September 2nd 2020
JACOPA WINS MAJOR HI-FLOW REFURBISHMENT CONTRACT
Wastewater treatment systems and solutions experts Jacopa have won a key contract to refurbish a number of its renowned Jones & Attwood Hi-Flow fine screens at a wastewater treatment works in the UK.
The company will also provide Hi-Flow screen training for operators, either onsite or at the company’s unique specialist workshop, during the refurbishment.
The work will entail removing the cleaned screens from site using a crane, transporting them to Jacopa’s workshop, fully stripping them down and thoroughly inspection. At this point, Jacopa’s expert engineers will advise the client if any additional work is required to bring any screen back to an optimum operating condition, after which the screen will be refurbished, returned to site, tested and commissioned by its expert and dedicated technicians.
The refurbishments will be undertaken on a “like for like” basis for replacement of parts, compliant with the original specifications – as the Hi-Flow OEM manufacturer, Jacopa is perfectly placed to provide the best possible service. Where parts have been superseded by modern equivalents, the company will provide updates for operation and maintenance manuals.
Jacopa will replace key parts such as connecting links and rods, perforated panels, and the rotating brush assembly, as well as a new main head shaft and a complete set of screen lifters.
Jacopa Managing Director Alex Lloyd said: “We’re delighted to be given the opportunity to return these iconic Jones & Attwood screens back to full working order. As the OEM, we have a better understanding of the process equipment than most M&E maintenance companies, and we work closely with our customers to ensure that their assets provide the best possible service. The Hi-Flow screen is renowned for its reliable solids removal performance, and the refurbishment will enable it to provide many more years of excellent service.”
Julian Wilson – DBA Corporate Communications
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