Mechanical fine Bar Screen cleaning methods and performance characteristics

Mechanical fine Bar Screen cleaning methods and performance characteristics

Mar 05, 2018

The reason why Mechanical fine Bar Screen can achieve continuous decontamination, the entire cross-section clean water, mainly because of its use of wedge-shaped seam welded stainless steel sieve plate manufacturing, can use the principle of anti-rotating rotation of the sewage solid-liquid separation, so as to achieve purge the purpose.


When the liquid to be treated is uniformly distributed to the inner surface of the screen rotating drum with the counter-rotating mechanism through the overflow weir, the relative shearing motion occurs between the water flow and the inner surface of the screen cylinder. The solid material is retained and discharged automatically by the spiral guide plate. Of the liquid from the gap in the sieve outflow, so as to achieve the purpose of separation, the sieve tube after pressure water flush again dredge.


Throughout the process, the Mechanical Bar Screen can be attached to the grill attached to the dirt on the top of the cleaning machine to complete the flip dumping action, to maintain the water section of clean and free of dirt. And its traction chain for the whole stainless steel, underwater work to ensure no corrosion, maintenance-free.


Compared with the traditional processing equipment, mechanical grille not only high degree of automation, and high separation efficiency, but also has low noise, less power consumption and other advantages. Especially its rake teeth, made of stainless steel, corrosion-resistant high temperature performance, plus stainless steel guard, will not be blocked.


Such Mechanical fine Bar Screen can be mainly used for industrial waste water treatment such as papermaking, slaughter, leather, sugar making, brewing, food processing, textile, printing and dyeing, petrochemical industry and the like for removing solid substances such as suspended solids, floating objects and sediments; Even in urban sewage treatment instead of primary sedimentation tank.