Enva is proud to partner with Amiad Water Systems as its sole distributor in Ireland, servicing Enva's wider customer base throughout Ireland and the UK. Amiad is a world leader in water treatment and filtration solutions for a wide range of industrial applications, backed by over 57 years of field experience and innovation.
With four filtration technologies (screen, disc, microfiber and media) and a broad range of automatic, semi-automatic and manual filters, we are able to effectively treat and filter water according to each customer's specific requirements.
Flexible configuration options make our products suitable for installation anywhere along the water system line, designed to meet the challenges presented by different water sources, outlet requirements and working conditions.
Industrial water filtration solutions with the right technology, delivered and commissioned. Amiad filtration solutions are based on an integrated and sustainable approach that help protect the environment.
Our filtration experts have the knowledge and capability to provide the most suitable solutions, and end to end support. Contact us
Spin Klin (TM) Disc - Grooved plastic discs provide a large filtration volume for retention of organic matter by providing depth filtration with high dirt holding capacity.
Spin Klin (TM) disc technology operates using thin, color-coded discs of a specific micron size. The discs are grooved on both sides, in opposite directions, creating a series of crossing points which form multiple particle traps.
A series of discs are stacked and compressed on a specially designed spine, producing a matrix of consecutive crossing points which trap the particles, thus creating a depth filtration element.
Suction-Scanning Screen - Combines a focused flush with suction scanner automation to provide self-cleaning of a multi-layered stainless steel screen to ensure high efficiency filtration. Amiad suction-scanning technology incorporates a multi-layer stainless steel screen with focused flush to provide 100% cleaning of the screen area, using less than 1% of the total process water for cleaning.
The self-cleaning cycle is triggered by the accumulation of suspended solids (filter cake) on the screen surface, as measured by the pressure differential. Because cleaning is performed as needed, it results in minimal water and energy waste.
Suction-scanning technology eliminates the need to isolate the filter during the self-cleaning cycle. The focused cleaning and the minimal exhaust requirement allow for uninterrupted process flow.
Available with a wide range of media types – sand, glass, active carbon, anthracite, basalt, etc. and various tank construction materials, meeting international drinking water standards. Filtering with media filters, also known as depth filtration, is done by filtering water through a thick layer of graded particles (sand, gravel or other granular materials) called the filter bed.
Raw water enters from the filter inlet and percolates through the filter bed, and suspended materials attach to the media particles. Filtered water flows through the filtration nozzles and out through the filters outlet.
Backwashing: pressurised water flows in the reverse direction, from the nozzles upwards, causing suspension of the filter bed and releasing the suspended matter from the bedding. The dirt particles are then washed out of through the back-flush valve.
Double Vortex Filter (DVF) - The cross section above shows the patented double vortex pipework arrangement on the inlet water of the filter which distinguishes this product from other standard/typical media filters. The tangential entry of water into the filter creates a double vortex effect continuously scouring the surface of the media preventing it from blinding. This creates a more efficient filter and longer times between backwashes, using less backwash water.
Fine microfibers wound in layers around grooved plastic form the thread cassettes, providing filtration to a fine degree with an efficient self cleaning system.
Microfiber thread technology uses threads wound in layers around a grooved plastic spool cassette, removing dirt particles as water flows through multi-layered microfibers to the collecting pipes and out of the filter via outlets.
The accumulation of dirt particles causes differential pressure. At a preset pressure differential value or time interval, the control unit activates the self-cleaning cycle.
Amiad Water Systems is a world leader in water treatment and filtration solutions. For over 57 years Amiad has devoted its passion and commitment to developing a comprehensive line of water filtration systems for a wide range of industrial applications.
Solutions are integrated into the core of water filtration systems in the following industries and applications: metal, plastic, energy, chemical, water treatment and salt water disposal. Filters have been developed to cope with any water quality, in any geographical location.
Enva is proud to partner with Amiad Water Systems as its sole distributor in Ireland, servicing Enva's wider customer base throughout Ireland and the UK.
Working in Partnership with Enva
Containerised DVF tertiary wastewater treatment system, Ireland
A global ingredients group in Ireland installed a new 20ft containerized tertiary treatment system at its largest liquid dairy plant, as part of the site’s ongoing wastewater compliance and to improve capacity to their existing wastewater treatment system. The containerised system was supplied by Enva and incorporated two of Amiad’s innovative DVF (Double Vortex Filters) high efficiency media filters. Read More
Amiad global filtration project examples:
Large Southern Electric Generating Plant, USA
Flue Gas Desulfurization Make-up Water Strainers
Cooling Tower Sidestream Filter, USA
Filtration of cooling tower sidestream to prevent heat exchanger fouling
Milwaukee Art Museum, War Memorial, USA
Zebra mussel protection of intake structure for chiller water line and new heat exchanger system
Dominica Island Project
Integrated treatment system for drinking water
Storm Water Recovery System – Western Australia
Amiad commission the first ever Storm Water Recovery system in Western Australia incorporating Aquifer recharge
Lockheed Martin UF/RO Water Treatment Plants
Bore Water to Process & Potable Water, Australia