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I'm looking for feeback on HUBER’s RakeMax bar screens and how they handle pebbles and small stones.
If your operation has had to deal with this kind of thing, could you give me some info: fine or coarse gravel, mesh screen, screen height and whether the bar screens are installed upstream of a stormwater basin?
Thanks in advance for your feedback.
I don't have Huber, but I have used other bar screen equipment.
I am extremely happy with the technology, expensive to purchase but very reliable product with good commercial customer service.
On one of my sites I also installed 2 step screens and a screw compactor.
I'm familiar with the Huber line. It's expensive, but it's really the Rolls Royce of screening equipment.
The problem I am dealing with specifically is pebbles and cobblestones in the wastewater network upstream of a treatment plant.
Step screen all origins out of Swedish engineering, we have continued the development of fine screens and screenings handling equipment.
We have the history the know how and the equipment check www.hydriawater.se for more information or pm me.
Look forward to hear from you soon =)