Pre–Season Filtration Preparation

March 26, 2021 12:00 pm
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Cory Broad

KEY GROWER DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, JAIN IRRIGATION

In nature, water is often contaminated with physical, chemical & biological impurities. Often proper filtration is necessary to prevent emitters from clogging. 

Jain has a wide range of water filters to protect your system from clogging hazards. Sand Separators to remove silt and sand from your water. 

Media filters to remove organic impurities like algae, trash, and leaves from water and a complete range of screen filters to remove any physical impurities from water. 

Each year, you can take a few steps to prepare your filtration system to ensure the highest performance from your irrigation system all year long. Cory Broad specifically outlines the steps you need to take to make this season another success. 

During this session, you will learn:

  • The necessary steps to prepare your filtration system for the upcoming irrigation season.
  • A breakdown of sand media filtration systems and the components that require maintenance to ensure trouble-free operation.
  • A Look at Spin Clean screen filters and how to properly clean and set up the unit for the season ahead.
Cory Broad

Territory Sales Manager - Product Manager

Cory is a Certified Crop Adviser, Certified Irrigation Designer, and Certified Ag Irrigation Specialist.  Cory is a lifelong resident of the Central Valley and specializes in helping agricultural producers achieve maximum production while minimizing water-use.

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