SEPARATE LARGE PARTICLES FROM WASTEWATER
Filter systems are used as primary screening to separate large particles from your wastewater. Removal of these particles prevents downstream pipe blockages and protects upstream equipment.
Aquarake, type NPS
The Aquarake is a self-cleaning channel filter, with an endless belt of filter elements, which will transport and discharge the retained solids. Hot water spray system and brush cleaning are optional items on the screen.
Curved screen, type NZB
The curved screen is a straightforward static filter, equipped with a wedge wire sieving plate. A pneumatic controlled sparing system installed with cover will clean the curved screen periodically.
Rotary drum screen, type NTF
The internally fed rotary drum screen is equipped with a patented inlet water distribution system. A perforated drum with screw will retain and transport the solids from the wastewater. An overflow system is standard.
Rotary drum screen, type NRF
The externally fed rotary drum screen with a self cleaning wedge wire drum will retain solids from the wastewater. An adjustable overflow weir and spraying systems for periodically cleaning are integrated in the design.
Rotary drum screen, type NDF
The cloth filter is an inside fed rotary drum screen with a perforated drum covered by a cloth, specially designed for removal of fine solids. Suitable for specific applications for example solid/liquid separation of manure.