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Inlet Works Screens

18-02-2021 10:11 AM
 
dtynan@singleton.nsw.gov.au
by dtynan@singleton.nsw.gov.au
Joined 21-03-2018 08:40 AM
Posts 3
Singleton Council are currently planning the replacement of our STP Inlet Works, and looking at either Band Screens or Step Screens.
Does anyone have any experience with these screens, particularly in regards to operation (ease of operation, safety, breakdown regularity and ease of maintenance)
Any helkp is great.

Thanks

Re: Inlet Works Screens

18-02-2021 01:07 PM
 
adam.turville@midcoastwater.com.au
by adam.turville@midcoastwater.com.au
Joined 25-11-2013 04:25 PM
Posts 3
Hi dtynan
MidCoast Council has recently replaced step screens with a band screen at one of our larger STPs and spiral screens at two of our smaller STPs.
Happy to share our lessons learnt if you want to shoot me an email Adam.turville@midcoast.nsw.gov.au
Regards
Adam Turville
Asset Planning Coordinator
MidCoast Council

Re: Inlet Works Screens

08-03-2021 08:26 AM
 
blogan@vtown.com.au
by blogan@vtown.com.au
Joined 05-03-2021 04:24 PM
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Tamworth Regaionl Council installed band screens in around 2010 at our Westdale WWTP. They have performed well and don’t have intensive routine maintenance requirements. We have had to replace components over the years as part of reactive maintenance but nothing more than would be expected. As long as routine inspections/maintenance tasks are performed regularly (ie wash sprays working correctly, debris and minor damages identified early) then it prevents more significant problems occurring. They aren’t ‘set and forget’ but overall haven’t caused us too many problems
Thanks
Bruce Logan
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