Overview

Overview

The MNSS Combined Screen is a robust, reliable screen that captures larger influent materials at the front end of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment processes, protecting and improving the efficiency of downstream treatment systems.

Handling flows of up to 150 l/s, the MNSS Combined Screen is designed for smaller plants and those facilities that require a more cost-effective screening solution—helping engineers, operators and site owners to maintain treatment effectiveness even at remote and budget-constrained sites.

Optimised for reduced maintenance and extended component lifetimes by our M&N team, the inlet works experts, only the MNSS Combined Screen achieves a screenings capture ratio of 53%, the highest of any independently tested 6 mm combined screen, and no other comparable solution delivers a lower TOTEX cost.

Benefits

  • Protect treatment equipment and processes from damage and clogging
  • Maximise treatment performance and free up plant space
  • Durable, robust and reliable—cut screen maintenance
  • Long component lifetimes—save money on TOTEX

Designed for

Coarse particles
Fine particles
Industrial materials
Benefits

Benefits

Protect treatment equipment and processes from damage and clogging

With a screenings capture ratio of 53%—the highest in its class—the MNSS Combined Screen protects the inlet works by effectively capturing and removing solids carried into the plant in influent. 

Removal of these materials at the front of the treatment process protects downstream equipment from abrasion damage. 

Maximise treatment performance and free up plant space

By capturing rag and coarse solids at the head of the treatment plant, the MNSS Combined Screen removes materials that can pass through the plant and clog tanks, reducing operational effectiveness and efficiency

Durable, robust and reliable—cut screen maintenance

As the treatment plant's first line of defence, the M&N team has engineered the MNSS Combined Screen to provide exceptional durability and reliability, and to make the unit quick and easy to service when servicing is required. 

With unrivalled expertise in wastewater treatment equipment servicing, M&N knows how important it is to cut the maintenance requirements of critical systems. 

Long component lifetimes—save money on TOTEX

Reduced maintenance goes hand in hand with increased equipment lifetimes—the low-maintenance MNSS Combined Screen provides long component lifetimes, saving plants money on TOTEX costs.

One key to extended component lifetimes is a patented bottom bearing that prevents the brush from being used as a de facto bearing, ensuring industry-leading brush, auger and basket life.

Reduce manual intervention

The MNSS Combined Screen removes screenings and rag at the very start of the treatment process, preventing the need to unclog pumps, chambers, tanks or filters and reducing operator input drastically - thereby reducing maintenance and minimising employee time on site.

 

Technical information

Technical information

Specifications

  • Channel width: 300 to 700 mm
  • Flow rate (clean water): up to 150 l/s
  • Screenings capacity: up to 0.75 m3/h
  • Dry weight: up to 850 kg

Features

  • Patented bottom bearing ensures industry-leading brush, auger and basket life
  • Available with 3 mm or 6 mm perforated mesh baskets
  • Custom screen lengths available
  • Multiple discharge options: fixed chute, swivel chute, bag 

 

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FAQs

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