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Forty-X™ Disc Filter
High Quality, High Volume Filtration In Less Space
Drawing on more than three decades of experience
in woven media filtration technology, the Forty-X™
disc filter provides a simple and highly reliable
filtration system.
At the heart of each Forty-X™ disc filter, individual
media panels—with integral frames—support the
woven media and ensure the geometry of the
pleated surface. The media panels are a molded one
piece construction with structural stiffeners through the
center of the panel area. This unique pleated design
reduces the opportunity for fabric tear-out and effluent
contamination. The pleated media design increases the
true cloth area available for filtration by 40%over flat
panel designs. This assures a more sustainable operation
in terms of throughput, better feed distribution, and
fewer backwash cycles.
The Forty-X™ disc filter uses pleated, woven media in a unique inside-out
configuration, which provides maximum disc filter performance, while
easily rejecting troublesome inorganic material.
The pleated surface of the Forty-X™
disc filter panels dramatically
multiplies the filtration surface
area.
The inside-out flow of the Forty-X™ disc
filter panels effectively captures suspended
solids and adds to backwashing efficiency.
Real World Performance and Low
Cost Operation Maximizes Benefits
of Disc-Type Filtration,
Each circular disc assembly is made up of 28 media
panels. The media panels are mounted on the central
influent drum to form the individual circular discs. The
number of circular disc assemblies mounted on the
central influent drum range from 1 to 24, depending
on the scale of the installation.
In operation, influent flows through openings in the
central drum, into the center of each media panel and
then flows out through the filter media as high quality
filtrate. This provides an inside-out flow, which
captures solids on the inside of the filter panel and
makes these solids far easier to remove during
backwashing cycles.
The inside-out filtration flow, combined with the
dynamics of the central influent drum adds further
to the simplicity of the Forty-X™ disc filter by
eliminating the need for a separate system for
handling floating and sinking material. The Forty-X™
disc filter effectively isolates trash so it is easily and
quickly transferred to the reject flow.
The Forty-X™ disc filter configuration minimizes
lifetime costs with fewer moving parts and lower
energy demands for backwashing. Wind-safe sliding
covers provide easy access to the interior, making
inspection of the media panels, quick release spray
nozzles and the centralized lubrication block simple.
With the Forty-X™ disc filter, the filtrate is always
accessible and in plain view.
Solids are Captured on
the Inside of the Media
Panels
Twice the Headloss Tolerance
of Other Disc Filters
Pleated Filter
Back Wash
Spray Bar
Back Wash
Water Return
Maintenance
Friendly Seal
Influent
The Forty-X™ disc filter frame-only design is an ideal
drop-in retrofit for existing traveling bridge filters
and provides an easy retrofit for most other
conventional filtration systems. This is because of
the exceptionally small footprint relative to the high
volume filtration capacity of the Forty-X™ disc filter.
Also, the micron-rated media panels can be
changed-out when filtration requirements change.
Designed, engineered, and constructed by the
skilled Siemens Water Technologies team, the
Forty-X™ disc filter represents world-class quality in
every respect.
The Forty-X™ disc filter is Title 22 approved.
The modular design of the Forty-X™ disc filter
offers flexibility for a broad range of flows
and applications including: municipal tertiary
filtration, water reuse and process water
filtration.
More Filtration In Less
Space
Circular Disk Assembly
Effluent
Central Influent Drum
High quality, high volume filtration is becoming increasingly
important to all industry professionals. Quality tertiary filtration is
now necessary to meet many effluent requirements and the need for
water reuse is well documented for most areas. In addition, the
advantages of industrial process water filtration have become more
widely recognized.
For decades, deep-bed sand filtration was one of the few effective
options, however this method had the distinct disadvantage of
requiring a large area of physical space. Today, there are a number of
other filtration options, many of which pack a tremendous amount of
filtration capacity into an extremely small physical space. Among the
most practical and efficient are disc-type filtration units.
Typically, disc-type filtration units employ rotating, unitized screened-
panels as the filtration media. Each specific manufacturer of these
now popular disc-type filtration units is unique relative to the form of
filtration media used and in the engineering of their individual units.
Some disc filters depend on a pile-type media for filtration, which has
the disadvantage of highly variable filtration capabilities owing to the
random variability of the pile media.
Disc filter units that incorporate woven-type media provide the most
consistent effluent for most filtration applications as the result of
their absolute cloth media rating.
Among disc filter units using woven-type media there are two
options, flat media and pleated media. The obvious advantage of
pleated media is that it increases the true cloth area available for
filtration by 40% over flat panel designs. Plus, pleated media is
structurally more durable and can easily withstand much higher
headloss conditions than other media configurations.
