Check out Parkson’s New Aqua Rhino® In-Channel Escalating Screen & Aqua Caiman® In-Channel Articulating Rake Screen!
Aqua Caiman® In-Channel Articulating Rake Screen
The Aqua Caiman® represents the next generation of articulating rake screen. The system’s flexible belt assembly handles large solids with ease and eliminates the need for bottom bearings. Teardrop shaped bars are designed for low headloss. True 100% rake engagement is achieved with the patent pending True-Engage™ bar fastening design. The True-Track™ chain positioner allows for rake engagement adjustment without a hoist. The Aqua Caiman® is designed to fit various applications and is an excellent choice for plants seeking low maintenance screening.
Aqua Rhino® In-Channel Escalating Screen
The Aqua Rhino® represents the next generation escalating screen. Manufactured in the USA, it is the most durable step screen on the market due to a direct drive linkage system that eliminates all chains and sprockets, and lifting blades and frames 50% thicker than leading competitors. Its robust design and advanced drive system provide high performance and durability in a cost-efficient package. A redesigned screen bottom and optional spray bar washout system significantly reduce machine wear due to grit buildup. Designed to fit channel widths from 20-84 inches and flows up to 75MGD.
We are excited to share with you a new improved Aqua Guard screen and brush.
The UltraBrush™ is superior to the standard Aqua Guard® brush:
-Bridges have been added between the 4 rows of bristles
-Bristles are longer for greater penetration into the belt for better debris removal
The bridges double the effective circumference of the shaft making it harder for stringy items to wrap tightly around the core and inhibit small solids from adhering to the brush.
The brush design combined with the 3 times higher rpm (via a new brush drive motor) means the brush stays cleaner longer and is easier to clean and maintain.
Changing the brush has been made easier with the new Aqua Guard® Ultra Clean™. The brush is changed from the side of the machine instead of the rear. No more reaching into the rear of the screen to remove the brush. A video demonstrating the side-mount brush removal can be found by clicking here.
The UltraBrush™ can also be installed on most existing Aqua Guard® MN versions. These models come in a split core design, like the current brush, and are changed from the rear of the machine. Attached are brochures for the Aqua Guard® UltraClean™ Screen as well as an Aqua Guard® Rebuild.
If you are interested in Retrofitting or repairing your current Aqua Guard please contact Debbie Durchholz @
or calling 513/248-3206.
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Parkson Corporation has introduced a newly redesigned Aqua Guard®. The new screen, called Aqua Guard® UltraClean™, showed a capture rate improvement of over 50%. Operators applaud the new features of the screen as being easier to operate and maintain, and requiring less work.
The new system is the result of an extensive research and development effort undertaken on the Aqua Guard®, one of Parkson’s most popular and longest-running product lines. The new features will be included on all new Aqua Guard® UltraClean™ installations and will be available as modifications to existing screen systems, through a relatively simple replacement operation.
In a real-world test, Parkson engineers installed the new equipment on one Aqua Guard® screen, operating alongside a unit using the previous configuration at a working treatment plant. The side-by-side comparison revealed that the new equipment significantly improved capture rate efficiency and was easier to maintain than the original design.
Please contact your HPT sales representative for further details.
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