National Screen Evaluation Facility, Inlet Screen Evaluation Comparative Report (1999-2011)
ISBN: 1 84057 616 2
The report details the results of process performance tests performed on forty five inlet screens (ten Bandscreens, eight Finescreens, eighteen Combined Screens, six Slotscreens and three Stepscreens) at the National Screens Evaluation Facility, Chester-Le-Street STW, between March 1999 and September 2011.
The testing establishes the effectiveness of each screen tested in terms of screenings removal (expressed as Screenings Capture Ratio - SCR) and also identifies screen hydraulic performance by establishing a head loss versus flow trend for each unit tested.
The report also offers a comparison of the various generic types of screens available to the industry.
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