Within municipal wastewater RSS screens are used for fine screening primary sewage influent at the headworks as well as screening of clarifier scum. Other industrial applications that commonly use JWC’s externally fed drum screens include meat & poultry processing, seafood offal effluent, pulp and paper debarking
The RSS Externally Fed Drum Screen are constructed slotted stainless wedgewire, cylindrical drums that rotate on two pillow block bearings. The screen typically has lot openings range from 0.100 to 0.010 inches. These screens feature 100% overflow protection from blinding for flows up to 5.0 mgd.
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, has a combined effect to self-clean the drum on every revolution.
- 100% overflow protection for designed flow up to 5.0 mgd
- More material recovery for re-use or improved industrial wastewater production
- Customized to fits into existing infrastructure
- All 304 stainless steel construction
- Headbox with overflow protection
- Solid unitary frame
- Wedgewire drum
- Doctor blade assembly with Monel blade
- Internal spray bar
- Flows from 110 to 4000 gpm
- Drum Diameters range from 25 – 36 inches
- Drum Lengths range from 12 to 120 inches