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2 Units of Horizon Cartridge Filters Ordered by Veolia Shipped to the Middle East for Seawater Desalination

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Source: Horizon Water Co., Ltd.

Those 2 units of Rizonflow® carbon steel Cartridge Filters with rubber liner ordered by Veolia for seawater desalination project in Middle East have been shipped on 27 Feb, 2017.

Rizonflow Carbon Steel Filter Housing is designed for installation of each type of high flow filter cartridge. Compared to usual type of vessels, it allows larger size of filter cartridge and it requires less cost. Horizontal design and cordless structure make a quick and easy change out got filter cartridges. Material include carbon steel with rubber liner, carbon steel with PE liner and carbon steel with stainless steel liner.

Design pressure

0.6Mpa(6.0bar)0.75Mpa(7.5bar)1.0Mpa(10bar)(Note:For more pressure rating,Pls dont hesitate to consult our company)

Maximum temperature

120?

Filtration media

Usual fluid and seawater

Sealing type

O-ring and flat gasket

Sealing material

Buna-N rubber/Silicon rubber/Fluororubber

Connector

Thread mouth/Coupling/standard flange(GB,HG,DIN,ANSI,etc)

Applicable filter cartridge

Rizonflow/Rizonflow+/Realmax filter cartridge

Surface treatment

Metal corrosion(Standard Color:White)

Moreover, horizontal and vertical installing ways can be both provided for more applications and unique supporting net tube structure makes it safer to operate:

Horizontal Carbon Steel Filter Housing Parameter

Model

Elements (Quantity)

A

(mm)

B

(mm)

C

(mm)

D

(mm)

E

(mm)

F

(mm)

N

(mm)

Flowrate Recommended(GPM)

Weight (KG)

HO-02

2

1650

DN450

381

740

700

DN150

540

500

288

HO-03

3

1800

DN500

406

800

700

DN200

540

750

322

HO-04

4

1800

DN550

431

800

700

DN200

560

1000

360

HO-05

5

1800

DN600

456

850

700

DN250

581.5

1250

390

HO-07

7

1950

DN700

506

850

700

DN250

588

1750

500

HO-08

8

1950

DN800

558

925

700

DN250

640.5

2000

640

HO-12

12

2000

DN900

608

990

700

DN300

698.5

3000

760

HO-15

15

2100

DN1000

710

1050

700

DN350

782

3750

970

HO-19

19

2100

DN1100

760

1040

700

DN400

845

4750

1500

HO-32

32

2800

DN1300

860

1165

1200

DN500

987

8000

3200

Note:The data above apply to Rizonflow® and Rizonflow+® RFPA filter cartridge

 

Vertical Carbon Steel Filter Housing Parameter

Model

Elements (Quantity)

A

(mm)

B

(mm)

C

(mm)

D

(mm)

E

(mm)

F

(mm)

N

(mm)

Flowrate Recommended

(GPM)

Weight (KG)

VT-01

1

1800

DN250

800

236.5

250×3

DN100

200

250

150

VT-02

2

2450

DN450

750

381

400×3

DN150

650

500

304

VT-03

3

2500

DN500

770

406

460×3

DN200

730

750

350

VT-04

4

2550

DN550

770

431

510×3

DN200

730

1000

380

VT-05

5

2600

DN600

750

455

548×3

DN250

750

1250

430

VT-07

7

2650

DN700

770

506

650×4

DN250

780

1750

540

VT-08

8

2700

DN800

820

558

750×4

DN250

830

2000

720

VT-12

12

2750

DN900

810

608

830×4

DN250

840

3000

840

Note:The data above apply to Rizonflow® and Rizonflow+® RFPA filter cartridge

The customer Veolia is devoted to helping cities and industries to manage, optimize and make the most use of their resources around the world and providing solutions related to water,energy and materials,especially waste recovery.

Veolia’s high standards and strict requirements on product processing , quality control  as well as sound inspection system make these filters perfect in design, processing and production. Horizon excelled other competitors by its unique technological strength and outstanding engineering testimonial experience to convince Veolia put the order on Horizon finally.

Veolia has an enormous influence on water treatment in the world, this cooperation marked the Horizon’s technological strength as well as its processing ability has been authenticated and approved by worldly-renowned companies once again.

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