Large Community Slow Sand Filters
Blue Future can
supply larger bolted steel slow sand filters based on your requirments.
We can supply as a kit for your contractor to assemble or in a
design/build relationship with one of our certified installers.
Either way, you save in engineering and construction costs. Plus
Blue Future systems are modular, so they can be scaled up at later time
to meet anticipated demand. this means that you can save money in the
near term by not over-builidng.
This system was installed summer 2014. Each filter is capable f
producing 100 gpm (BFF-200). Source is a nearby creek. For more information about
this installation - Click here
Volcano National Park
28 gpm filter (bff-60) was installed at Volcano National Park to supliment
existing slow sand filters. Volcano National Park sees more than 1
million vistors per year. Source water is rainwater catchment.. For
more on this installation and another in Wyoming- Click here
Contact us for more information.
BFF series highlights:
• Drinking water treatment for populations of
1,000-280,000 or more
• Half the cost of conventional treatment
• EPA approved slow sand filter technology
• Proven Blue Future Filters design
• Significant savings over custom engineered
• Quick installation -- call for options
• NSF-rated components
• Options include steel roofs and floors, remote
and onsite monitoring equipment
• Redundant design
• Influent flow control
• Wet harrowing to clean -- no scraping,
|BFF 60||60 gpm ||86,000 gpd ||53 x 29' x 10' high|
|BFF 100|| 100 gpm||144,000 gpd || 65' x 40' x 10' high|
|BFF 200||200 gpm ||288,000 gpd || 91' x 48 x 10' high|
|BFF 1000||1000 gpm||1.44 mil gpd||174' x 100' x 10' high|
Numbers based on loading rate of 0.1 gpm/ft2 (0.2 meters per hour).
Other models also available.
Steel tank systems, for flow rates of 40 - 1000 gpm or more