More stories about Filters

  • Neptune-Benson Acquires Lawson Aquatics

    Neptune-Benson, a manufacturer of commercial pool filtration systems has announced the acquisition of Lawson Aquatics, a maker of main drain and rim-flow system components

  • Which Filter is the Best

    When I was teaching filtration at technical schools and seminars throughout the country, I kept hearing the same question: “Which type of filter is best?” Attendees were not asking which manufacturer made the best filter, but rather which of t

  • It’s Cleanup Time

    Keeping the pool clean is a dirty job, which is why to clear dirt and debris effectively, pool filters need periodic cleanings themselves.

  • Set in Place

    It’s that time. The pool or spa filter has done a dutiful job, but it’s run its course and now must be replaced.

  • It’s Clean Up Time

    Keeping the pool clean is a dirty job, which is why to clear dirt and debris effectively, pool filters need periodic cleanings themselves.

  • The Pressure’s On

    All swimming pool filters are equipped with pressure gauges that measure the pressure within the filter in pounds per square inch.

  • Figuring Out Fiber

    Cellulose fiber is gaining popularity as a filtration media for use in septum-type (D.E.) filters, and as a filter aid in cartridge and sand filters.

  • Trapping the Enemy

    Properly maintained sand filters do a fine job of keeping swimming pool water free of much of the undesirable bits and pieces that become suspended in it during normal use.

  • Filter science

    Since water is hydraulic, it does not compress and cannot store energy.

  • The Workhorse

    More than 80 percent of Bryant Scallorn’s customers use sand filtration on their pools