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Why use wedge wire screen products in various fields

Wedge wire is a welded steel structure, mainly used for filtration, separation and retention media.

It consists of surface profiles, usually V-shaped or wedge wire, that are resistance welded onto support profiles or suport bar. The distance between the surface profiles is controlled very accurately, as it forms the slot through which the filtrate flows.

In case of V-shaped surface profiles conical slots are created

The wedge wire screen has two filtrations direction

The direction of the flow is determined by the position of the surface profiles in relation to the support profiles.
Wedge wire screens are either flow-out-to-in (FOTI)-or flow-in-to-out (FITO)

Advantages of wedge wire products

Non-clogging: the continuous slot formed by the V-shaped surface wires ensures a two-point contact between the particles and the slot, which minimizes clogging.
High-precision slot sizes: precise slot sizes are available to meet customer´s requirements.
Surface filtration: the V-shaped surface wires allow easy cleaning by mechanical scraping or back flushing.
Low pressure-drop
Strong construction: for most applications, the wedge wire screen is self-supporting, because of the welding at each intersection.

Which industries will use wedge wire products?

Gas and oil industries
Production of fuel and lubricants
Desulphurization
Drying of natural gas
Regeneration of catalysts
Catalytic reactors
Protection of fittings and compressors

Chemical industry
Processing of paint and coating
Processing of chemicals
Processing of polymers
Purification of potassium
Purification of phosphates

Mining
Coal enrichment

Food industry
Extraction
Fluidized beds
Absorption
Adsorption
Sorting
Drying

Paper pulp
Coating
Blending
Dewatering
Refining

Water process
Municipal drinking water treatment
Waste water treatment
Industrial water treatment
Ion exchanger
Desalination of seawater
Irrigation

Mineral and aggregate processing
Exploitation of water
Exploitation of crude oil
Exploitation of natural gas
Recycling