12418 N.E. 124th St.
Kirkland, Washington, 98034, US
Well screens (filtering devices) are attached to the bottom of the casing, allowing water to move through the well, while keeping out most gravel and sand. The most popular filtering devices for water wells are continuous slot (wire-wrapped) screens and perforated liners. Continuous slot screens are usually made of wire wrapped around a series of vertical rods. Perforated liners feature slots or holes cut or drilled into steel or plastic casing at set distance. Pipeless well screen designed for effective downhole sand control with minimum pressure drop. It provides maximum inlet area and has more open area per foot of screen length than any other all welded screen design. The screens high collapse and tensile strength coupled with a competitive cost structure make it a superior alternative to slotted casing. It is versatile and adapts to many types of applications. The screens are custom built using different combinations of support rods and V-shaped profile wire to meet specific well conditions.