VWater Treatment Garnet solves a major filtration problem. A properly designed multi-media filtration system incorporates filter media with large granules at the top and small granules at the bottom of the filter and will provide excellent performance even after many backwashes. Solids entering the entire filter bed result in increased solids retention, longer filter run times, and higher filtration rates. By using filter media of different sizes and specific gravities, we achieve this stable state of large grains through finer ones. Garnet has high specific gravity and offers a unique filter design. Garnet offers higher flow rates, higher loading, and better filtration when combined with other filter media. Garnet’s high hardness reduces abrasion and extends filter bed life, providing years of reliable service. Garnet is an excellent support bed for other high-density media. Garnet is used in sand filters for Water Filtration with other water treatment filtration media products such as Gravel, Anthracite, Silica Sand, Birm, Pumice, and Activated Carbon.
Our filter garnet is a high hardness, high-density granular filter medium. As an underlayer of the dual media filter system, you can use it very effectively in combination with sand, gravel, and possibly coal filtration. It also has a high specific density and excellent chemical resistance, and wears resistance, is ideal for water filtration.
Overall, it is lighter than other types of rock on the ground. Garnet grains vary in size from medium to large. Rocks are rich in silica in their constituents. One of the most common types of rock. It is extremely hard. Due to its excellent weather resistance, various construction works entrust it. Therefore, the construction of temples, palaces, and museums apply it. Thanks to the color combination of its recipe, it differs very beautifully. It also has the advantage of being an insulating material, so mica sheets are extracted from it and used in the manufacture of electrical insulation applications. Very high thermal conductivity. It’s a very strong rock.