Cost-effective, reliable fine screening
DAGYEE provides proven and reliable
performance in liquid-solid separation in municipal and industrial
applications, especially for screening fibrous and non-oily solids. There are
no moving parts, motors or complicated connections. Static screens are
economical and easy to operate.
The opening size ranges from 0.25 to 2.5 mm, and the hydraulic capacity ranges from 4 to 200 cubic meters per hour or more, depending on the type of water and solid content. The standard structure uses 304 stainless steel. Heavy-duty models can be used for heavy solid loads.
DAGYEE provides reliable performance in liquid-solid separations for municipal and industrial applications, especially when sieving fibrous and non-oily solids. There are no moving parts, motors or complicated connections. Liquid solid separation screens are economical and simple to operate.
HOW DOES STATIC SCREEN WORKS
Influent pumped into the inflow chamber through the inlet of the pipe. As the water level rises, it will flow under the wage weir and the pivoting baffle. Liquids and solids flow through the screen, and Liquids falls through the screen, while gravity and more screening push the captured solids toward the discharge point. The wastewater passes through the filter enters distribution chamber and flows through the outlet tube. The drip-proof assembly at the bottom of the filter directs excess water to the waste chamber. When the solids reach the bottom of the screen, they slide into the container, conveyor or other suitable receiving equipment. Dagyee offers a variety of rear screen and dewatering equipment. To assemble the most cost-effective screening system. Welcome to consult.
WHY CHOSE STATIC SCREEN
Advantages from simple design and robust construction
No moving parts, no motor
Very low installation cost, no maintenance required
Only need regular cleaning
V shape of the bar provides a self-cleaning effect on the screen
In wastewater treatment plants, our static
screening equipment is famous for fine screens used for pretreatment and as
gravel dewatering equipment. Industrial users such as meat processors, food
processors, tanneries, textile mills and recyclers all rely on it for product
recycling and wastewater treatment. Pulp and paper mills use it for fiber
recycling and refuse to dispose of it.