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New Type Wedge Wire Water Distributor

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Update time : 2021-01-11 17:10:37
Water Distributor is to arrange the water volume according to a certain rule in a certain working area. The most common is to distribute water evenly on the working surface. The device that accomplishes this task is called a water distributor. 
The material is a wedge wire screen and stainless steel.

Water distributors are most commonly used in various water treatments, such as aquariums, parks, and agricultural irrigation.
Our new water distributor is a newly developed form with uniform water distribution, meticulous filtration, not easy to be clogged, and can be customized according to customer needs. The following are some product pictures.

Of course, if you have any questions, you can contact us at any time or leave us a message directly, we will reply to you as soon as possible.

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