weir gates Equipment in Uganda

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Weir Gates

by Waterman Industries of Egypt     based in Cairo, EGYPT

Weir gates are used in many water treatment plants to control/maintain the water level on one side of the gate. Weir gates are also referred to as downward opening slide gates as the slide is moved downwards to allow the flow of water over the top of the slide (weir plate).

WACO - Weir Gates

by WACO Products, Inc.     based in Baltimore, MARYLAND (USA)

For control of flow through a port opening and to balance flow through parallel systems, the WACO weir gate is the answer. The weir gate opens by lowering its slide plate, allowing water to cascade over the top edge. By adjusting the height of the slide plate, the water level upstream can be controlled. WACO weir gates feature handwheel or ...

HydroBend - Weir Gates

by Steinhardt GmbH - Wassertechnik     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

According to ATV A128 [Wastewater Technology Association], rainwater overflow basins and retaining canals are to be furnished with spillway dams. In the event of strong rainfall they divert excess water into the surrounding bodies of water. The upper edge of the spillway dam is the maximum storage level with which the chargeable storage volume is ...

Weir Gates - Series 40

by Fontaine Industries Ltd     based in Magog,, QUEBEC (CANADA)

The Fontaine SERIES 40 Downward Opening Weir Gate is used for flow control in various applications where water flows over the slide. The sealing system using UHMWPE is the same as for the SERIES 20 Sluice Gate.

Coplastix - Sluice/Slide/Weir Gates

by Ashbrook Simon-Hartley     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

All Coplastix sluice/slide/weir gates are built for dependable performance with special milled steel matrices that lend strength to the durable Coplastix doors. All contact faces are made from incompatible materials for minimum friction which contributes to manufacture a lighter gate that can be handled easier when manually operated and requires ...

Golden Harvest - Model GH 60 & GH-66 - Aluminum & Stainless Steel Weir Gates

by Golden Harvest, Inc.     based in Burlington, WASHINGTON (USA)

Golden Harvest Inc. Weir Gates are designed to control upstream water elevation and can provide a rough estimate of flow using notched gates via the downward- opening design. Weir gates function like slide gates, except that the disc opens downward allowing outflow to weir over the top of the gate.

Aqua-Gate - Float Weirs

by SGS Aqua Technologies GmbH     based in Winterberg, GERMANY

In CSO tank, storm water tanks, storage sewers, flood control dams and water reservoirs the available storage volume is maximized through th use of Aqua-Gate - Float weirs. This increaser in storage volume results in a decrease of overflow events and minimizes the amount of water discharged from the system.

Model ASA - Dams, Flushing Weirs and Relief Weir

by HST Systemtechnik     based in Meschede, GERMANY

ASA weirs serve primarily as cascade dams, flushing weirs and relief weirs. They activate reservoir volumes, generate hydropeaking and make a variable overflow edge to separating structures and relief dams. Technically, the ASA weirs are XXL hydraulically-driven, pressure- sealed sliders, manufactured with the highest level of precision.

Adjustable Weir

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

Adjustable weirs are mostly utilised for level control. The main feature that sets them apart from sluice gates is that they allow partial opening control. Furthermore, they may be opened downwards or in angles, as the main purpose is controlling the water level, as opposed to sluices gates that usually open upwards.

Split Gates

by Watch Technologies     based in Grants Pass, OREGON (USA)

Dual blade, dual action, automated, solar-powered or AC, Smart Split Gates by Watch Technologies combines the functionality of two separate gates into one: bottom-up discharge flow control, debris sluicing, and automatic emergency dump, and top-down surface control and/or measuring weir. Easily deployed and programmed, cost efficient, reliable. ...

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