Wedge Wire Screens

  

Wedge Wire ScreensWedge Wire Screens

Wedge Wire Screens

We design, manufacture and market a wide variety of wedge wire screens for industrial applications. The basic constructions are cylindrical screens (tubes) made of metal (usually stainless steel) or plastic and welded or looped panels made of metal (usually stainless steel). The screens are used for various applications including flow distribution and carbon retention. They are often used with our other products like underdrains and intake screens. Please contact us to discuss your specific interests or requirements.Get more news about Wedge Wire Screen,you can vist our website!

Wedge wire screens are manufactured by resistance welding V-shaped wire on support rods. Our wedge wire screen begins with the highest quality raw wire then is made into screen that is cut, shaped, fabricated and cleaned.

Wedge wire can be ordered as raw screen material or fabricated to a finished product to suit your application requirements. The pin point control over the specifications of the slot is what allows Federal Screen to provide its customers with highly accurate flow distribution and effective media, debris and sediment filtration. Support Rods running perpendicular to the wrap wire strengthen and maintain the proper design configuration of the screen allowing it to handle intense pressure demands.
Our Wedge Wire Screen is designed to control various processing conditions including volumetric flow rate, minimum dimensional media retention, minimum open area and fluid pressure capabilities. Federal Screen is able to professionally work a large variety of stainless steels and alloys into both standard or customizable screen applications and accessory products.

The fabricated and welded construction makes for durable quality vessel internals and media retention products. Wire mesh and perforated pipe may be less expensive initially, but wedge wire screens offer easier installation and long-term operating and cost benefits. Any process or vessel requirements can be accommodated, such as vertical or horizontal vessels.

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