For these reasons, the Forty-X™ disc filter is engineered around
pleated, woven-type media, which allows high volume, high quality
absolute filtration as well as long term, trouble-free operation.
An absolute media rating is provided
with woven media. (10-micron
openings shown.)
Rating is nearly impossible with pile
media.
The pleated surface increases the
true cloth area available for filtration
by 40%over flat panel designs.
Woven Media Provides Absolute
Filtration Results
Pleated Woven Media Multiplies
the Filtration Surface Area
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subsidiaries or affiliates.
The information provided in this brochure
contains merely general descriptions or
characteristics of performance which in actual
case of use do not always apply as described
or which may change as a result of further
development of the products. An obligation to
provide the respective characteristics shall
only exist if expressly agreed in the terms of
the contract.
Tel: 229.226.5733
Toll Free: 1.800.841.1550
E-mail: davco.water@siemens.com
©2009 Siemens Water Technologies Corp.
BC-FORTYX3-BR-0809
Subject to change without prior notice.
Forty-X™ Disc Filter
Technical Specifications
Water Technologies
Description:
The Forty-X™ Disc Filter is a high-rate filtration device
that utilizes an innovative woven polyester pleated
filter panel design. The pleated filter panel provides
significantly more filtration area than any other woven
media flat panel designs and includes a 10 micron
absolute media rating. The pleated panel
configuration is stronger than comparable designs and
includes a robust pressure-assisted seal that allows the
panel to sustain and operate at a higher headloss of
any other flat panel disc filter. Our filter panels are also
housed in a trash tolerant filter panel housing, which
assures the unhindered flow of water between panels
and rejects plastics, algae clumps or other floatables.
The Forty-X™ Disc Filter inside out filtration design
allows the water to flow into the center drum and
then out through the disc filters capturing solids on
the inside surface of the media. This filtration
characteristic eliminates the need for a separate
system for handling floating material and settling
sludge. The captured solids are also backwashed into
a reject trough using a one-pass spray cleaning
system. A backwash cycle is automatically initiated by
a level probe in the influent channel with filtration
continuing during backwash. The reinforced pleated
panels perform with a “pressure-assisted” seal to allow
operation at a higher headloss vs. conventional
designs. With a higher headloss, the number of
backwash cycles are reduced and throughput
is increased.
The modular design offers flexibility for a broad range
of flows and applications including: municipal tertiary
filtration, water reuse and process water filtration.
With more filtration area, higher operational headloss
capabilities, water pressure assisted seals and trash
tolerant filter panel housings, the Forty-X™ Disc Filter
is able to sustain and produce a high amount of
filtrate in a small footprint.
Typical Performance
English units Metric units
Filtrate TSS < 5 mg/l
Filter Design Data
Filter Pore size 10 um
Filter Cloth Material Polyester
Filter Disc Diameter 7.2 ft 2.2 m
Filter rotational
speed (rpm)
Variable
Materials of construction
(disc)
ABS plastic and
polyester cloth
Filter Drive Unit
Drive motor (per unit) 1.5 HP 1.1 kW
Drive motor service
Factor
1.5
Drive Assembly Helical wormgear with chain and sprocket
Backwash Cleaning System
No. of Backwash Nozzles
(per disc)
22
No. of Backwash Pump 1
Nominal backwash
pressure
112 psi 7.7 bars
Pleated Filter
Back Wash
Spray Bar
Central Influent Drum
Back Wash
Water Return
Influent
Maintenance
Friendly Seal
Effluent
Circular Disk Assembly
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Forty-X is a trademark of Siemens, its subsidiaries or affiliates.
The information provided in this literature contains merely general
descriptions or characteristics of performance which in actual case
of use do not always apply as described or which may change as a
result of further development of the products. An obligation to
provide the respective characteristics shall only exist if expressly
agreed in the terms of the contract.
Siemens
Water Technologies
1828 Metcalf Avenue
Thomasville, GA 31792
Tel: 229-226-5733
Toll Free: 1-800-841-1550
Fax: 229-228-0312
davco.water@siemens.com
© 2009 Siemens Water Technologies Corp.
BC-FXFdr-DS-0609
Subject to change without prior notice.
