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Hydro-Dyne Center Flow, Through-Flow, MultiRake Screens & Onsite Screen Sizing Pilot

Hydro-Dyne Great White Center Flow Screen (Hydro-Flo Screen) is an efficient mechanical band screen with .5 to 25mm round diameter, square mesh or slotted openings. Very low headlosses and all stainless steel and UHMWPE grids make these center entrance, side discharge screens suitable for a number of applications, including protection of membranes.

Bull Shark Through Flow Screen  with a variety of grid types, opening sizes and models available, the Bull Shark Through Flow Screen is ideal in a wide range of environments. Low Flow, Standard, Heavy Duty, Super Duty and Front Discharge models are available. Through flow design and large solid removal are trademarks of this versatile screen. All stainless steel construction and UHMWPE wear surfaces provide years of troublefree operation. The extremely strong stainless steel grid reduces headlosses to well below industry standards.

 

Tiger Shark Multi-Rake Screen  with its iconic heavy duty stainless steel bar rakes, the Tiger Shark Multi-Rake Screen efficiently captures a wide variety of debris and is ideal for large particle removal. The Tiger Shark screen’s practical design combines reliability with efficient operation. The low friction UHMWPE guide links reduce wear and operational costs. The Tiger Shark is designed for large particle removal. Multiple rakes continuously clean the bar rack with grid openings from 5-300mm.

Hammerhead Onsite Screen Sizing (HOSS) Enables treatment plants to better understand the unique characteristics of their wastewater flow and provides site-specific intelligence to design the most efficient and effective headworks structures. Prior to a screenings project, contact JCI to perform a onsite screen sizing pilot to determine solids loading and screening sizing to maximize screening capture. Optimizing screen design provides benefits throughout the treatment plant resulting in reduced loadings to downstream processes, removing rags and troublesome debris resulting in lower maintenance costs and  higher equipment reliability.

  • Improves process protection
  • Extends equipment lifespans
  • Reduces capital expenditures
  • Minimizes maintenance expenses