Filters play an important role in both civil and industrial plumbing systems. Their task is to protect the components of the hydraulic system from impurities and suspended particles. They can be made of different materials including stainless steel which guarantees very high performance in terms of corrosion resistance, durability, hygiene and hydraulic efficiency.
When a hydraulic system draws water from tanks, cisterns or waterways, it is likely that impurities or solids enter the circuit, damaging pumps, valves and sensors. In addition to ensuring the quality of the water, the suction or suction filters, installed directly in the suction pipes, serve to prevent this from happening.
Hydraulic filters can also be applied in-line inside the system, again with the aim of protecting sensitive parts from damage caused by impurities.
They also represent a protection system for household appliances, such as washing machines or dishwashers, and in this case they must be applied naturally before powering the household appliances to prevent the passage of impurities from the network.