The curved screen SERCOURB is part of run-of-river screens or sieves. Installed in a channel, its curved grid stops the particles larger than the opening slot, contained in the effluent.
The curved screen SERCOURB is used in the treatment of wastewater, urban effluents (waste water treatment plant & unloading of water cleaning trucks / emptying materials), industrial effluents (food industry: canneries, slaughterhouses, dairies / cheese dairies, fruit washing and vegetables, fish industry – chemistry / pharmacy – mechanical industry & paper industry – agricultural sector: breeding) and in processes.
The curved screen SERCOURB is part of run-of-river screens or sieves. Installed in a channel, its curved grid stops the particles larger than the opening slot, contained in the effluent. These particles are then scraped and raised by a rotating double arm rake towards the discharge chute, located on the upper part of the grid. The rotating double arm rake is equipped with a flexible flap on one side and a comb on the other.
It is easy to install and requires little maintenance. It can operate without monitoring.
Faced with the increasing difficulties of operating screw screens for the screening of sewage, Serinol offers the principle of the curved screen SERCOURB as an alternative to this technology. Rustic, economical and requiring little maintenance, the curved screen SERCOURB, integrated into a stainless steel box with a complete cover, allows a direct connection to the hydro-cleaning truck. (See the PACK MDM notice)
Expand the possibilities of your equipment.
Stainless steel casing for above ground installation, with inlet and outlet flanges and overflow weir on side channel with manual grid.
Covering in mesh or solid sheet metal.
Electrical control panel with resistive level probes
Possibility of integrating a waste screw compactors SERCOMP, SERCOMP+ or ECOCOMP
316 L stainless steel construction on request
The curved screen SERCOURB consists of the following elements:
Its width is defined according to the flow rate, the slot and the draught (water height in front of the grid).
The bending radius of the grid is adapted to the channel depth.