Features
Small footprint
Innovated pleated panel filter design
provides more filtration area than
existing woven disc filters
Woven polyester media with absolute
micron rating
Trash tolerant filter panel housing
Modular design offers flexibility and
expandability of unit
Suitable for retrofit of existing
conventional filters
Wind safe sliding arch covers for easy access
and maintenance
Aeration
Reactor
Secondary
Clarifier
Wastewater
Influent
Effluent to
Reuse
WAS
RAS
Primary
Clarifier
Disc
Filter
TSS
10-30 mg/l
TSS
<5 mg/l
Front View Rear View
89.75"
Reject
nozzle
Feed
nozzle
Drain
Control
panel
Filtrate
nozzle
Drive
cover
Strainer
Forty X Model 1403 1406 1412 1418 1424
Maximum Number of Discs per unit 3 6 12 18 24
True Cloth Filtration Area 135 ft
2
13 m
2
270 ft
2
25 m
2
538 ft
2
50 m
2
808 ft
2
75 m
2
1077 ft
2
100 m
2
Influent & Effluent Flange Size 10 in 250 mm 14 in 350 mm 20 in 500 mm 24 in 600 mm 30 in 700 mm
Backwash Pump Power HP @ 60 Hz 5 HP 3.7 kW 10 HP 5.6 kW 15 HP 11.2 kW 25 HP 14.9 kW 30 HP 22.4 kW
Typical Reject 0.5 - 2 % of Flow
Number of Spraybars 1 1 2 3 4
Dimensions
Tank Length 122 in 3099 mm 149 in 3785 mm 213 in 5410 mm 289 in 7341 mm 353 in 8966 mm
Tank Width 89.75 in 2280 mm 89.75 in 2280 mm 89.75 in 2280 mm 89.75 in 2280 mm 89.75 in 2280 mm
Tank Height 100.2 in 2545 mm 100.2 in 2545 mm 100.2 in 2545 mm 100.2 in 2545 mm 100.2 in 2545 mm
Frame Length - Concrete unit 122 in 3099 mm 149 in 3785 mm 213 in 5410 mm 277 in 7036 mm 341 in 8661 mm
Easy to operate and maintain
Non-metallic chain / sprocket
Stainless steel tank or stainless steel frame designs
Typical flow diagram for wastewater treatment
Backwash
Pump
100.2"
2545 mm
2280 mm
Sliding
Covers
UV Disinfection Systems
TAK Series
Main Application:
Disinfection of Waste Water
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DIN EN ISO 9001
DIN EN ISO 14001
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Worldwide largest UV system for waste water in Manukau, New Zealand.
(Capacity: 14 m3/s)
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X-rays
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Ultraviolet Visible Light Infrared
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UV light inactivates harmful bacteria and viruses within seconds
TAK – The ultimate solution for waste water disinfection
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Natural disinfection
without chemicals
Ultraviolet technology provides a
proven, accepted and
environmentally friendly method of
disinfecting waste water. When
exposed to UV-C light,
microorganisms are inactivated
within seconds through a physical
reaction with the organisms’ DNA.
In contrast to chemical disinfection,
UV produces no harmful by-
products. It also eliminates the risk
for opera- tors associated with
handling dangerous chemicals. Two
major advantages of UV disinfection
versus chemical methods are
increased disinfection effectiveness
(especially against viruses) as well as
space-savings due to shorter reaction
times. Since no chemicals are
introduced into the water, no ”post-
treatment” is required to remove
these chemicals before discharge to
the environment.
Effective and economic
ultraviolet systems
WEDECO has more than 20 years
of experience in the development
and application of UV technology.
The TAK series was specifically
engineered for the disinfection of
municipal waste water. Several
different TAK design configurations
are available to meet worldwide
regulatory requirements (e.g.
European bathing water guidelines,
WHO guidelines for irrigation,
California’s Title 22 for waste water
reclamation, etc.) and cope with
varying degrees of water quality
depending on the level of pretreat-
ment (e.g. primary, secondary or
tertiary). Installed in final effluent
channels, the modular design of the
TAK allows for practically unlimited
flow capacities.
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information (DNA)
Fully equipped UV module with UV sensor
and wiping system
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Throughout the world, WEDECO TAK
systems demonstrate their
effectiveness and reliability every day
of the year.
The design of any UV system starts
with the selection of the right lamp
technology. The lamp in turn is only
as good as the ballast that powers it.
This lamp/ballast combination and
the available control philosophy will
determine the performance,
operating costs and reliability of the
UV system. Since UV light can only
disinfect properly when it can enter
the medium unhinderedly, the
overall performance of a UV system
is also dependent on the
effectiveness and reliability of its
automatic cleaning (i.e. wiping)
system. TAK series disinfection
systems utilize the most advanced
technology available in all four of
these critical areas.
