The data provided here refers to the experimental laboratory investigation conducted in the Laboratory of Environmental and Maritime Hydraulics (LIDAM) of University of Salerno, Italy, with the aim of developing a new filtering cartridge for water treatment capable of overcoming the main inconveniences shown by usual commercial cartridges. Specifically, the proposed filtering cartridge is an economic, non-toxic, low-resistance and long-life cartridge, currently under a patent pending status, whose main advantage is to permit to significantly reduce, compared with the commercial cartridges, average head losses induced by the cartridge even for high clogging degrees, and to increase, as a consequence, the life cycle of the cartridges. In this article a collection of pictures is provided, showing the different filters progressively tested in the laboratory, also in sand clogging conditions, until finding the optimal solution. Pictures of the laboratory equipment, with adopted materials and instrumentation, are also given. Finally, tables with the values of the local pressure drops at the cartridge in the different test conditions are provided. The data is related to “A new cost effective, long life and low resistance filter cartridge for water treatment” [1].

Experimental data of the laboratory investigation for the design of a new filter cartridge for water treatment

Evangelista S.;
2019

Abstract

The data provided here refers to the experimental laboratory investigation conducted in the Laboratory of Environmental and Maritime Hydraulics (LIDAM) of University of Salerno, Italy, with the aim of developing a new filtering cartridge for water treatment capable of overcoming the main inconveniences shown by usual commercial cartridges. Specifically, the proposed filtering cartridge is an economic, non-toxic, low-resistance and long-life cartridge, currently under a patent pending status, whose main advantage is to permit to significantly reduce, compared with the commercial cartridges, average head losses induced by the cartridge even for high clogging degrees, and to increase, as a consequence, the life cycle of the cartridges. In this article a collection of pictures is provided, showing the different filters progressively tested in the laboratory, also in sand clogging conditions, until finding the optimal solution. Pictures of the laboratory equipment, with adopted materials and instrumentation, are also given. Finally, tables with the values of the local pressure drops at the cartridge in the different test conditions are provided. The data is related to “A new cost effective, long life and low resistance filter cartridge for water treatment” [1].
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