Multi-Media Carbon Filter

  1. Product: Multi-Media Carbon Filter
  2. Model: 13 x 54- 16 x 65- 21 x 63- 24 x 69- 30 x 72
  3. Tank Size: 13 x 54- 16 x 65- 21 x 63- 24 x 69- 30 x 72
  4. Service Flow: 15- 21-39- 48-60-100 -300  (GPM)


Ozone Spring Multi-Media Carbon Filter System are used to reduce chlorine, organics, color, tannin, objectionable tastes and odor, and dissolved organic chemicals from municipal and industrial water supplies. Clack Control Valve Automatic backwashing system removes the trapped contaminants within the filter bed and washes them down the drain. Carbon filtration significantly reduces the following contaminants. Since their initial startup, the multi-media and activated carbon filtration systems have been operating accordingly with minimal troubleshooting. For satisfactory results, the Ozone Spring filtration systems utilized the following grades of media: Silica Sand, Anthracite, Activated Carbon, and Gravel.


Features & Benefits of Multi-Media Carbon Filter

    •  Polyamide Vessels Corrosion Resistant
    •  Fibber-Glass Vessel
    •  Automatic Head Control
    •  Removal of Chlorine, Taste and Odor
    •  Point of Entry Filtration (POE Filtration)
    •  Post Treatment for the decrease of sanitization by items (DBP)
    •  Manual / Automatic Backwashing
    •  Simplex and Duplex Configurations Flexibility

How Multi-Media Carbon Filter works:

A Multi-Media Carbon Filter (MMCF) is a type of water filtration system that utilizes multiple filtration media layers, including activated carbon, to remove impurities and contaminants from water. Here’s how it works:

  1. Pre-Filtration: The water first passes through a pre-filtration stage where larger particles, sediment, and debris are removed. This helps prevent clogging and extends the lifespan of the subsequent filtration media.
  2. Activated Carbon Filtration: The water then enters the activated carbon filtration stage. Activated carbon is a highly porous material with a large surface area, which allows it to adsorb and trap a wide range of contaminants from the water. This includes organic compounds, chlorine, chloramines, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), taste, and odor-causing compounds, as well as some heavy metals. As water flows through the activated carbon, contaminants are attracted to the carbon surface and become trapped within the pores, effectively removing them from the water.
  3. Multi-Media Filtration: In addition to activated carbon, MMCF systems often incorporate other filtration media layers, such as sand, gravel, anthracite, or other specialty media. Each layer serves a specific purpose, such as further removing sediment, improving water clarity, or enhancing the adsorption capacity of the activated carbon. These multiple media layers work synergistically to provide thorough filtration and ensure that water is effectively purified before consumption.
  4. Final Filtration: After passing through the multi-media filtration layers, the water undergoes a final polishing stage to remove any remaining impurities and ensure that it meets quality standards for drinking water. This may involve additional filtration steps or treatment processes, depending on the specific requirements of the water source and the desired water quality.

Overall, a Multi-Media Carbon Filter system operates by utilizing multiple filtration media layers, including activated carbon, to remove a wide range of impurities and contaminants from water, resulting in clean, purified water that is safe and suitable for drinking, cooking, and other household uses.


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