Rusco Spin-Down Sediment Filters are highly flexible filters designed to be utilized in a wide variety of applications. From household well water systems, geothermal heating, or lawn and turf, all the way to factories, livestock feeding systems, or advanced liquid cooling systems, Rusco’s Spin-Down® has been providing the industry leading sediment filtration solution since 1977.
ATS manufacturers (in the USA!) water treatment from standalone UV sterilizers that compete with the Chinese imports, up to Log 4 water treatment and completely custom treatment skids. We use the SMKB treatment skids (with a carbon filter upstream to remove organic carbon) to treat rainwater to potable in commercial buildings. It also treats municipal water to the WELL building standard.
Application Model Brochure
Residential UV Treatment, 8 – 20 GPM, 99.9% bacteria reduction PFC Click here
Commercial UV Treatment, 40mJ/cm2, NSF 55 Class A, 40-700 GPM ASV Click here
Commercial UV Treatment, 186Mj/cm2, third-party tested 99.99% reduction, 10-480 GPM 186K Click here
Commercial Log4 Treatment Skid, 99.99% reduction of viruses, bacteria, and cysts SMKB Click here
We have tried bag filters and all the other self-cleaning sediment filters out there, and LOVE the Orival OR-G. Why?
It’s self-cleaning. While changing bag filters isn’t as nasty for rainwater harvesting skids as it would be for gray water, it’s a maintenance item and someone has to monitor it and do it every few months.
It’s available in sizes as small as 1½”. Most of our treatment is 8-20 gpm, so anything larger is not only wasting money, but harder to backwash.
Backwashing flow rate is lower than other manufacturers, while still effective.
This from the manufacturer:
Automatic, self-cleaning, line pressure powered water filter. Units can be installed in parallel to handle larger flow rates. Fine screens available down to 10 microns in a variety of constructions, including standard stainless steel mesh, multi-layer sintered stainless steel and wedgewire. High efficiency rinse cycle consumes a fraction of the water of standard filters.