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HIGH CAPACITY

SURFACE WATER

INTAKE SCREEN

TECHNICAL DATA .
One of the great advantages of
Johnson intake systems is how
well they can adapt to specific site
requirements. So that we can help
you design the optimum system for
your site, we offer you this design
guide. Fill it out as completely as
possible and mail or fax a copy of
it to us at 651.638.3177. Our
application engineers can then assist
you with a final product design.

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INQUIRY FORM – S U R F A C E WA T E R I N T A K E S C R E E N S

Project Reference ____________________________________________

Name of Water_______________________________________________

Location ______________________________________________________

Type of Debris to be Excluded

Water Source
Reservoir
River
Marine
Water Movement
Current
Tide
Velocity

Water Quality

Capacity (GPM) Max ________ Min ________ Design __________

Number of Screens __________________________________________

Screen Slot Opening Size _________________

Screen Collapse Pressure ____________ Material _____________

Hydroburst ® Air Backwash?


(If yes, length of air line
from screen to accumulator
Time in minutes
Yes

between backwash cycles __________________________________


Fresh
Brackish

Screen Connection: Type _______________ Size ________________

Other considerations:________________________________________

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Salt

No
NOTE: This publication is intended for SINGLE SCREENS
general planning only. The data shown
herein are subject to change which may
affect the final product design. Most
S-12 12 305 14 356 6 150 2.00 610 30 14 1.0 25 9 229
recent change: March, 2001.
S-16 16 406 18 457 8 200 2.67 811 40 18 1.5 40 9 229
S-18 18 457 20 508 10 250 3.00 914 55 25 1.5 40 9 229
S-21 21 533 23 584 12 300 3.50 1067 85 39 1.5 40 9 229
S-24 24 610 26 660 12 300 4.00 1220 110 50 2.0 50 9 229
9" or 3 x NOMINAL
AB PIPE SIZE S-27 27 686 29 737 14 350 4.50 1372 150 68 2.0 50 9 229
SCREEN 30
LENGTH S-30 762 32 813 16 400 5.00 1524 190 86 2.0 50 9 229
S-33 33 838 35 889 18 450 5.50 1676 245 111 3.0 80 11 279
S-36 36 914 38 965 18 450 6.00 1829 340 154 3.0 80 11 279
DIAMETER

S-42 42 1067 48 1219 24 600 7.00 2134 370 168 4.0 100 14 356
S-48 48 1219 55 1397 24 600 8.00 2438 500 227 4.0 100 14 356
S-54 54 1372 62 1575 30 800 9.00 2743 625 284 6.0 150 20 508
S-60 60 1524 68 1727 30 800 10.00 3048 775 352 6.0 150 20 508
S-66 66 1676 76 1930 36 900 11.00 3353 1050 477 –– –– 26 660
OUTLET and AIR BACKWASH S-72 72 1829 82 36 900 12.00 3658 1200 545 –– ––
FLANGE SIZE PIPE 2083 26 660
S-78 78 1981 89 2261 42 1000 13.00 3962 1475 670 –– –– 26 660
S-84 84 2134 96 2438 42 1000 14.00 4267 1700 772 –– –– 26 660

OVERALL LENGTH
SCREEN TEE-SCREENS
DEBRIS
DEFLECTOR LENGTH
DIAMETER

T-12 12 305 39 991 10 250 2.00 610 100 45 1.0 25 10 254


T-16 16 406 51 1295 12 300 2.67 811 135 61 1.5 40 14 356
CL to FLANGE
DISTANCE T-18 18 457 57 1448 14 350 3.00 914 170 77 1.5 40 15 381
OUTLET and T-21 21 533 66 1676 16 400 3.50 1067 290 132 2.0 50 18.5 470
FLANGE SIZE T-24 24 610 75 1905 18 450 4.00 1220 375 2.0 50 20 508
3" AIR BACKWASH PIPE
170
and FLANGE T-27 27 686 84 2134 20 500 4.50 1372 460 209 2.0 50 21.5 546
T-30 30 762 93 2362 24 600 5.00 1524 640 291 3.0 80 26 660
T-33 33 838 102 2591 24 600 5.50 1676 780 354 3.0 80 27.5 699
T-36 36 914 111 2819 30 800 6.00 1829 1050 477 3.0 80 29 737
T-42 42 1067 139 3531 30 800 7.00 2134 1200 545 4.0 100 35 889
DETERMINING THE OPEN AREA
T-48 48 1219 159 4039 36 900 8.00 2438 1600 726 4.0 100 38 965
T-54 54 1372 179 4547 36 900 9.00 2743 2000 908 6.0 150 47 1194
PERCENTAGE OF JOHNSON SCREENS T-60 60 1524 199 5055 42 1000 10.00 3048 2500 1090 6.0 150 50 1270
T-66 66 1676 218 5537 48 1200 11.00 3353 3700 1680 –– –– 59 1499
Screen size is a function of the T-72 72 1829 237 6020 48 1200 12.00 3658 4300 1952 –– –– 62 1575
open area percentage and the water T-78 78 1981 256 6502 54 1400 13.00 3962 5100 2315 –– –– 65 1651
withdrawal rate. These charts will let T-84 84 2134 275 6985 60 1600 14.00 4267 6000 2724 –– –– 75 1905
you find the correct screen quickly
and easily.
The slot opening size of the screen
is determined by site conditions, Intake Screen Open Area (%)
and is the starting point in screen
selection. After finding the slot
opening of your screen on the
horizontal axis, read upward to the
appropriate curve to find the percent
open area of the screen. There are
three different open area curves
because Johnson intake screens can
be made with three different width
wires.
FOR EXAMPLE: Assume 0.100”
slot opening on three different screen
constructions:
• High capacity stainless steel =
62.5% open area
• Standard construction stainless
steel screen = 58% open area
• Heavy duty stainless steel =
43% open area
• Z-Alloy™ available for high capacity.
Call for other requirements
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SIZING A HIGH CAPACITY HIGH CAPACITY INTAKE SCREEN
Screen Sizing Chart-Low Flow
JOHNSON SCREEN INTAKE SYSTEM (200 to 6,000 GPM)
6,000 3,000

