Large Wedge Wire Screen Tubes for Salad Vegetable Farming

Time: Nov 15,2023 Scene: Salad Vegetables Farm Region: Mexico

We are delighted to provide a customized product solution for our Mexican client, integrating large Wedge Wire Screen Tubes into their salad vegetable farm. This initiative is aimed at boosting the farm's irrigation efficiency and the quality of its water sources, thereby supporting the production of high-quality salad vegetables.

Basic Information and Specification
  • Company: Salad vegetables farm
  • Country: Mexico
  • Products name: Wedge wire screen tube
  • Material: SS304
  • Screen outside diameter: 280 mm
  • Wedge wire: 1.5 x 2.5 mm
  • Support rod: 2 x 3 mm
  • Slot size: 0.55 mm
Finished Products Photo & Packing

Large wedge wire screen tube

Surface detail display

Inner details

0.55 mm slot

1200 mm length

O.D. 280 mm


e cater to customizing wedge wire screen tubes of various sizes according to the specific application scenarios of our clients. From components within vessels and filter elements to derivative products like water well screen tubes and anti-sand oil tubes, we can provide it all.

  • Irrigation Systems: Wedge Wire Screen tubes can be used in irrigation systems to prevent particles in the irrigation water from entering the pipelines, thus protecting the irrigation equipment and maintaining the normal operation of the irrigation system.
  • Water Well Screen Tubes: For vegetable farms that rely on groundwater for irrigation, Wedge Wire Screen tubes can be installed in water wells to prevent sand and other particles from entering the irrigation water, ensuring the quality of the irrigation water.
  • Water Treatment: When treating wastewater generated by the farm, Wedge Wire Screen tubes can be used for solid-liquid separation, helping to remove suspended solids and particles from the wastewater to ensure that the discharged water quality meets environmental protection standards.
  • Water Source Filtration: Wedge Wire Screen tubes can be used to filter water extracted from sources like rivers or lakes to ensure that irrigation water is free from excessive impurities, contributing to the health of the soil and the growth of vegetables.