We offer a variety of screw conveyor systems for the municipal and industrial waste applications. High quality materials, recognized reliable brand components and competent workmanship ensure a long service life with minimal maintenance requirements. Plant operating costs are reduced as rejected screenings and grit are dewatered, cutting disposal costs.
Grit separation systems combines the required wastewater pre-treatment stages into one compact, cost effective and simple to install package. High quality materials, recognized reliable brand components and competent workmanship ensure a long service life with minimal maintenance requirements. Plant operating costs are reduced as rejected screenings and grit are dewatered, cutting disposal costs
The SC & DS series – Screw compactors offer a number of options for headworks / inlet water and wastewater screening solutions. They can be supplied for an in-channel installation or dry mounted in a purpose built stainless steel tank. The SC & DS series come in a large number of models and configurations, suitable for small flow rates up to very large municipal flows.
The TE series Static screens offer an economic solution with continuous solid-liquid separation process with almost no maintenance requirements and no energy input at all. The TE series screens are a good pre-treatment option for industrial waste water applications, removing high solids from waste streams from a variety of industries such as; paper, textile, tannery, laundry, canning and milk and abattoir industries etc. The screen aperture ranges from 0.5 to 1.5mm with a flow rate of up to 126m³/hr.
The BS Series range of automatic rake bar screens are economically priced and well suited to smaller wastewater treatment plants. With simple practical design and all stainless steel construction, BS bar screens are extremely reliable and suitable for harsh operating conditions. Bar spacing ranges from 1.0mm to 50mm and throughput capacity from 18m³/h to 290m³/h.
The Defender Rotary Drum Screen is a high capacity filter for difficult solid/liquid separation and an effective solution for wastewater pre-treatment. The Defender is suitable for a wide range of process separation including food and beverage, paper and pulp, tanneries, textiles and other industrial applications. Automatic cleaning of the drum filter is performed by an external cleaning scraper and an internal water jet system. Wedge wire apertures, range from 0.15mm up to 3.0mm and a clean water capacity from 2L/sec up to 150L/sec.
The ScreenPAK SPS (Screw Press Screen) is designed to remove bulky solids from wastewaters containing fibrous matter such as cattle yard wash-down water or Paper & Pulp process water. The SPS affords easy disposal of solid material and reduced treatment requirements for remaining liquids. Solids are separated, compressed and dewatered by the action of the feed screw, wedge-wire screen and the dynamic filter cake. Screenings are discharged through an adjustable regulating gate which controls the water content of the filter cake. Throughput capacity: 20m³ to 60m³ per hour.
Winnow™ Silverline Series - Manual, Semi-Automatic & Automatic Self-Cleaning filters for use in irrigation and industrial applications. Winnow™ Silverline Series filters are suited to a variety of filtration and separation processes where water is the principle medium. With a wide range of screen element types and a market-leading range of cleaning technologies - including Brush, Vacuum, and Hydro-Jet - ensure that the best cleaning system is matched to the application. Full stainless steel construction ensures a long service life and the ability to withstand rigorous process applications. Simple, robust electro-mechanical...
Winnow™ Screen filters are manufactured from stainless steel and high strength polypropylene - with enhanced UV protection and high resistance to chemicals. Winnow™ Screen filters are ideal for removal of particles, grit and other suspended solids in a large range of agricultural and industrial applications. Winnow™ Screen filters are available in a wide range of filtration – ranging from 80 to 400 microns.