self-cleaning fish screen Articles

  • Columbia River Gets a Vertical Fish Screen - case study

    The Columbia River is huge and runs past deserts, towns, major cities and numerous recreation areas. It is a major fishery, as well. So this screen had to protect and exclude fish, handle natural and urban debris, and operate in a constricted space.  We designed and installed large vertical fish screens with hoods. Now the irrigation canal is clean and clear of river debris. The fish are ...


    By International Water Screens

  • Red Tide Cleanup with Beach Cleaners

    While the term, "Red Tide" may elicit an image of blood in the water, the coloration is due to an overabundance of microscopic algae, Karenia brevis. Besides discoloring the water, it releases a toxin that paralyzes fish, prevents them from being able to breath, and kills them. These dead fish then wash up on shore. Additionally, by consuming too much oxygen from the water, many forms of sea life ...


    By H. Barber & Sons, Inc.

  • Mono nov solves another fishy problem

    A division of Monsanto, NutraSweet Kelco is the world’s largest producer of alginate, a by-product of seaweed which is used as a natural thickener in the food, pharmaceutical, textiles and pet food industries. The efficiency of the production process and the quality of the final product is heavily dependent upon the thorough screening of river water to remove all debris, such as twigs, logs and ...

  • Mono nov solves another fishy problem

    A division of Monsanto, NutraSweet Kelco is the world’s largest producer of alginate, a by-product of seaweed which is used as a natural thickener in the food, pharmaceutical, textiles and pet food industries. The efficiency of the production process and the quality of the final product is heavily dependent upon the thorough screening of river water to remove all debris, such as twigs, logs and ...


    By National Oilwell Varco

  • Quantifying uncertainty in the trophic magnification factor related to spatial movements of organisms in a food web

    Trophic magnification factors (TMFs) provide a method of assessing chemical biomagnification in food webs and are increasingly being used by policy makers to screen emergent chemicals. Recent reviews have encouraged the use of bioaccumulation models as screening tools for assessing TMFs for emergent chemicals of concern. The present study used a food web bioaccumulation model to estimate TMFs ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Union county aquifer restoration

    Client: Union County Water Conservation Board  Completion Date: 2003  Services Provided 65-MGD river intake Mechanically cleaned bar screen Two traveling water screens Quarter-mile-long access bridge with service deck Four 15,050 gpm vertical turbine intake pumps 48-inch raw water ...


    By Burns & McDonnell

  • Hydro-Transporting Food: best practices for food processing pumps

    Processing plants look for continuous and trouble-free operation from a pump capable of transporting even the most delicate whole food products or processed foods, while keeping product damage to a minimum. This ensures the highest profits for the plant. Cornell pumps help hydro-transfer systems to clean and convey potatoes, carrots, cranberries, pickles, cherries, beans, peppers, leafy ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

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