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Bollfilter UK

BOLLFILTER UK present our new Fully Automatic Filter aquaBoll®

After 10 years of carefully consulting with Water Treatment and Sewage Plant operators, followed by 5 years of intensive product development, rigorous testing, patenting and finally global certification by 40 classification societies, BOLLFILTER UK proudly present the aquaBoll®.

The best fully automatic filter ever designed by BOLL & KIRCH.

As a world leader in fully automatic filtration technology BOLL & KIRCH strives to find innovative and sustainable solutions in the field of filtration. The aquaBoll® is capable of significantly increasing the overall efficiency of your Water Treatment or Sewage plant by its functionality and adaptability.

web bollfilterThe aquaBoll® is based on a completely new design for the water industry that uses a Multi-segmented casing. This allows multiple configurations and reduces installation space. The filtration elements are all integral components, specifically designed for automatic filters in water treatment works or sewage plants.

The aquaBoll® was fully certified for sale by 40 classification bodies from 1st December 2017. The range will gradually replace the BOLLFILTER Type 6.18 / 6.19 series automatic filters, widely used in the UK & Ireland’s water industries.

High performance is our standard with a new failsafe design

The individuality and performance of the aquaBoll® filter is based on a new design, the Multi-part housing. This design is widely adaptable and can fit in tighter spaces.

Filter elements, variable connection-flange positions as well as different housing materials are essential components for optimal adaptation of the automatic filter for your specific filtration requirements.

• Water Treatment Plant and Sewage Plant Filtration Configurations
• Multi-part Housing Construction
• Various Housing Materials
• Interior and Exterior Coatings, Standard or Custom
• Flexible Orientation of Connection Flanges
• High Flow Rates in Minimum Installation Space

The aquaBoll® automatic filter is especially capable of handling demanding situations and the toughest conditions found in Water Treatment Plants and Sewage Plants. Filtration processes are easily carried out thanks to the special properties and functions offered by aquaBoll®.

The standardised multiple platform concept ensures lower acquisition costs and high flexibility. The enhanced design allows easy access to all relevant components. Thus, commissioning and maintenance expenses are reduced considerably. Service speeds are significantly improved due to easy access and increased availability of standardised components.

web bollfiletr logosThe combination of innovative design, high-quality components and a long service life, allows aquaBoll® the ability to exceed the requirements of Water Treatment and Sewage Plant operators with unprecedented efficiency.

Contact Robert Eden on: 01206 589627 or email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further details about the all new aquaBoll®. Download the brochure Watch the video here: