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WEDGED WIRE SCREEN

  • RQL 12-1
  • RQL 12-2

Related key words:

sieve wire mesh, screening washer, wedge wire mesh.

Wedge wire screens are superior for retaining media, filtering, and sizing. In comparison with wire mesh and perforated metal, wedge wire continuous slot screens have more open area, have very precise openings, are stronger and more durable, are virtually non-clogging and reduce media abrasion. Wire mesh and perforated metal may be less expensive initially, but wedge wire screens offer easier installation and long-term operating and cost benefits.

Wedge wire screen variety:

Wedge wire screen is made with profile wire, woven or welded and support rods. Accordingly, it can divided into two major types: woven wedge wire and welded wedge wire.

Dimensions:

- maximum profile wire length of 2000 mm, 2800mm
- maximum support rod length of 4000 mm, 4500mm
- standard spacing between the support rods of: 25, 50, 75, 100 up to 300mm and more.
Slot opening can be very micron to 0, 03 mm.

Wedge wire materials:

Varnished Low Carbon Steel.
Galvanized Steel.
AISI 304 Stainless Steel.
AISI 316 Stainless Steel.
Other materials available upon request

Wedge Wire Screens provide a unique combination of the most important features required for maximum screening efficien-cy. The product is custom designed to suit the specific requirements of the customer and to enable a relatively low cost and high performance solution for the screening application. The high open area of the Wedge Wire screen provides excellent capacity. Wedge Wire screen offers continuous slot openings that widen inwardly so that particles tend to pass through the screen.

Wire Width Wire Height Relief Angle Typical Support Rods
30V .030" .06" 10 .125" round
45V .045" .09" 10 .125" round
63V .063" .11" 13 .156" round
69U .069" .17" 8 .075" x 1" bar
93V .093" .15" 13 .25" round or .075" bar
93U .093" .17" 5 .25" or .38" round
125V .125" .20" 13 .38" round
Applications of wedge wire screen
Liquid / Solids Separation Sizing, Straining and Filtering Collection Retention
Solids removal from process wastewater Lake and riverwater intake screens Fiber removal Screen cylinders for rotary screens Recovering solids Pulp thickening Heavy media recovery Product dewatering Sieve Bend Screen surfaces In-line strainers to minimize the lose of media Resin Traps used as an effluent strainer Sizing of solids Pressure screens Filtering particles from treated fluid Strainers for pump or compressor protection Support grids for uniform fluid collection in media filter Hub lateral screen systems Header lateral screen systems Collection of treated liquid in treatment vessels Filter nozzles for tube sheets Upflow Clarifiers Gravity filter underdrain systems Retaining media and collecting the treated liquid Carbon retention screens in carbon-in-pulp tanks Flooring for germination, malt kiln, grain drying rooms Catalyst retention in catalytic reactors Fish protection / diversion screens