Coarse and Fine Screening, Bar Type

Mechanisms to retain debris contained in flow streams in order to protect equipment or processes located downstream.

Their versatility allows them to be used successfully in waste, storm and potable water applications.

John Meunier CONT-FLO® Type CF Vertical Bar Screen

The concept involves a reciprocal movement of the drive system to generate the raking motion of the single rake arm. The main feature of the screen is to be back clean front discharge. The screen mechanism is assembled prior to shipment within a monobloc type frame. The raking method allows the bars to be free at the top and consequently prevents jamming of solids within the bar spacings. This concept provides for higher capture rates.

Lift Capability

Suitable for shallow to deep channels

Solids Handling Capability

Suitable for medium and light solids loading

Setting Angle: Vertical

Requires minimal floor place

Channel Width

Up to 8 feet/ 2,4 m

Channel Depth

Up to 90 feet / 27 m

Bar Spacings

From ½ inches / 12 mm

John Meunier CONT-FLO® Type ER Multi-Rake Bar Screen

The rake drive mechanism is of the travelling endless chain type. The main feature is the front cleaning of the screen. The multiple rakes laterally attached to heavy duty chains ensures the capability to rapidly remove high volumes of solids. The screen mechanism is assembled prior to shipment within a monobloc type frame.

Lift Capability

Suitable for shallow to very deep channels

Solids Handling Capability

Suitable for medium and high solids loading

Setting Angle: Inclined

75 degrees preferably

Channel Width

Up to 10 feet / 3 m

Channel Depth

35 feet / 11 m; max. recommended

Bar Spacings

From 1/4 inches / 6 mm

John Meunier CONT-FLO® Type SSR Inclined Step Screen

The design of this screen is based on the use of two sets of thin flat bars shaped like a staircase from where the name «Step-Screen» originates. One set is stationary and the other one, driven by a cam system, is mobile. Its oscillatory movement provides back cleaning of the stationary steps. All mechanical components are assembled prior to shipment within a monobloc frame. The installation requires little clearance above the operating floor.

Lift Capability

Suitable for shallow channels

Solids Handling Capability

Suitable for medium and high solids loading

Setting Angle: Inclined

50 degrees preferably

Channel Width

Up to 6 feet / 1.8 m

Channel Depth

7 feet / 2.1 m; max. recommended

Bar Spacings

From 1/8 inches / 3 mm

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