Mechanical Equipment 2 With a properly designed screen, equipment can be well hidden in the winter months. An appropriately designed screen hides roof top mechanical units from the view of the parking lot and the public right of way. Mechanical equipment or other utility hardware on roofs, ground, or buildings shall be screened from public
downstream equipment, piping, and appurtenances. Some modern wastewater treatment plants use both coarse screens and fine screens. Figure 1 depicts a typical bar screen . Coarse Screens Coarse screens remove large solids, rags, and debris from wastewater, and typically have openings of 6 mm or larger.
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Once these sections are mounted, the screen appears as a continuous line of louvered equipment screen. Care should be taken to provide enough structural support for desired wind load ratings. The roof screen sections are designed to handle approximately 100 mph winds with minimal deflection.
Aluminum louvers with 80% and 100% visual screening. Perfect for equipment and trash enclosures, roof top screening and parking garages. Aluminum Picket Fence System Ametco39;s aluminum fencing is manufactured in Willoughby, Ohio. Many styles and colors to fit all needs. Aluminum Perforated Fence
Equipment Screen is an inverted louver blade vision barrier. Louver blades run horizontal with intermediate vertical supports for attachment to structural framing. High free areas and low air resistance are key features of this exceptional louver screen. Features: Made to order in sizes 12quot; wide x 12quot; high up to un size