Amiad's Filtration System Earns Title 22 Approval


Jun 15, 2009

The Amiad Automatic Microfiber (AMF) filtration system received approval for use as a filtration technology for achieving the required turbidity level under the California Water Recycling Criteria, also known as Title 22.

The AMF system offers a solution to sediment removal under the Title 22 program. The Amiad AMF system captures sediment in microfibers tightly wound around plastic cartridges, and then automatically cleans itself with a high-velocity stream of water deflected off the plastic cartridges.

“In this time when we are facing water scarcity and water quality issues, we need to look at any opportunity to recycle water,” says Jim Lauria, vice president of sales and marketing for Amiad USA in Oxnard, Calif.  “Receiving this approval under Title 22 demonstrates that our AMF technology can help in a variety of applications where a process or system needs Title 22-compliant technology, or wherever scarce water resources may be recycled.”

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