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Water Filtration Media

Filter media refers to most any filtration product that can be placed in a pressure vessel to accomplish some degree of particulate or adsorptive process to enhance the properties of a feed stream. Multi-media filters are generally graded layers of gravel, garnet, sand and anthracite coal which serve as depth filtration layers that are backwashed to restore flow and removal properties. These media are of the inert particulate removal type.

Reactive media, such as calcite actually are sacrificial that get used up through a chemical reaction to raise the pH of the stream.

Adsorptive media are selective media that function by adsorption of organics. Examples are granular activated carbon and activated alumina.

We can provide the following media to suit your application.

Adsorptive Media
Reactive Media
Filter Media