Municipal Water

System-wide expertise in protecting
and extending the life of water
treatment processes.

System-wide expertise in protecting and extending the life of water treatment processes

Water Treatment Screens: Valuable Protection for Downstream Equipment

The ability to screen large debris and fine particulates is vitally important in protecting a municipality’s sophisticated water treatment process. Preliminary treatment of surface waters through the utilization of coarse and fine screening provides an effective system in the protection of pumps, filters, membranes and other downstream equipment.

 

Our water screens provide value for water treatment systems through the increased longevity of downstream equipment and reduction of process maintenance. The robust design of our coarse screening systems give our customers peace of mind in knowing that they will capture large debris without fear of damaging the equipment. The efficient screening grid and proprietary sealing systems of our fine screens are just a few of the design features that enable our systems to effectively capture more fine particulates from the water stream, which improves the performance of downstream systems.

 

From desalination plants to raw water intake and drainage canals, our engineering, production and service personnel have the expertise to develop the solutions to drive value for your clean water application.

 

We have experience in a number of municipal water applications, including:

  • Membrane protection
  • Desalination plant/RO protection
  • Raw water intake
  • Algae removal
  • Drainage canals
  • Stormwater

To learn more about our products designed for municipal water applications, choose from one of the categories below.

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