Wedge Wire Resin Trap also named as slotted resin catcher,it is a kind of safety device,which can be used in the outlet pipeline of medium filter such as ion exchanger,high purity water system and activated carbon.A wedge wire filter screen with holes' diameter much smaller than that of resin is installed on the water system pipeline near the outlet of the equipment with resin,and has the function of flushing.When the resin particles passes through,it can be intercepted and captured by the wedge wire resign trap(filter screen).At the same time,the captured resin particles can be automatically flushed through the differential pressure between the front and the rear,so as to discharge the captured resin out of the system,thus effectively ensuring the safety of downstream equipment.
Material: Stainless steel 304,304L,316,316L,321,Duplex 2205 2507,Hastelloy,etc.
Outer Diameter: 25~2000 mm
Inner Diameter: 19~1987 mm
Length: Up to 6 meters
Slot Size: 20 ~ 3000 micron (tolerance: ± 5 micron)
Wedge Wire: 0.5 x 1.5 mm,0.75 x 1.5 mm,1.0 x 2.0 mm,1.5 x 2.0 mm,2.0 x 3.0 mm,2.0 x 4.0 mm
Support Rod: 1.5 x 2.5 mm,1.8 x 2.5 mm,2.0 x 3.0 mm,3.0 x 5.0 mm
Connection: Flange with holes,threaded
End cover: Closed/solid plate
1)The wedge wire resin trap has a Vee shaped pore structure,which is not easy to clog,but easy to clean;
2)The wedge wire resin catcher has high strength and can withstand harsh conditions such as high temperature and high pressure;
3)The slot precision of the wedge wire screen is high,and the tolerance is within 50 μm,which can effectively intercept the medium;
4)According to the medium size,the slot size of resin catcher can be adjusted to ensure effective interception;
5)Flange connection,easy to install.
1)Wedge wire resin traps should be installed in the product water line of most resin and media based water treatment equipment,such as softeners,dealkalizers,condensate polishers,demineralizers,carbon filters,sand filters,portable DI tanks,greensand filters,or any other multi-media filters;
2)Wedge wire resin catchers should be installed in the backwash lines of most ion exchange and carbon systems because temperature related flow changes can cause these expensive materials to be sent down the drain.