Well directed separation of particulate material within the vortex chamber, Field-tested filter media are east to clean, Two tiered mechanical filtering for longer cleaning intervals, Large-dimensioned in and outlets for an even incident flow
Fish Pond filters : Removing coarse dirt efficiently
Garden ponds populated with fish will always show a higher level of contamination. Filters are fed an increased amount of suspended matter that is caused not only by
added fi sh feed but also by the dabbling of the fi sh. Unless the filter includes a stage designated to discharge this suspended matter, e.g. a vortex chamber, more
frequent cleaning intervals will be a foregone conclusion.
The vortex serial fi lters of the Pro-Fil series utilise a vortex chamber.
The water fl owing into the round chamber will reduce its fl ow rate, causing any suspended matter floating along to simply sink to the bottom of the chamber.
Opening the waste water drain every now and then will
flush out the suspended matter.
Since the mechanical fi ltration using brushes will not take place until the water reaches the next chamber, the brushes will remain cleaner for a longer period of time.
The biological fi ltration will take place in the downstream chambers.
Housed in these chamber are well-proven filter media that offer a large surface allowing strains of nitrogen-decomposing bacteria to latch on.
The direct fl ow to the fi lter media occurs following the
up-fl ow principle.