WPL Inlet Screen Options. Utilities, Municipal, Industrial and Agricultural Applications
WPL Inlet screens are designed to protect downstream processes and optimise their plant treatment capability. WPLs range covers a variety of process applications, including small and medium wastewater treatment plants used at Utilities, municipal, industrial and Agricultural sites.
All screens can be mounted in a concrete channel or can fit into a steel tank for above-ground applications. A choice of mesh sizes is available. The complete range of WPL screens can handle flows from 3-200 l/s.
Fine and coarse screenings, de-watering, compaction and screen handling equipment.
WPL Inlet Screen Option:
- WPL Inlet "Bug” Screen for Municipal and Industrial Applications
- WPL Inlet Industrial Drum Screen for Municipal, Industrial and Agricultural Applications.
- WPL Inlet Screw Screen for Smaller Utilities and Municipal Applications
Inlet screens prevent damage to downstream processes and improve their efficiency. They reduce contamination to watercourses and eliminate material that inhibits recycling.
What to consider when selecting a WPL Inlet Screen:
- Flow average and variation
- Type of effluent stormwater, industrial, municipal
- Sewer type long sewers result in heavy flushes of rags
- Degree of screenings removal required screen aperture
- Type of cleaning required manual, automatic
- Availability of power and wash water
- Health and safety screenings contain pathogens and attract insects
- Handling, transport and disposal requirements
WPL Inlet "Bug" Screen
The WPL above ground circular bar screen has been developed as a mobile/temporary unit for pre-treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater. It removes fine solid impurities larger than 3 or 6mm, depending on the chosen screen aperture. It also removes grit up to 50mm, sand larger than 3 or 6mm, grease, fibres, and textiles.
The unit is equipped with an integrated bypass, which mitigates the risk associated with power failure or other damage to the fine screen. It also has an easy-to-open laminated cover, fitted with a dead man switch cut-out for safety.
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WPL Inlet Drum screen
The rotary drum screen is designed for separation of screenings from industrial and municipal wastewater effluent, and particularly for water containing viscose and fibrous elements, the unit can be fitted with (optional) compacting and de-watering equipment.
Flow is delivered by pump or gravity to the inlet section where turbulence is reduced in quiescent conditions in the inlet tank. Flows enter the cylindrical drum (out to in) through a high quality wedge wire screen, periodically cleaned by a skimming plate. Screenings fall into a hopper, which can be fitted with a compacting screw conveyor.
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WPL Inlet Screw Screen
Screw screens are a good general purpose inlet screen, designed for small and medium sized wastewater treatment plants. The screen is supplied for below ground installation in a concrete channel, or in a stainless steel tank where concrete channel is not required.
Maintenance is simplified by a unique pivoting system that allows the unit to be raised out of the housing or channel for cleaning. The outlet pipe can be rotated through 300 degrees to suit the site configuration with regards to screen storage, and can be fitted with optional de-watering and compaction equipment.
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