intake screens Equipment in Swaziland

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

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)

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 ...

Brackett Green - Bar Screens For Multistage Screening Process

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)

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.

Water Intake Protection Screen (WIP)

by Beaudrey

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 ...

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

by Cook Legacy Coating Company

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

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.

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 ...

Dual Flow Traveling Band Screen

by Beaudrey

Traveling band screens are part of a water intake screening system and are positioned after the trash rakes or coarse bar screens. Traveling band screens are self-cleaning systems with operation modes that extend from fully automatic to strictly manual. Beaudrey Dual Flow Traveling Band Screens have a high rotation speed, up to 20m/min (66 ...

Thru-Flow Traveling Band Screen

by Beaudrey

Traveling band screens are usually part of water intake screening systems, irrigation systems or the pre-treatment of water. Band screens are positioned downstream from the trash rakes or coarse bar screens and before the circulating water pumps. Beaudrey thru flow traveling band screens can operate in a variety of water and have high debris ...

CleanFlo - Element Belt Screen

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.

The CleanFlo™ Element Belt Screen from WesTech is a key addition to any headworks. These units have been perfected over 25 years of use in hundreds of installations. They provide a complete and effective design for screening of particles from .03 to 8.1 inches in size. CleanFlo™ Element Belt Screens feature a unique self cleaning ...

Brackett Bosker - Automatic Raking Screen

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)

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 ...

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