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Spectrum of a Spektrotherm
®
UV lamp
High performance variable output
Spektrotherm
®
UV lamp
At the heart of every TAK system
are WEDECO high performance
Spektrotherm
®
lamps. These high
intensity, low pressure amalgam
lamps combine the advantages of
conventional mercury lamp tech-
nologies while eliminating their
disadvantages.
WEDECO’s extensive research and
development program has delivered
maximum UV-C output and superior
energy efficiency from
Spektrotherm
®
lamps. A single
Spektrotherm
®
lamp will deliver
four to five times more UV-C energy
than a typical low pressure mercury
lamp while maintaining the same
electrical efficiency.
WEDECO’s specialty: Providing the most effective solution
• Safe, chemical-free operation
• Excellent disinfection results
• Drastically reduced design/
construction costs
• Easy installation of compact,
modular components in open
channels
• Low operation and
maintenance costs
• Fully automatic operation
• Design flexibility to meet
customer equirements
TAK ADVANTAGES
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Autom. wiping system UV module
Junction box
WEDECO’s modular waste water disinfection system TAK
Water level
Like Spektrotherm
®
lamps, medium
pressure mercury lamps (”multi-
wavelength” lamps) also emit a very
high UV output. However, a signi-
ficant portion of their energy
output consists of wavelengths
outside
the effective disinfection region of
the electromagnetic spectrum. This
non-productive energy leads to
higher electrical operating costs and
installation of a larger electrical
service to the system.
WEDECO Spektrotherm
®
lamps and
ballasts also feature variable output
control to precisely match changes
in flow rate and/or water quality.
This technology truly provides
”The Best of Both Worlds”.
WEDECO continues to set the pace
in UV technology development. No
other company can match
WEDECO’s 15 plus years of ”Low
Pressure High Intensity”
(Spektrotherm
®
) ultraviolet lamp
experience.
This results in:
• Fewer lamps required
• Reduced design/construction
costs
• Savings in operating and
maintenance costs
• Lower installation costs
Chemical-free Wiping
System
One of the most important features
in state-of-the-art UV systems for
waste water is automatic cleaning to
keep the equipment performing well
day-in and day-out. The TAK series’
automatic wiping system performs
this function like no other.
Employing specially designed wiper
rings, it prevents organic and
inorganic deposits from
accumulating on the lamp protective
quartz sleeves. This ensures that the
UV light actually reaches the water.
The TAK series’ wiping systems are
designed to operate continuously
without disrupting the disinfection
process. Wiping frequency and
”wipes per cycle” are fully field
adjustable to match specific waste
water characteristics. Even when
lamp banks are in ”stand-by” mode,
their quartz sleeves are automatically
kept clean and ready for operation.
The smooth, reliable operation of the
TAK wiping system is due largely to
its use of a high performance
pneumatic drive and ”torsion-free”
floating wiper array.
Smart Ballast Operation
TAK systems employ WEDECO’s
advanced variable output electronic
ballast, developed specifically to
operate Spektrotherm
®
lamps. It
offers a multitude of unique features
for maximum system performance
and reliability.
These include:
• Very low power losses for
increased efficiency
• Infinite adjustment of UV lamp
output
• ”Smart” automatic lamp
restart on ignition failure
• High output stability for long
lamp life
• Lamp failure detection
• Very high power factor
(>0.98)
• Ease of maintenance
The result is perfectly clean quartz
sleeves, completely without
chemicals.
The degree of micro-organism
inactivation in a UV system is a
function of the UV dose received
by the organisms:
UV dose = UV intensity x Retention
[J/m
2
] [W/m
2
] [s]
”Connect and disinfect” - electronic
ballast for the ideal operation of the
Spektrotherm
®
UV lamp
Continuous UV intensity measurement
for active UV dosing control
Reliable operation even under severe
conditions
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• Most efficient UV lamp
technology
• Longer guaranteed lamp life
• Smart variable power ballasts
• Reliable and trouble-free
operation
• Completely chemical free
• Operator-friendly operation
and maintenance
ADVANTAGES
Reliable and intelligent
disinfection control
The UV intensity to which an
organism is exposed is dependent on
the lamp output, quartz sleeve
cleanliness and effluent UV
transmittance. By using dedicated UV
intensity sensors mounted within the
lamp arrays, each of these variables
is automa-tically incorporated into
the measured intensity value.
Exposure time is derived from the
ratio of the UV system ”reactor”
volume to the effluent flow rate. The
resulting UV dose can be calculated
by the control system as a product of
the measured UV intensity and
exposure time.
