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The rotary screen is equipped with a special, exceptionally low speed, drive. The exceptionally slow rotation speed will maximize the retention time of the screenings on top of the drum. Any surges in water flow will be diverted back to the pump station via the screen’s overflow weir.
Wedge is widest on the inside, so slots block more difficult. Additionally, the wastewater passes the screen twice. At the first pass it leaves solids behind on the drum, in the second pass blockages are flushed.
The slower the screen rotates the longer water will seep from the screenings and the dryer the screenings will become.
Creates enough height to place a container below the screen.
By adding a hinged cover it opens effortlessly as it includes a gas cylinder assisted swing-up opening.
Cleans large surface area. The spray pipe is equipped with multiple high-pressure spray nozzles which is reliable and safe.
The screening is guided by a chute during the fall into the deposit.
This press combines the advantages of the shaftless auger with the dewatering characteristics of wegde wire (as applied in e.g. bow- and drum screens).
We have developed a special feather press to dewater coarse and fiber-like materials.
The pressure strainers are robustly constructed in line coarse screens protecting DAF units, lamella separators or other downstream equipment from blocking.