Luxon LXE

 
Overview

DESCRIPTION

Azud Luxon LXE Automatic Screen Filters with electric operation suit all types of filtration applications.

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FEATURES & ADVANTAGES

  • Energy efficient. Minimal water consumption during the flushing cycle.
  • Time saving. Filtration process continues during the flushing cycle.
  • Versatile. Sizes from 4” to 16” (100 mm to 400 mm).
  • Large screen surface. Up to 21,300 cm2.
  • Wide filtration range. Screens from 10 to 1,000 microns.
  • Woven screen element.
  • High-quality, resistant material. Screen is manufactured from stainless steel to resist corrosion.
  • Reliable. Operates in temperatures up to 60 °C (140 °F).
  • Easy installation. Filters delivered ready to install.
 
Models
Model Connection Diameter  Max. Flow
m3/h
Filtration Surface Area
Cm2
2400/4 4” 80  2400
4900/6 6” 150 4900
7400/8 8” 300 7400
9800/8 8” 300 9800
12300/10 10” 500 12300
16100/10 10” 500 16100
 20100/12 12” 600 20100
 2700/S4  4” 80 2700
5400/S6 6” 150 5400
5400/S8 8” 300 5400
8000/S8 8” 300 8000
10600/S10 10” 500 10600
13200/S10 10” 500 13200
13200/S12 12” 600 13200
16500/S12 12” 600 16500
 16500/S14  14” 800 16500
 21300/S14  14” 800 21300
21300/S16 16” 1200 21300
  • Standard Screen Support – PVC ; With ‘S’ in model name – Stainless Steel.
  • Optimal flow depends on water quality and filtration grade.
  • Power supply 220 / 380 VAC.

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Technology

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Azud Luxon filters continue to supply filtered water without interruption during the flushing cycle.

Filtration stage: Water flows into the filter through the inlet (1), passes through preliminary screen (2) and enters the internal space of the filter element. The water then flows to the main filter element space (3). Particles remain on the inside of the filter element (screen). Filtered water flows out through the outlet (4).

Backflushing stage: When the pressure differential from inlet to outlet (ΔP) reaches the pre-selected level, the flushing cycle starts. A hydraulic valve opens in the drain port, which starts the suction in the inner nozzles (5). This, along with the helical movement up and down the screen, brushes and sucks the captured particles into the waste flow. The trapped particles are  expelled out the drain port (6).

The length of the flush cycle is pre-determined by the control unit. When the cycle is complete, the flush valve closes and the flushing ends. The flushing process uses a minimal amount of water.

 
Technical Specifications