Maintenance without tools: easy
replacement of lamps, quartz sleeves and
wiper rings due to clip mechanism
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Calibrated UV intensity
monitoring system
To ensure reliable monitoring of the
UV intensity, TAK systems utilize
automatically cleaned, calibrated
intensity sensors developed by
WEDECO. The sensor features
include excellent UV selectivity,
operational stability and a long
operating life.
Arrangement of electronic ballasts
inside an electrical cabinet
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reliable and automatically cleaned
WEDECO intensity sensors.
TAK systems’ electronic ballast
and system control enclosures offer
maximum flexibility to design
engineers while presenting an
intrinsically operator friendly design
approach. Available in a variety of
NEMA or IP ratings, they provide
convenient front access and a neat,
logical component layout for
routine maintenance in a clean, dry
and safe environment. To ensure
long-term, reliable operation of the
system electronics, WEDECO is
pleased to engineer a cooling
solution to meet any installation
location and local climatic
requirements.
WEDECO is also able to provide pre-
fabricated stainless steel channels
to house the UV lamp modules,
including integrated inlet and outlet
transition chambers and fixed weir
level controls. This option is
generally selected for smaller
TAK systems where the provision of
a concrete channel is not desirable.
With most TAK systems, WEDECO
provides precise level control
technology engineered to meet
project specific hydraulic and
performance criteria. Weir designs
include fixed "finger” or pipe weirs,
downward opening gate weirs and
variable orifice plate weirs, among
others.
WEDECO TAK 55 UV modules in the water
Custom engineered solution
• True ”intensity based” dose
pacing control
• No overdosing or underdosing
concerns
• Automatically cleaned
intensity sensor
Additional TAK
Advantages
True dose pacing
The TAK series is unique in its
ability to provide true ”dose-paced”
system control. This intensity-based
control technology actively monitors
and controls the UV dose delivered
to micro-organisms by measuring
the ultraviolet intensity within the
UV system itself. The system adjusts
lamp power automatically (up or
down) to compensate for intensity
fluctuations caused by changes in
water quality, lamp ageing or quartz
sleeve cleanliness.
Control systems that utilize a flow
signal alone (”flow pacing”) or in
combination with water trans-
mittance cannot provide accurate
”dose-pacing” due to their
ignorance of critical variables
including actual quartz sleeve
transmittance and UV lamp output.
The TAK systems are able to employ
true ”dose-pacing” as a result of
their exclusive use of accurate,
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WEDECO TAK system at
Christchurch, UK
Channel covering
(by others)
UV-Modules
Downward opening
penstock
Compressor for
wiping system
Electrical cabinets
Junction box
Baffle plate
WEDECO TAK system at Bad
Tölz, Germany
Example installation TAK 55
WEDECO System TAK 55: Waste water
disinfection in Cassano Spinola / Italy.
Monitoring and control systems
WEDECO offers design engineers maximum flexibility regarding
System Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA) and telemetry systems.
All TAK systems are equipped with integrated PLC systems and
intuitive local operator controls. System monitoring can be
accomplished either locally or remotely depending on project
specific requirements.
Water treatment with UV in Manukau,
New Zealand
UV modules in
maintenance position
Supervision and maintenance via
modem connection
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Ease of maintenance
In the development of WEDECO
products, special attention is
always devoted to maintenance
considerations. The successful
operation of any UV system is
dependent upon the frequency
as well as the ease of maintenance.
In TAK systems WEDECO has
succeeded in minimizing main-
tenance requirements through the
use of advanced technology, quality
engineering and construction. The
long life of Spektrotherm
®
lamps,
exceptional ballast reliability,
superior lamp module construction
and an extremely effective wiping
system all serve to minimize the time
and costs to maintain a TAK system.
WEDECO accomplished much of the
timesavings simply by designing the
TAK system to provide easy access to
all system components.
Worldwide service
The WEDECO Group has delivered
and supports more than 100,000
UV systems throughout the world.
Regardless of your location, WEDECO
strives to provide every customer
with world-class service, before and
after the sale. Company trained
WEDECO staff and partners are
stationed in almost every region of
the world to provide responsive and
professional support.
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WEDECO Global Customer Service:
Professional and fast local support for our customers
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WEDECO support and
service capabilities:
• Customized long-term
service contracts
• Certified operator
training courses
• Defined service call-outs
• Holding of consignment stock
• Free return/recycling of used
WEDECO lamps
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DIN EN ISO 9001
DIN EN ISO 14001
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