How Design Impacts Headworks Screening Systems

Design Considerations and Their Effects on O&M

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Optimization of Treatment Processes

  • Clogging reduces aeration efficiency by as much as 70%
  • Improve digestion and clarification efficiency and capacity by eliminating the accumulation of inorganics
  • Can greatly reduce overall treatment costs

Protect Downstream Equipment

  • Reduces clogging of pumps, valves and pipes
  • Prevent MBR fouling with screening at 2-3 mm
  • Protect centrifuges from damaging solids
  • Avoid entangling mixers and other rotating equipment

Save You Money

  • Reduce maintenance costs – machine downtimes and
    repair costs
  • Lower treatment costs – detention times, chemical
    addition, $/gal
  • Lower energy costs – Less energy used when equipment runs efficiently

Multiple Solutions for Multiple Applications

Chain & Rake Monster Bar Screen®

Hardworking Monster For High Flow Coarse Screen Water Treatment Needs

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Finescreen Monster®

Finescreen Process Protection Without The Maintenance

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Drumscreen Monster®

Perforated Fine Rotary Drum Screens For Pumped Flows

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View JWC’s, one-hour webinar tailored for wastewater professionals interested in learning more about well-designed headworks screening systems, the advantages and how design impacts the entire treatment system and operational bottom line.

From basic screening hydraulics to capture rate efficiency and how to maximize it for any piece of screening equipment, we will discuss the most popular headworks screen types on the market and discuss their relative advantages and disadvantages, including:

  • Bar Screens
  • Slotted Screens
  • Fine Screens
  • Drum Screens

Even more important, we will discuss design criteria that needs to be considered when selecting a screen for a specific application.

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