drum screens Equipment in Panama

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WesTech - Model CleanFlo™ SHEAR™ - Rotary Drum Fine Screen

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

For years, Rotary Drum Fine Screens have been the industry's choice for applications requiring high solids removal efficiency at an economical cost. WesTech innovation offers direct drive propulsion for drum rotation, eliminating the messy and maintenance-prone chains and sprockets.

Model RS - Drum Screen

by VA Teknik i Borås AB     based in Borås, SWEDEN

Simple robust quality machine for pumped flows. Separated dirty/clean side eliminates ”carry over”. Can be used as one stage pre treatment before membrane filtration. Easy changeable & alternative filter/screen/slot panels. Integrated screenings conveyor, wash press & shredder. Alternative solutions for drum cleaning reduces ...

Girapac - Model GP - Rotating Drum Screen with Compacting Screw

by ANDRITZ Separation - a division of the Andritz Group     based in Waddinxveen, NETHERLANDS

The Girapac screen GP is a fully encased compact unit for the pre-treatment of effluents from small and medium sized urban or industrial waste water treatment plants.

Model R - Drum Thickener Power Drain

by ANDRITZ Separation - a division of the Andritz Group     based in Waddinxveen, NETHERLANDS

ANDRITZ drum thickeners are designed for relatively low-throughput thickening requirements in waste water treatment plants (WWTP). Made entirely of stainless steel, they complete our thickening portfolio to provide the most economical solution for most thickening problems.

Eldan - Drum Wind Screen

by Eldan Recycling A/S     based in Faaborg, DENMARK

The Drum Wind Screen have been developed to separate crushed complex scrap into: Light fraction and possible cyclone fraction. Heavy fraction. The heavy fraction is classified into coarse and fine particles.

Copa - Cyclone Non-Powered, Self Cleaning Storm Screen

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

Ovivo’s Copa Cyclone is a non-powered, self cleaning storm screen for combined sewer overflow (CSO) screening, developed in partnership with United Utilities. The Copa Cyclone’s unique design eliminates the need for an external power supply and mechanical cleaning of the screen’s surface. Two sizes of screen are available: 75 l/s ...

Brackett Bosker - Automatic Raking Screen

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The Brackett Bosker automatic raking screen is designed for a wide range of applications where highly effective bar screen cleaning is necessary, including power stations (nuclear, fossil and hydro), flood defence and storm drainage pumping stations, and industrial pumping stations. Simplicity of design and efficient debris handling make the ...

Ecomation - Drum Screens for All Kind of Screening

by Ecomation Oy     based in Salo, FINLAND

Ecomation’s drum screen is an essential element in our scrap processing lines and it can be integrated in our ESSE separator. Our drum screens are also for sale separately, because they can be used in many variations for many different screening and dry cleaning purposes from screening of crushed electrical scrap to glass and ceramics and ...

Gizmo Engineering - Model D-55G & DX-55G - Drum Suction Pipe

by Gizmo Engineering     based in Seneca Castle, NEW YORK (USA)

The DRUM SUCTION PIPE ensures that chemical is drawn from the bottom of your drum to eliminate suction of air caused by faulty tubing. Flow is visible through the convenient flow indicator.

Gizmo Engineering - Model DHA Series - Drum Alarm for High Liquid Level

by Gizmo Engineering     based in Seneca Castle, NEW YORK (USA)

The Drum Alarm for High Liquid Level alerts your attention to full drums with a bright flashing LED and a loud beeper when liquid level is high. Just drop it in a drum and never overfill again!

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