Headworks & Screening Solutions
Ramtech’s Wastewater Treatment Equipment solutions include, but are not limited to:
Parkson offers a variety of in-channel and gravity-fed rotating and static screens with a wide range of screen opening types. We also offer screening handling processes such as conveying, washing, and dewatering, and when combined with a screen, is a complete screening and screenings handling system.
Visit Water University to watch Parkson’s webinar to learn more.
Duperon Corporation based in Saginaw, Michigan leads the wastewater treatment industry with innovative technologies and equipment that include fine and coarse mechanical bar screening, low flow bar screens, washer compacting, and screenings conveyance.
Duperon bar screens are fully self-cleaned with no lower bearing in the wastewater. This removes the need for screens to pivot out of the channel for maintenance. Our unique washer compactors feature a twin-screw configuration which can push dewatered material vertically up to 40 feet.
Screening benefits the process of wastewater, by-product, and water treatment by removing troublesome and recognizable solids so they do not harm or damage downstream equipment and processes. Screening reduces operator workload by avoiding costly downtime of such items such as pumps, valves, and other mechanical or process equipment.
Visit Water University to watch Duperon’s webinars to learn more.
Salsnes Filters by Trojan Technologies has developed a unique solution for replacing conventional primary separation in 1/10th the land clarifiers use. Combining separation, thickening, and dewatering into one screen can help reduce the overall BOD loading by 20%, TSS by 50%, and produce a drier sludge of 20-30% wt.
Out of Trojan Technologies lab in London, Ontario Salsnes can perform sieve tests on wastewater samples to predict removal rates and be able to offer a performance guarantee. This is recommended for all new projects.
Visit Water University to watch Salsnes’ webinar to learn more.