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Wedge Wire Screens For Water Intake And Treatment
We produce passive water intake screens for withdrawing water from lakes, rivers, streams and reservoirs. Our Profile Bar and resistance-welded wedge wire intake screen designs result in less debris and reduced clogging for a smoother water flow. Wedge wire intake screens can be used in industry like nuclear, hydroelectric, coal, gas, oil and chemical plants, pulp and paper mills. And public and private water companies.
We manufacture cost-effective water intake screens in stainless steel or copper-nickel. We produce intake screens in multiple sizes and configurations, including half intakes for shallow water conditions.
Water Intake Screen Configurations
Half-barrel intake screens
Benefits Of Our Water Intake Filter Screens
Passive — no moving parts
Reduced operating costs
Maximum water flow
Multiple designs accommodate deep to shallow depths
Copper-nickel units available for anti-biofouling
Compliant with Section 316(b) of the Clean Water Act
Airburst cleaning system available
Available in corrosion-resistant materials
Johnson Screens Flat Panel Fish Diversion Screens
Profile wire fish screens prevent entrainment, injury, or death of the targeted aquatic species by physically precluding fish from entering a water intake.
Our non-corrosive, stainless steel screens/panels provide an environmentally friendly option for your fish protection/diversion projects. These fish diversion screens are used in dam and river systems to protect fish from hydroelectric turbines and pumps. All fish or water diversion screens can be customized using a variety of wire shapes and rod sizes or additional framing/support to fit your application.
Fish diversion screens are recommended by leading environmental authorities as one of the best options to protect marine life. The system can be designed at low-inflow velocities in relation to the ambient flow past the screen. This minimizes impingement and entrainment of fish and debris.