A fibreglass pool filter utilize sand to filter water for swimming pools and spas. They’re efficient, effective and use nature’s natural filtration material to keep pools and spas sparkling clean and healthy. Our team offers different sizes of Aquatek sand-based fibreglass filters to meet a variety of needs.
The filters employ silica sand, one of the most common substances in the world. Silica sand is utilized in the glass making process, for moulds and castings, and provides superior filtration properties for pools and spas. It’s widely available, inexpensive and is commonly used in municipal filtration plants to supply potable drinking water to residents in cosmopolitan locations.
In a sand-based fibreglass filtration system, water is forced through the filter. The sand traps contaminants and foreign matter, and the cleaned water is returned to the pool. When it becomes necessary to clean the filter, the flow of water is reversed in a process known as backwashing. The cleaned sand is rinsed, packed back into the fibreglass filter and continues to perform its normal function.
The firm’s fibreglass filters feature a sight glass that allows individuals to monitor the water for cleaning and to ensure the backwashing process was performed properly. Aquatek filters are specifically developed and designed to withstand harsh climatic conditions and cold European winters. They’re compact, lightweight and feature 360-degree rotation for convenience. The best filter used in conjunction with solar pool heating will keep your pool in tip top shape!
Fibreglass filters are appropriate for use with in-ground, above ground and solar heated pools. The filters hinder the growth of bacteria, a major concern for pools and spas that see a lot of use throughout the season especially if not using a swimming pool cover Melbourne or electric swimming pool heat pump. They typically don’t have to be cleaned as often as other types and the sand can provide exemplary service for up to five years before any material must be added.
The sand contained in a fibreglass filter acts as a strainer and is one of the most environmentally conscious solutions available. Sand is a filtering medium that’s been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a superior method for filtering surface water, calling it the cheapest, simplest and most efficient method for treating water. In homes and businesses, the fibreglass sand-based filters offer economy, savings and a method that’s earth-friendly, use with an Australian solar pool heater.