Water removal on construction sites is often required before excavation can begin. This process is carried out to divert water away from the soil where the building foundation will be placed, keeping the area dry and solid. water well screens are widely used on drainage pipes in construction sites to filter out sand from the water, and improve the water removal efficiency.
1.High Open Area
More than 25% of open area allows water to seep through the dewatering screen at a reduced speed, while allowing for a lower flow resistance. This enhances the water removal rate, resulting in a more efficient water removal process.
Continuous slots widen inwardly from the screen surface to minimize the chance of sand clogging the slot opening.
3.Excellent Pressure Resistance
The wedge wire well screen is welded in a single form with no weld seams on the surface. Precise welding technology gives the screen its strength, making it ideal for high pressure applications.
4.Great Sand Barrier
Precisely machined slots keep sand, silt, and clay from entering the well, preventing abrasion.
Compared to bridge slot screens or cement pipes, the wedge wire well screen is lightweight and easy to lay on the ground. It is also safe and convenient.
The screen is available in galvanized, low-carbon steel, or stainless steel in grades 304 and 306. Premium materials do not retain sand and other impurities, ensuring a non-clogging performance.
Custom Well Screens
Inform us of your specifications for the water well screen, including diameter, slot opening size, length and percentage of open area. Based on that information, we can customize your products.
Main Specs for Water Well Screen
Well screen materials: stainless steel, galvanized low-carbon steel, or custom materials
Slot opening: 0.1mm-15mm
Diameter (inches): 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 29mm-1000mm
Length: 2.9m, 5.8m. The maximum length is up to 6m.
Connection method: beveled, circumferential weld, or threaded connection
Technical Specs of Water Well Screen