£599.40 - £499.50 (exc. VAT)
£762.40 - £635.33 (exc. VAT)
£942.47 - £785.39 (exc. VAT)
£974.88 - £812.40 (exc. VAT)
£1,412.35 - £1,176.96 (exc. VAT)
£2,389.68 - £1,991.40 (exc. VAT)
£3,445.45 - £2,871.21 (exc. VAT)
£4,351.03 - £3,625.86 (exc. VAT)
£5,375.35 - £4,479.46 (exc. VAT)
£7,561.72 - £6,301.43 (exc. VAT)

Birm Product Table

CodeVessel SizeMax Flow
S10SIF132SFEC10BR10" x 54"0.6 m3/hr flow
S10SIF132SFEC13BR13" x 54"1.1 m3/hr flow
S10SIF132SFEC14BR14" x 65"1.2 m3/hr flow
S10SIF132SFEC16BR16" x 65"1.5 m3/hr flow
S10SIF230SFEC18BR18" x 65"1.9 m3/hr flow
S10SIF250SFEC21BR21" x 60"2.6 m3/hr flow
S10SIF250SFEC24BR24" x 75"3.5 m3/hr flow
S10SIF250SFEC30BR30" x 78"5.4 m3/hr flow
S10SIF351SFEC36BR36" x 78"7.8 m3/hr flow
S10SIF363SFEC42BR42" x 78"10.7 m3/hr flow


Birm Water Filters are ideal for the removal of Iron and Manganese but also have the capability of filtering many other contaminants and chemicals such as Arsenic, Radium and Hydrogen Sulphide. Birm is particularly long-lasting. The process of filtration doesn’t erode or affect the performance on the Birm meaning there is no need for regular top-ups. The media within a Birm Filter is likely to last up to 5 years before it becomes exhausted. Birm is a non-chemical substance which is a great advantages as many companies do not like to have chemicals on site where possible.

Birm is commonly used as a pre-treatment filter for applications such as pulp mills, paper mills, tanneries, textile plants, dye houses and launders.

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