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Application of self-cleaning filter in agricultural irrigation system

Feb 14, 2019

China is a big agricultural country. Of course, agriculture also needs to follow the footsteps of science and technology for orderly development. From traditional agricultural development to modern science and technology agriculture, in addition to sowing, reclamation, harvesting, and irrigation, it is also a very important link. In many areas, water resources are scarce. How to make effective use of water resources is an urgent problem. .


Generally, agricultural irrigation water is obtained by natural water storage and river pumping, and then the water is irrigated in an orderly manner by drip irrigation. Modern irrigation systems need to remove particulate matter from the water supply, which is extremely important in terms of self-cleaning filters.


Agricultural irrigation water contains a large amount of organic suspended matter such as algae, calyx, shells, snails, bedbugs, worms and sand, and silt will block the dripper, ejector, sprinkler, solenoid valve and fertilizer ejector if not filtered. This leads to a reduction in crop yields and brown stains. If the drip line is manually cleaned, the process can be quite cumbersome and has limited effectiveness.


The use of self-cleaning filters will revolutionize this situation by providing a new, cost-effective concept for the filtration of agricultural irrigation water. It can automatically filter, auto-clean and automatically discharge according to the set pressure difference or time range. The fully automatic self-cleaning filter filters water from rivers, canals, lakes, ditches and wells and is used by any irrigation system, including drip systems. The fully automatic self-cleaning filter is available in a wide range of sizes from a few tons per hour to several thousand tons. The material is divided into carbon steel, stainless steel or special materials, which fully meet the needs of various irrigation systems.www.inocofiltration.com