Well Screen Sieve
The intake section of a well. It allows water to flow into the well but stops sand from entering. Well Screen: The intake section of a well, It allows water to flow into the well but stops sand from entering. It also supports the borehole to prevent its collapse. Where the aquifer is in unconsolidated formations, such as sand or gravel, install a well screen at the bottom of the casing. If the aquifer is in porous, consolidated rock (ex. cemented sandstone), no screen is needed.
The Runze@ water well screen consists of a screen pipe with two connectors at each end of the screen pipe.The screen pipe is made by winding cold-rolled wire, approximately triangular in cross section, around a circular array of the longitudinal support rods. The wire is attached to the support rods by welding, producing rigid one-piece units having high strength characteristics at minimum weights. More detail see our wedge wire screen.
- Non-clogging: the continuous slot formed by the V-shaped surface wires ensures a two-point
- contact between the particles and the slot, which minimizes clogging.
- High-precision slot sizes: precise slot sizes are available to meet customers requirements.
- Surface filtration: the V-shaped surface wires allow easy cleaning by mechanical scraping or
- back flushing.
- Low pressure-drop
- Strong construction: for most applications, the wedge wire screen is self-supporting,
- because of the welding at each intersection.