The IWR bag filter is a water filtration system. The water enters a vessel that contains a bag with very fine holes. The holes in the bag are between 5 and 10 microns. After the water enters the vessel, the fine holes trap all the unwanted particles that contaminate the water. After all the water has dropped through the bad, if flows out of the vessel.
For particle filtration, one or more bag filter vessels can be supplied. The bag filter vessels are used to reduce suspended solids loading on the media vessels. Suspended solids may be present in the water following treatment by an air stripper. These solids may then cause back pressure in the carbon media vessels by plugging the screens or the carbon media itself.