Water & Wastewater Screens Equipment in Illinois

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Massey Ferguson - 9500 Series 9520 - 313 HP - Self-Propelled Combine

by Herschel Johnson Implement Inc.

Ever since Massey Ferguson introduced the first self-propelled combine in 1938, our commitment to your next harvest has been unwavering. The Massey Ferguson 9500 Series integrate simplicity, innovative design features, excellent capacity, and unparalleled reliability into a combine designed as a leader in the market, not just a competitor. Every ...


by Waste Tech inc

The main component of the WTI/FSM filterscreen is a continuous traveling screen constructed of one piece perforated stainless steel screening elements which are joined together with two fasteners on each side of heavy duty box section conveyor links. The extremely rugged one piece filterscreen elements are half round shape designed to increase the ...

Dewatering Bins

by United Conveyor Corporation (UCC)

Dewatering Bins allow storage of bottom ash for up to several days before unloading.  Water drains from the bins through stainless steel dewatering screens. When dewatering is complete ash is discharged into trucks, rail cars, or barges for final disposal.

Amwell - Bar Screens

by AMWELL® - A Division of McNish Corporation

Amwell builds quality heavy duty front cleaned bar screens to your specifications in vertical or inclined designs in widths from 1.5 ft. to 7 ft. and depths to 30 ft in stainless steel or carbon steel construction. All models are powered by shaft mounted direct drives. Options include “pivot mounted design” for easy maintenance and ...

Fine Screen

by Lakeside Equipment Corp.

With hundreds of installations in operation, the Lakeside Raptor  Fine Screen is proven screening technology. This unique in-channel bar screen not only screens wastewater but washes, compacts and transports the screenings.

945D - Thermal Desorption Unit

by Midwest Soil Remediation, Inc.

The MSR 945D Thermal Desorption Unit is a high capacity system that typically processes between 80 and 120 tons of contaminated soil per hour. The process begins with the placement of contaminated soil in the primary feed hopper via front end loader. All types of soil including clay, sand, silty clay, gravel, and aggregates can be treated. The ...

Flo-SeptageStation - DM - Heavy Solids Loading Screening System

by Enviro-Care

Screening septage or heavy sludge comes with a long list of problems. The two most commonly identified are the inability to handle the heavy solids and long truck unloading times. These are not really problems, but rather the result of not having the proper equipment for the application. The Flo-SeptageStation DM has been engineered specifically ...

CleanFlo - Vertical Spiral Screen

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.

The CleanFlo™ Vertical Spiral Screen is a small flow screen specifically designed in a vertical orientation for installation in pump wetwells or short channels. The screen is composed of a cylindrical perforated or wedgewire basket with an integral shaftless spiral and conveyor tube.

CleanFlo - All-In-One Combined Headworks System

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.

The WesTech CleanFlo™ All-In-One Combined Headworks System is a pre-engineered headworks system that includes fine screening, screenings dewatering and aerated grit removal. All this is pre-engineered into a compact stainless steel package. The system is self-contained and requires little space. It is ideal for pumped flows or when space is ...

Treatment Shaft

by Process Wastewater Technologies LLC

Process Wastewater Technologies and Applied Engineering Technologies (AET) have partnered together to develop a fully-automated, patented* vertical treatment shaft process for CSO control systems. The technology provides proper disinfection contact time, vessel flushing, air venting, odor control, surge control, skimming, and settling in a ...

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