The SPELFilter is a cartridge filter system that incorporates an upflow treatment process that maximises surface treatment area. Flow through the filter cartridges utilises a self-regulating siphon which results in a low maintenance and high performance stormwater treatment. The automatic backwash at the end of each storm event further lengthens the lifespan of the filter.
Hydraulic pressure forces water through the filter media — causing a constant velocity throughout the filter area realising a consistent media contact time and therefore treatment.
Upon completion of a treatment cycle, the filter backwashes and effectively dislodges particulates from the filtration layers. This re-establishes filter media porosity. The dislodged particles then accumulate away from the filter media allowing easy removal during maintenance.
The SPELFilter range incorporates patented designs which use no moving parts, and in turn generates a true filter media regeneration effect.
The media cartridge provides a significantly greater surface contact area to footprint ratio than other filters. With a flow rate of 2.83L/s per cartridge and underground installation, the SPELFilter provides excellent removal efficiency whilst maintaining site surface yield.
Number of Configurations: 3
Minimum Storage Diameter/Width (mm)*: 700mm
Maximum Storage Diameter/Width (mm)*: 930
Minimum Storage Depth (mm)*: 0mm
Maximum Storage Depth (mm)*: Varies to suit site
Peak Flow Bypass: Yes
The uniform size filter media provides for higher removal efficiencies than coarser types of media used in other cartridge systems. Also, all SPELFilter media is inorganic — it doesn’t leach nitrogen and other nutrients.
Due to the greater surface area and high flow capacity, combined with the modular cartridge design, the SPELFilter systems can be deployed in a variety of structures including manholes, precast vaults, or cast-in-place structures.
SPELFilter Backwash Demonstration