Water Intake Screening Solutions from HUBER

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Water Intake Screening Solutions from HUBER

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Plant operators need durable equipment for their water intake challenges. HUBER Technology  in Denver, North Carolina, offers a diverse catalog of water intake screens that are designed for continuous, low-maintenance operation. Ideally suited for water intake operations at power generation plants, HUBER’s lineup includes the DiscMax, TrashMax, TrashLift, and special versions of the popular RakeMax and CenterMax in-channel screens.

HUBER’s integrated development approach as well as the perfect matching of mechanical and electrical components lead to optimal integration of your overall operation. Depending on the requirements, we manufacture the machines in different stainless steel grades. For installations that come into contact with seawater, we incorporate cathodic corrosion protection for an extended life for the stainless steel.

Keeping fish and wildlife in mind, our water intake solutions can also incorporate relevant fish protection concepts. This includes specially shaped filter elements for belt screens with integrated fish recirculation as well as fish monitoring approaches and fish repellent systems. 

In addition to design, manufacturing, installation and commissioning, our service portfolio includes a complete aftermarket department which includes access to spare parts and HUBER-trained factory technicians.

On six continents (and counting), HUBER’s high-quality screening machines have ensured smooth water intake under a variety of environmental conditions and have reliably protected downstream plants from damage caused by dirt and other impurities.

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