Idaho Water District’s New Hydroelectric Project

This project near Twin Falls was installed on a chilly day.

Hydroelectric Project in Idaho

This Irrigation District north of Twin Falls installed a new run of the river hydroelectric facility. In order to protect their new turbines, they installed this Traveling Water Screening System. The majority of debris consists of weeds, tumbleweeds, aquatic plants and urban debris. 

The 5 screens at this location drop debris on a 60’ long conveyor. The conveyor carries the debris to an elevating conveyor which allows the debris to be collected in a large pile, or in a trailer or dumpster for easy removal.

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This project included:

  • Traveling Screen(s)
  • Elevator
  • Pump
  • Trash Container
  • Control Panel
  • Head Loss Level Reader
  • Filter
  • Automatic Flash Filter
  • Conveyor

Photos from the Hydroelectric project

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Our traveling water screen eases debris removal, including weeds, tumbleweeds, aquatic plants and urban debris.

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Watching the conveyor/elevator at work, it’s easy to see the volume of debris removed is substantial.

We design, build and install custom screens for a wide variety of customers.
Our traveling water screen applications are used in many industries worldwide.

Our screens include:

  • Debris removal screens
  • Cooling tower water screens
  • Fish screens
  • Inline canal water screens
  • Vertical traveling water screens
  • Moss removal water screens

Industries we serve include:

  • Agriculture
  • Geothermal
  • Hydroelectric
  • Municipal
  • Nuclear Power Plants
  • Chemical Processing Plants

Contact International Water Screens

Contact

 (661) 746-7959
 iwsrich@sbcglobal.net

11007 Ainswick Drive
Bakersfield, CA 93311

Rich Gargan:
Main Phone: (661) 746-7959
Cell Phone: (661) 979-1815
Fax: (661) 746-7943

Chris Gargan: (661) 979-7206

Joel Irving: (310) 614-4681

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