traveling water screen debris collection (Water Screens) equipment available in Australasia

  • Traveling Water Screens

    Power plants must filter the water drawn from rivers or other natural sources for use in their cooling tower systems.  Traveling Water Screens are mechanical filter systems that block and collect large debris. These systems prevent damage to pumps and other sensitive equipment. CET Traveling Water Screens mechanically collect and convey ...

    By Cambridge EnTech (CET) based in Cambridge, MARYLAND (USA).

  • IWS - Vertical Traveling Water Screens

    Vertical traveling water screens protect people, fish and equipment. IWS screens remove water borne debris including moss, grass, hyacinth and tumbleweeds but can be designed to let fish swim through. Water comes through clean so it doesn’t clog waterways, pipelines or pumps. Traveling water screens simplify maintenance of waterways so labor ...

    By International Water Screens based in Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Vertical Traveling Water Screens Product line

  • IWS - Debris Removal Screens

    Our debris removal screen services include design and installation of large scale traveling water screens. “Fish screens” with openings for fish to pass through or fish-friendly screens to block fish without injury, are also available. Traveling water screens simplify maintenance of waterways so labor costs and risk of injury is ...

    By International Water Screens based in Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Debris Removal Screens Product line

  • Thru-Flow Traveling Band Screen

    Traveling band screens are typically installed in an intake screening system downstream from the trash rakes or coarse bar screens and upstream of the circulating water pump. Their main function is to remove debris (from 1 mm-10 mm) before the circulating water is distributed to sensitive plant components. When water flows through the panels of ...

    By Beaudrey American Services, LLC based in Loveland, COLORADO (USA).

  • Dual Flow Traveling Band Screen

    Traveling band screens are typically installed in an intake screening system downstream from the trash rakes or coarse bar screens and upstream of the circulating water pump. Their main function is to remove debris (from 1 mm-10 mm) before the circulating water is distributed to sensitive plant components.

    By Beaudrey American Services, LLC based in Loveland, COLORADO (USA).

  • IWS - Inline Canal Water Screens

    Inline water screens protect people, fish and equipment. IWS screens remove water borne debris including moss, grass, hyacinth and tumbleweeds but can be designed to let fish swim through. Water comes through clean so it doesn’t clog waterways, pipelines or pumps. Traveling water screens simplify maintenance of waterways so labor costs and ...

    By International Water Screens based in Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Inline Canal Water Screens Product line

  • IWS - Moss Removal Water Screens

    Moss removal water screens protect people, fish and equipment. IWS screens remove water borne debris including moss, grass, hyacinth and tumbleweeds but can be designed to let fish swim through. Water comes through clean so it doesn’t clog waterways, pipelines or pumps. Traveling water screens simplify maintenance of waterways so labor costs ...

    By International Water Screens based in Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Moss Removal Water Screens Product line

  • IWS - Cooling Tower Water Screens

    Our cooling tower water screen services include design and installation of large scale screens for processing plants, chemical factories, and more. Special purpose cooling tower water screens are available from IWS including design, manufacture and installation. Clean, debris-free water for cooling towers is a necessity. Protect ...

    By International Water Screens based in Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Cooling Tower Water Screens Product line

  • IWS - Fish Screens

    Our fish screen services include design and installation of large scale traveling water screens for rivers, lakes, aqueducts, canals and more. “Fish screens” with openings of 3/32” or fish-friendly screens (as shown), are available for design, manufacture and installation. Fish screens protect fish and equipment. Our fish screens ...

    By International Water Screens based in Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Fish Screens Product line

  • Mensch Severe Duty - Bar Screen

    The Mensch Severe Duty™ Bar Screen is well known for its versatility in a wide array of pumping station and head works projects, along with setting the standard for robust design in the most severe waste water, combined sewer, and storm water applications. You cannot find a more durable screen on the market.

    By Vulcan Industries based in Missouri Valey, IOWA (USA). from Bar Screen Product line

  • SaniTEE - Effluent Screening Device

    SaniTEE wastewater screens are now available in 4″, 8″ and 16″ sizes and provide consistent retention of wastewater solids for applications up to 20,000 gallons per day. Multiple SaniTEE screens can be used for flows above 20,000. SaniTEE Wastewater Screens SaniTEE self-cleaning wastewater deflection screens (commonly known as ...

    By BIOMICROBICS, Inc. based in Shawnee, KANSAS (USA). from Effluent Screening Device Product line

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    Lenntech - Y-Strainer Devices for Mechanically Removing Unwanted Solid

    Y-Strainers are devices for mechanically removing unwanted solids from liquid, gas or steam lines by means of a perforated or wire mesh straining element. They are used in pipelines to protect pumps, meters, control valves, steam traps, regulators and other process equipment.

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