Our Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter® range improves your liquid quality and keeps your operators safe from product exposure. They offer many advantages over screeners, bag or cartridge systems.
Our units will increase your productivity, protect your environment and minimize maintenance costs. We offer a range of options and can customize our products to suit your application and installation perfectly.
Improve your liquid product quality with continuous removal of contamination.
Designed for optimum cleaning to meet the demands of the food and pharmaceutical industries.
A self-cleaning filter for liquids up to 250°C (480F) safeguarding your operators without jeopardizing your final product quality.
High flow self-cleaning strainers achieving flow rates of up to 200,000 l/hr (50,000 g/hr).
These filters are designed to remove oversize and contamination from liquids. The mechanism of the automatic filter allows liquid to be filtered through the machine in a continuous flow, while the mechanical scrapers on the inside of the filter removes oversize materials. These industrial filters work by utilizing a wiper system on the inside of the filter to continuously remove and discharge oversize and contamination. The SpiroKlene™ wiper system is a cylindrical filter element that rotates and cleans the inside of the filter, simultaneously pushing good material through the screen and moving contamination down to be collected and discharged.
These filters continuously remove contamination, with the discharge of the collected debris being manual or automated. The automatic filtration process involves the Russell Filter Management System™ which releases the valve automatically, allowing the process to be fully operator free. The inline filtration system becomes fully automatic with the connecting pipes continuously filtering and discharging the liquids.
The mesh inside of these filters can be as fine as 15 microns without compromising flow rates and end-quality. These filters can filter out fine contamination and agglomerates from difficult liquids such as high-temperature and high-viscosity products.