intake screens Equipment in Bhutan

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Power Engaged Bar Screen

by Ham Baker Pipelines Ltd     based in Staffordshire, UNITED KINGDOM

Debris is cleared from the screen grid by a chain operated rake travelling up the intake face of the grid. The front edge of the skip is fitted with replaceable tine plates which project into the grid. The rake is raised and lowered by two conveyor chains within the skip. A current sensing overload protection device within the control panel can be ...

Water Intake Protection Screen (WIP)

by Beaudrey     based in Loveland, COLORADO (USA)

The Water Intake Protection Screen (WIP) was developed as an alternative to traditional thru-flow traveling band screens and can be easily retrofitted into existing openings. Its innovative design eliminates fish impingement and entrainment problems that are seen with traditional coarse mesh traveling band screens. Additionally, the Water Intake ...

Brackett Green - Bar Screens For Multistage Screening Process

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

Brackett Green bar screens can provide the first stage protection of a multistage screening process or a single stage screening solution for water intakes or wastewater treatment. Ovivo has a range of fixed and removable bar screens for intake protection.

Brackett Green - Model S.I.M.P.L.E. - Fish Handling Screen

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

Ovivo manufactures fish handling band screens using the S.I.M.P.L.E.™ process for marine life recovery. The Brackett S.I.M.P.L.E. fish handling band screen is designed to meet increasing demands to reduce the environmental impacts of cooling water withdrawal on new and existing intakes (for example, new US EPA regulation 316 b). Fry ...

Intake Systems - 316(b) Compliance with Cook Legacy Intake Systems

by Cook Legacy Coating Company     based in Canal Winchester, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Cook Legacy has the knowledge and technology to help plants comply with the EPA 316(b) rule. Cook Legacy works on site design, wedge wire intake screens, and custom designed intake systems.

Drum Screen

by Beaudrey     based in Loveland, COLORADO (USA)

Drum screens are typically installed in cooling water intake systems downstream from trash rakes or coarse bar screens. Beaudrey drum screens remove process water debris before the circulating water is distributed to plant components. They are self-cleaning and environmentally friendly as they are fully compatible with any of Beaudrey's fish ...

Self-Cleaning Belt Screen - Coarse/Fine Screens

by Pro-Equipment, Inc.     based in Waukesha, WISCONSIN (USA)

The PRO-GUARD Belt Screen (type SCC) is a general purpose separator of debris (solids) from liquids. It finds its application in wastewater treatment plants, chemical industries, meat processing industries, tanneries, breweries, potato processing, water treatment plants and pumping stations where the belt screen is usually installed in the plant ...

Traveling Band Screen

by H+R Environmental ENG`G. Co., Ltd.     based in Sinjhuang, TAIWAN

The traveling band screen is a fully automatic debris removal equipment. It can remove the debris both floating on water surface and submerged in water from inlet channel in order to prevent the followed mechanism from clogging and damage. The equipment is specially designed for debris removal purpose in the intake channel of power plant and ...

Front-Raked Mechanical Screens

by SISMAT ULUSLARARASI LTD. STI.     based in KOCAELI, TURKEY

They are generally utilised in large treatment plants, industrial treatment plants, pumping stations, water intake structures and power plants, especially as coarse screen to screen large impurities such as leaves, grass, jellyfish, seaweeds etc. in the water.

Travelling Grab Screens

by SISMAT ULUSLARARASI LTD. STI.     based in KOCAELI, TURKEY

This type of screen consists of a mobile grab rake that can travel in horizontal and vertical direction and is utilised in applications where the screen structure is very large or where there are multiple parallel screen channels to be cleaned. They are generally used as coarse screens with openings of 40 mm or larger in large-scale wastewater ...

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