… and just like that, this 10 tonne Fish Exclusion Screen and Retrieval System Assembly, is wrapped, packed and shipped for export… Fish Exclusion Screens for RDR
It’s great to see the many benefits derived from the implementation of AWMA’s sustainable water control infrastructure.
JUNE 19 2020 – 8:00PM Irrigators warm to new fish saving screens thanks to cost-saving benefits Daniel Shirkie Local News Over 30 farms are set to benefit from the installation of brand new, innovative fish screens that will cover irrigation pipelines up and down the Murray Darling Basin. The farming co-operative, representing 33 members in […]
The last of a large order for ‘AWMA Submersible Intake Screen Pontoons’ is awaiting pickup. These are typically connected to River Intake Systems. As pictured they come in two sizes, as standard. The submersible pontoon system facilitates the raising and lowering of the screen, to and from the river bed, for ease of inspection. The […]
Last week AWMA conducted a staff training session on our fish friendly, self-cleaning Intake Screens. Pictured are two different sized Intake Screens mounted on Submersible Pontoons for ease of installation and maintenance. The Cylindrical Screens feature internal and external brush systems that keep the wedge wire screen surface clear of debris for uninterrupted flows. For […]