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  • How the Surf Rake works

    The SURF RAKE's tine raking technology is effective at removing materials from the sand in an eco-friendly way. By dropping the moving conveyor belt's tines into the sad from the top, the machine can be adjusted to clean depending on the environment's conditions. For seaweed, the SURF RAKE can scoop the big chunks off the top to reveal pieces that mingle with the sand bellow, instead of trying to ...


    By H. Barber & Sons, Inc.

  • Replacement of a Curved Bar Screen by a Vertical Bar Screen

    In a hospital, we just replaced a curved bar screen by a Vertical Bar Screen Type SG400. The work conditions of the site operators have been greatly improved since the installation of the Vertical Bar Screen. Indeed, the screenings are now directly rejected into a container, while before operators had to manually rake them out. Project Description Supply of a ...


    By FB Procédés

  • Hydria Water engages with a Children’s hospital in Ukraine.

    Hydria Waters contributes to a children’s hospital in Kiev, Ukraine by supplying several products from the water treatment portfolio. By the end of this year the supply of our step type screen, the Cross Screen XS 1700-450-6, which is a fine screen, will be installed along with ancillaries such as a screw press, some piping and also a manually raked screen MS ...


    By Hydria Water AB

  • Arlat under construction - Product line expansion

    Ready for release this year, Arlat will be adding a new series of screens to their product line. Built around the popular ‘TS’ design, the Multi-screen will provide options for engineers and operators at the beginning of the project as well as anytime in the future. Designers and Engineers that are not willing to ‘mess with success’ can use a traditional bar screen along with the MR belt, which ...

  • New Moyno® Max-Flow Annihilator™ Grinder System Lowers Initial and Lifetime Costs, Saves Energy and Improves System Performance

    The new Moyno® Max-Flow Annihilator™ Grinder System is a custom engineered headworks debris handling system that protects downstream pumps, valves and process equipment in water treatment plants and its lift stations. The cost-effective, low maintenance Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator replaces bar rakes and screens as well as drum screen grinders for enhanced performance. The Max-Flow ...


    By Moyno, Inc.

  • Headworks inc. wins million dollar project in Indianapolis, Indiana

    Headworks Inc. has been awarded a purchase order to design and fabricate five (5) Headworks Mahr Bar Screens for the Belmont Advanced Wastewater Treatment (AWT) Plant in Indianapolis, Indiana – a project totaling close to $1 Million. The Belmont AWT Plant serves more than 449,000 homes and businesses in Indianapolis and surrounding communities. The plant, which is also combined with ...


    By Headworks Inc.

  • Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System lowers initial and lifetime costs, saves energy and improves system performance

    The Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System is a custom engineered headworks debris handling system that protects downstream pumps, valves and process equipment in water treatment plants and their lift stations. The cost-effective, low maintenance Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System can be used in place of bar rakes and screens as well as drum screen grinders for enhanced performance. ...


    By Moyno, Inc.

  • Winter beach clean-up with BeachTech

    Laupheim, 06 March 2007. Looking out the window at this time of the year – at least here in Europe – beach cleaning is probably the last thing one would like to think about... But especially the winter storms wash ashore large amounts of driftwood which give the beach operators a hard time in spring. Beach cleaning is not an issue for the summer time only. Especially now, during the winter, ...

  • New Monster Separation System™ Technology Added

    Costa Mesa, CA – Wastewater facility managers and consulting engineers now have a single source for high quality screens, compactors and grit removal equipment. JWC Environmental’s Monster Separation System can now incorporate a highly-reliable vortex grit removal system named Grit Monster™, or a robust bar screen called Catenary Monster™. JWC signed an agreement this week with Mabarex Inc. of ...


    By JWC Environmental

  • Largest wastewater treatment plant in Alberta, CA selects Headworks Inc.

    Local wastewater screening manufacturer, Headworks® Inc., continues to win projects on an international level. One of the largest wastewater treatment plants in Alberta, Canada has selected Headworks to supply three Mahr® Bar Screens ...


    By Headworks Inc.

  • BeachTech – a professional on the beach

    A successful season ends in Europe and is about to start in the Southern hemisphere Laupheim, 10.11.2006. When the business year of the Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug AG ended on 30 September, the European summer season of 2006 ended as well. It was a successful season that showed that committing to well-tended beaches is very much 'in fashion'. For many years now, beach operators in ...

  • Olympians live the dream - Monsters keep it clean on Whistler Mountain

    Whistler Resort, located in British Columbia, Canada is the host for the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. While athletes around the world have been training, long-planned upgrades to the Whistler Resort wastewater treatment plant had been underway to ensure completion in time for the Olympics where Whistler expects thousands of athletes, spectators, and media. Whistler will also be housing ...


    By JWC Environmental

  • From solar energy to electricity: a growing BIPV market with great potential

    The Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) market is a growing sector in the environmental search for continued energy-saving building materials. Already a segment of the expanding Photovoltaics (PV) market, BIPV is becoming a popular way to use solar energy to generate electricity. In 2007 the PV market raked in approximately €6.24 billion, with a growth rate of 46%. As a part of that growing ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

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