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Canal Water Sources

Forsta self-cleaning filters for canal water filtration remove suspended solids, protect downstream equipment and processes, and provide a reliable clean water source.

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A canal often refers to a human-made waterway that allows boats and ships to pass from one body of water to another. However, canals are also used to transport water for irrigation and other human uses.

There are two types of canals: waterways and aqueducts. Waterways are the navigable parts of a body of water, and can be located within a bay or open sea, can connect two or more water bodies, or may even form networks within a city. Aqueducts are used exclusively to transport water for drinking, agriculture, and hydroelectric power.

An irrigation canal is an artificial channel that is constructed to carry water to the fields to perform irrigation. The water is taken either from a river, tank or reservoirs. The canals can be constructed either by means of concrete, stone, brick or any sort of flexible membrane which prevents seepage and erosion.

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