What Kind of Filters Should I Use in My Lawn Sprinkler System?

Are you looking for the best filtration system for your lawn sprinkler system? The key to good filtration is to size it properly for your particular system, whether they are drip emitters, spray heads or rotors. Be sure to filter out what could clog up your system and don't worry about the rest. Excessive filtration only creates unnecessary costs and more maintenance. As a general rule, I would recommend a mesh range of 60 to 70 for 100 mesh sprinklers and filters after valves for drip irrigation. Our TerminoXism irrigation filters do an excellent job of removing iron from your sprinkler systems.

And it also removes sulfur, manganese, dirt, sand and sediment. And they're a system free of chemicals, salt and maintenance. The TermoXism irrigation filter does not add harsh chemicals or salts to the water. What's best for plants and lawns. It's a “set it and forget it” system.

And it's different from those other expensive irrigation systems where you have to constantly add expensive chemicals every month. And even then, don't take out ALL of the iron. With our TermoXism filter, there's no need to buy chemicals. And you won't have any more stains. There are many different types of irrigation water filter systems that can be used, but depending on the type of irrigation system and the source of the fluid, the filter used will change. We have water treatment equipment and water filters in sizes ranging from 1,200,000 grain water softeners and conditioners, as well as virtually any other type of water treatment system or water filter available for urban or private well water systems.

The following sizes are the most common in sprinkler and irrigation filter systems, since they generally have higher flow rates.

Scotty Montelle
Scotty Montelle

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