Duperon Corporation

Address

515 N. Washington Avenue
Saginaw, MI 48607
United States
Phone: 800-383-8479
Fax: 989-754-2175

Products + Services

The FlexRake FP bar screen utilizes FlexLink technology to capture and remove all types of debris, from grease and grit to hard hats and sewer plugs. Designed to run through all conditions, the bar screen assures that the wastewater treatment plant is able to function without shutdown or operator intervention, no matter the weather. more
  • The FlexRake FP bar screen utilizes FlexLink technology to capture and remove all types of debris, from grease and grit to hard hats and sewer plugs. Designed to run through all conditions, the bar screen assures that the wastewater treatment plant is able to function without shutdown or operator intervention, no matter the weather. more
  • See the Millennial product line for the first time at WEFTEC 2013, Booth 1709. The Millennial product line provides a path to the future. What must be screened from influent today may not be what it will be tomorrow. Systems engineered to change provide a path to the future. This is where Duperon adaptive technologies shine. more
  • The FlexRake is a simple, energy-efficient way to screen and remove debris and nonbiological solids from the process stream. Proven in more than 750 installations, the technology also eliminates sources of in-channel maintenance, such as sprockets below the waterline, and dramatically reduces the total life-cycle costs for preliminary screening.  more
  • The Perforated Plate Screen (patent pending) employs the hydropression effect to clean its static perforated plate. Hydropression cleaning has been proven to be effective on some of the most stubborn forms of contaminants, including hair, grease, plastics, paper and small particulate matter. Combined with a static perforated plate, ultra-fine screening is accomplished with long-term reliability... more

Product Categories

Screens, Bar

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