Intake Screen Systems
A combination of traveling water screens, stationary water screens, stop logs, grab rakes, bar racks & pumps
Traveling water screen assemblies and related equipment are used to filter debris and aquatic life in varying sizes, from raw water sources such as rivers, lakes, streams and oceans. Screening systems are utilized at fossil-fuel power plants, nuclear power plants, drinking water facilities, refineries and other heavy industrial sites where large volumes of raw water are consumed.
Intake screening systems provide clean, debris-free raw water while minimizing ecological impacts. Intake traveling water screens need to be fish-friendly to be compliant with US EPA section 316(b). This means fish and other life forms are not impinged in the screen and are released back into their natural habitat.
Traveling water screens are designed for each location, customized for size and material. With over 15,000 installations worldwide Evoqua has original drawings dating back over 100 years which can be used for repairs and refurbishments. Using these drawings also saves on re-engineering costs.
Traveling water screen assemblies can be repaired or refurbished during planned maintenance events at fossil-fueled or nuclear power plants, pulp and paper facilities, drinking water facilities and other heavy industrial settings. Evoqua personnel can also provide top-side or below-water equipment assessments to determine the need for any repairs.
Current customers of our traveling water screen assemblies can take advantage of our ToolDOX Portal. Our equipment is serialized and comes with specific drawings and specifications. Access them online to request parts through an easy user interface. Click on the link below to learn more.Evoqua's ToolDOX Portal for Intake
Models of the traveling screen & assembly, can protect wildlife to larval size, transporting it back into its natural habitat
We have over 14,000 water screen installations worldwide & have most of the original drawings & specifications