RSS - Externally-Fed ScreenSource: IPEC
RSS Series of Externally-fed Rotary Screens have slotted wedgewire, cylindrical drums that rotate on two pillow block bearings and self clean on every revolution.
RSS Series of Externally-fed Rotary Screens have slotted wedgewire, cylindrical drums that rotate on two pillow block bearings. The screen slot openings range from 0.100 to 0.010 inches. The rotary drum is driven by a TEFC motor fitted to a shaft-mounted gearbox The self-cleaning action of the water falling through these screens, is ideally suited for flows that have high oil or grease loadings.
Method of Operation
Raw influent enters a headbox which distributes the flow evenly across the full length of the rear, upper external surface of the rotating drum. As water passes through the screen, solids are retained on the outside of the screen drum and are carried by rotation around to the front of the screen, where they are removed by a fixed doctor blade. The screened water cascades down inside the drum and falls through the bottom, creating a vigorous backwash action. This action, together with the use of internal water sprays, self-cleans the drum on every revolution.
- 304 stainless steel construction
- unitary frame
- wedgewire drum
- TEFC motor and shaft-mounted geardrive
- headbox, with overflow protection
- doctor blade assembly with monel blade
- internal spray bar
- 316 stainless steel construction
- control panel c/w starter & spray bar timer
- pneumatic or cam operated doctor blade cleaner
- variable speed drive or 2 speed motor
- headbox level sensor
IPEC RSS Externally-Fed Rotary Screens
|Flow Capacities (US gpm)|
|RSS 2512||RSS 2524||RSS 2536||RSS 2548||RSS 2572||RSS 2596||RSS 36120|
Waste Activated Sludge
|Pulp & Paper Debarking Water||0.020"||105||250||370||500||750||1000||1440|
|Fruit/Vegetable Processing Effluent||0.020"||110||260||390||520||790||1050||1510|
|Seafood Processing Effluent||0.020"||50||120||180||240||360||480||690|
|Poultry Processing Effluent||0.020"||70||220||280||380||560||750||1400|
|Meat Processing Effluent
This chart is only to be used as a guide. For specific sizing enquiries, please contact IPEC.