Scagairí a úsáidtear go coitianta le haghaidh córais uiscithe


Féadann eisíontais orgánacha agus neamhorgánacha i bhfoinse uisce an chórais uisciúcháin bac a chur ar an uiscitheoir nó dul i bhfeidhm ar ghnáthoibriú an uiscitheora. I ndearadh an chórais uiscithe, ba cheart cáilíocht uisce na foinse uisce a mheas go hiomlán, agus an leibhéal is iomchuíscagaire should be selected to effectively remove the impurities in the water body. Pay attention to the maintenance and maintenance of the scagaire during use to make it function normally.


At present, the commonly used scagaires mainly include: centrifugal scagaire, sand scagaire, mesh scagaire and laminated scagaire.


1. Centrifugal scagaire

Centrifugal scagaire (sand and gravel separation scagaire) mainly uses the working principle of water circulation centrifugal force to separate sand particles in water, and is suitable for primary filtration of water sources with large sand content.


2. Gaineamhscagaire

It mainly uses sand and gravel as the scagaire material to scagaire. During normal filtration, all units of the scagaire are normally scagaireed. During backwashing, one unit is backwashed at a time, and the remaining units are normally scagaireed. Whether it is organic or inorganic impurities, gravel scagaires are the most ideal scagaireing method.


Third, the mesh scagaire

An mogalrascagaire is the most common scagaire, which directly intercepts impurities in the irrigation water source. Its structure is simple, generally composed of a pressure-bearing shell and an inner scagaire screen; the pressure-bearing shell is mostly made of steel, and the inner core scagaire has a stainless steel mesh, a nylon mesh, etc.


Ceithre, laminated scagaire

The laminated scagaire adopts a modular design, and the number of scagaire combination units can be selected according to the system flow. It is flexible and changeable and has strong interchangeability. The large flow lamination scagaire station is composed of multiple units. Stacked scagaires are often used in secondary filtration, combined with sand scagaires and centrifugal scagaires.