Media retainers

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Media retainers

The new I.M.S® 1000 and I.M.S® 200 media retainers from Leopold® are designed to improve the efficiency and reliability of both water and wastewater filtration systems. As part of the complete Leopold underdrain system, the media retainers increase flexibility in media design by eliminating up to 14" of support gravel to allow for increased media depth and available driving head. And their physically rigid construction reduces flexing of the slots and the chance of clogging or biofouling. The I.M.S® 1000 model is suitable for use in wastewater plants, in GAC contactors, in biologically active filters and in the construction of filters for de-nitrification.

Leopold, a Xylem brand
www.fbleopold.com
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