Technical specifications FILTOMAT® M102C - M104C
 
 
M102C
M103C
   
M103CL
M104C
   
Filter specifications table
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Model
In/out
(inch)
Flow
(m³/h)
Screen area
Height
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Rinse
cycle time
(sec)
Flat
4-layer
Empty
Full
M102C
2
25
541
568
585
22
38
up to 10
M103C
3
40
541
568
567
25
40
up to 10
M103CL
3
40
857
894
690
30
57
up to 10
M104C
4
80
857
894
710
35
62
up to 10
 
Specifications for all pistonless models :
 
Flat screen : 50, 80, 100, 130, 150, 200, 400, 800 micron
Zigzag screen: 15, 25, 30, 40, 50, 80, 100, 130, 150 micron
4-layer screen : 15, 25, 30, 40, 50, 80, 100, 130, 150, 200, 400, 800 micron
Working pressure : 8 bar gauge max.
Line pressure : 2 bar gauge min. during rinsing
Working temperature : 55°C max.
Drain line connection : 1,5" diameter nominal (NPT or BSP)
Main drain header : 1,5" diameter nominal
Min. flow for flushing (at 2 bar) : M102C/M103C = 15 m³/h, M103CL/M104C = 20 m³/h
 
How do the M100 piston filters work ? FILTOMAT® models 104LP - 114LP
 

The M100 piston models remove dirt particles as water flows through the coarse (3) and fine screens (4) between its inner and outer surfaces. At a preset value, the rinse controller (12) opens the flushing valve (9). The pressure in the rotor chamber (5) drops, releasing a strong backflush stream that flows out through the nozzles (6) and then out the drainage pipe. The drop in pressure creates the suction effect of the nozzles (6). This effect actuates spot cleaning of the fine screen's inner surface directly in front of the openings of each nozzle. The two stroke helical movement of the dirt collector assembly (7) ensures that the nozzles (6) sweep the entire inner side of the fine screen. Backflush water flows through the collector pipe, via the rotor (8) to the flushing valve (9) forcing the dirt collector assembly (7) to spin. The first backflush stroke begins when the pressure-drop in the rotor chamber (5) and drainage from the piston (10) drive the spinning dirt collector assembly toward the piston. When the second stroke is completed, the rinse controller (12) initiates the next backflush stroke. The dirt collector spins towards the filter cover returning to its original position.

Filter specifications table
Model
dia. D
(NB)
Flow
(m³/h)
Screen area (cm²)
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (kg)
flat
zig-zag
4-layer
L
A
B ± 5
H
C ± 2
dia. E
(NB)
F
Empty
Full
M104LP
4"
100
3065
9000
4878
2025
3200
465
510
235
10"
300
90
170
M104XLP
4"
100
4598
13500
7477
2485
4060
875
510
235
10"
350
110
215
M106LP
6"
180
3065
9000
4878
2090
3265
480
570
270
12"
350
115
225
M106XLP
6"
120
4598
13500
7477
2485
4060
875
510
235
10"
350
120
230
M108LP
8"
320
4598
13500
7477
2685
4260
965
570
270
12"
460
140
320
M110P
10"
400
4598
13500
7477
2685
4260
965
585
285
12"
460
160
355
MG110P
10"
400
9196
27000
14954
2685
4260
764
675
300
12"
460
300
545
MG112P
12"
600
9196
27000
14954
2685
4260
764
692
320
12"
460
300
575
MG112LP
12"
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MG114P
14"
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MG114LP
14"
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Above filters include flat screens 50-800 micron
 
Specifications for all piston models :
 
Flat screen : 50, 80, 100, 130, 150, 200, 400, 800 micron
Zigzag screen: 15, 25, 30, 40, 50, 80, 100, 130, 150 micron
4-layer screen : 15, 25, 30, 40, 50, 80, 100, 130, 150, 200, 400, 800 micron
Working pressure : 10 bar gauge max.
Working pressure during backflush cycle : 2 bar gauge min.
Working temperature : 55°C max.
Rinse cycle duration : up to 20 sec.
Drain line connection : 1,5" diameter (NPT or BSP)
Inlet/outlet flange standards : ASA 150, DIN10 and others
Min. flow for flushing (at 2 bar) : M104LP/6LP = 26 m³/h, M100XLP/8/12P = 28 m³/h
Note : Filters for working pressures of 8 to 10 bar gauge are delivered with special reinforcements.
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