Side Mounted (without Valve 1 1/2″ )
A) CHARACTERISTICS: – Available with side mount or top mount, to adapt to the particular characteristics and available space at each pool site. – Filter body manufactured of chemical and weatherresistant, inalterable plastic. Designed for outdoor use. – Standard equipment with next-generation 1 1/2″, 6+1 multiport valve from AstralPool with bayonet closure for filter, backwash, rinse, recirculate, waste, close, and winter operations (all inlets and outlets are connected). – Transparent lid for easier visual inspection and access to the inside of the filter in side-mount valves. – Top diffuser to ensure good water distribution above the filtering bed. – Inner 1 1/2″ connectors for continuous operation. – Manual bleeder valve for purging air inside the filter, if necessary. – Built-in manual bleeder valve for water in the filter body, for easy drainage of the filter without losing sand. – Built-in collector at the bottom ensures balanced flow and filter backwash. – Pressure gauge to control filter backwash. B) ADVANTAGES: – Excellent performance and reliability: Millennium filters are designed to meet the needs of the most demanding customer and can filter from 5.500 l/h to 12,000 l/h at a filtering rate of 50 m3/h/m2. They are also fitted with an AstralPool multiport valve with 6+1 positions for filter, backwash, rinse, recirculate, waste, and close. In fact, this reliable valve is used on most AstralPool filters. C) MONOBLOC: For easier installation of the filtering system, Millennium filters are also available as monoblocs, i.e., the filters are assembled on a base with a latest generation Sena self-priming pump and all the necessary pipe fittings. – Ergonomic base constructed of weatherresistant plastic. – Optimization of size, performance, and aesthetics. – Components designed for easy assembly and precise fitting. – Millennium monoblocs include the Sena pump as standard equipment for optimal performance and cost-efficiency. – Packaging contains pre-assembled unit for easier assembly and minimization of package volume.