The HUBER Rotary Drum Fine Screen/Perforated Plate Screen - ROTAMAT® Ro2/ROTAMAT® RPPS/STAR is a reliable and well-proven inlet screen for municipal sewage treatment plants and industrial wastewater and process water screening.
HUBER Rotary Drum Fine Screen/Perforated Plate Screen - ROTAMAT® Ro2/ROTAMAT® RPPS/STAR
The HUBER Rotary Drum Fine Screen ROTAMAT® Ro2/HUBER Perforated Plate Screen ROTAMAT® RPPS is a sturdy inlet screen with fine screen with wedge wire (Ro2), perforated plate (RPPS) or folded perforated plate (STAR) and an integrated screenings press and screenings washing. The Huber ROTAMAT® Rotary Drum Fine Screen/Perforated Plate Screen operation is based upon a unique system that allows a combination of screening, washing, transport, compaction and dewatering in a single unit.
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- Due to its unique shape and 35° angle installation the screen area is much larger than that of a vertical or steeply inclined screen, which results in a low headloss, high separation efficiency and maximum throughput
- The entire flow enters the screen drum through its open front end and can only leave the drum through its screen area. This prevents plant overflow and guarantees that the screenings are always retained within the screen drum
- The ROTAMAT® Screens perform the functions of screenings removal, transport, washing, dewatering and compaction in a single spacesaving unit. An additional bagging unit guarantees operation of the entire system without odour nuisance
- The machine is completely made of stainless steel and pickled in an acid bath which eliminates corrosion and thus reduces maintenance
- The design of the ROTAMAT® Screens allows for later modification so that the systems can be adapted to changing requirements. The heating and/or integrated screenings washing can be retrofitted. The bar spacing can also be reduced to meet more stringent requirements
- The heating and/or integrated screenings washing can be retrofitted. The bar spacing can also be reduced to meet more stringent requirements
- No lubrication. Regular checking and visual inspection are sufficient