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Flow rate2 - Analysis for the inlet/out filters When it came down to selecting filters for the system we decided to go with a pre-filter sediment

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Analysis for the ½” inlet/out filters When it came down to selecting filters for the system, we decided to go with a pre-filter, sediment filter and the carbon block filter. The pre-filter is used so that it can prolong the life of the sediment filter and the carbon block filter. The sediment filter’s primary role is to eliminate as much of the sediments out of the unpurified water as possible. The carbon block filter is used to eliminate chemicals, bad flavor, bad odor and particles from the water. The pre-filter micron size will be set at 5 microns. The pre-filter micron size for the pre-filter was chosen due to the fact that its primary purpose is to prolong the life of the other filters and not act as another sediment filter. It will remove the very large particles in the contaminated water. The sediment filter on the other hand will have a much smaller micron size. Its micron size will be at one due to its purpose of eliminating as many particles as possible. The carbon block filter micron size will be 0.5.
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2009 for the course CVEG 3013 taught by Professor Mike during the Spring '09 term at Baylor.

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Flow rate2 - Analysis for the inlet/out filters When it came down to selecting filters for the system we decided to go with a pre-filter sediment

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