After determining the open area 5,600 42 36 2,800


percentage, consult the three screen 5,200 33 2,600
sizing charts. 4,800
30 2,400

Single Screen Flow (GPM)


Tee Screen Flow (GPM)
4,400 2,200
FOR EXAMPLE: You have deter- 4,000 27 2,000
mined from the Open Area Chart
that you need a screen with 58% 3,600 1,800
open area. You also plan for a water 3,200
24 1,600
withdrawal rate of 1,600 gpm. 2,800 1,400
Looking at the chart at the right 2,400 21 1,200
you note that, reading from the left
vertical axis, 1600 GPM through 2,000
18 1,000
58% open area can be satisfied 1,600 800
with an 18-inch diameter Tee Screen. 1,200
16 600
800 400
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Single Screen Flow (GPM)
Tee Screen Flow (GPM)

2,000 1,000
1,600 800 400 200
1,200 18 600 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80%
800 400 Percent Open Area
400 200
30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60%
Percent Open Area
HIGH CAPACITY INTAKE SCREEN
Reading from the right axis, 1600 Screen Sizing Chart – Intermediate Flow
(2,000 to 24,000 GPM)
GPM and 58% open area can also be 24,000 12,000
accommodated by a 27-inch diameter 84 78 72
Single Screen. 22,000 66 11,000

4,400 2,200
20,000 60 10,000

Single Screen Flow (GPM)


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Tee Screen Flow (GPM)

4,000 2,000
18,000 9,000
3,600 1,800 54
Single Screen Flow (GPM)
Tee Screen Flow (GPM)

3,200 1,600
16,000 8,000
2,800 1,400
2,400
2,000
1,200
1,000
14,000 48 7,000

1,600 800
12,000 6,000
1,200 600
800 400
10,000
42 5,000
400 200
55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80%
8,000 36 4,000
The choice of which to use 33
depends on site conditions such as 6,000
30 3,000
water depth, ambient currents, etc. 27
4,000 2,000
30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80%
Percent Open Area

HIGH CAPACITY INTAKE SCREEN


Screen Sizing Chart – High Flow
(10,000 to 50,000 GPM)
50,000 25,000
Consult Johnson
applications engineering
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45,000 for sizing and design 90 22,500
of larger screens.
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Single Screen Flow (GPM)
Tee Screen Flow (GPM)

40,000 20,000
78
35,000 applications engineering 17,500
72
30,000 15,000
66
25,000 12,500
SINGLE-TEE UNIT
60
20,000 10,000
30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80%
Percent Open Area

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JOHNSON INTAKE SCREEN General
SAMPLE SPECIFICATION FORM The intake screen shall be of all-welded continuous slot Vee-Wire® construction
to provide both maximum open area and the strength requirements identified
herein. The inlet slots shall widen inwardly from the screen surface so as to
minimize the chance of debris entrapment in the screen openings. The intake
assembly shall include internal flow modifiers to provide a low head loss uniform
flow field over the entire screen surface. To insure integrity of the intake
assembly, welders certified to ASME Section IX shall perform all welding and
copies of such certification shall be provided upon request. The intake assembly
shall be a JOHNSON SCREEN as manufactured by USF/Johnson Screens or
equal approved prior to bidding by the engineer.
Capacity
The intake assembly capacity shall be ____ gallons per minute at a maximum
through-slot velocity, as a result of water withdrawal, of 0.5 feet per second. The
corresponding average through-slot velocity shall be 90% or more of the
maximum velocity. At this flow rate the pressure drop through the clean screen
surface shall not exceed 0.1 psi. Pressure drop through the entire intake assembly
shall be in the range of 3/4 to 1 foot of water at the rated flow.
Strength
The intake assembly shall be designed to withstand a differential hydrostatic
collapse pressure of ____ psi (______ feet of water). Design stress used for
determining strength of the assembly shall be no more than 90% of the published
yield strength of the material used. Strength calculations verifying compliance
with these criteria shall be provided on request.
Construction
The intake assembly screen surface wire shall be JOHNSON Vee-Wire® Number
____. The surface wire, support beam and stiffener structure shall be an
all-welded matrix designed to provide the specified strength with minimal
interference with the through screen flow pattern. End plates and tee body shall
be a minimum of 0.15” thick. All structural butt welds shall be full penetration;
structural fillet weld size shall be the thickness of the thinner component.
Slot
The screen slot size shall be ____ inches. The open area for this slot opening shall
be ____%. Slot size shall be controlled and continuously monitored during
manufacture. For slot openings of 0.040” through 0.100” the mean slot size
shall be within ±0.002” with a standard deviation no greater than 0.002” through
out the assembly. For slot openings greater than 0.100” the mean slot size shall be
within ±0.003” with a standard deviation no greater than 0.003” throughout the
entire assembly.
Materials and Fittings
The intake screen assembly shall be manufactured of ________ material. The
main outlet flange shall mate with a ___inch flange with a flange pattern equal
to AWWA C-207, Table 1, Class D.
Submittals
Upon request the intake screen manufacturer shall submit:
• Drawing(s) showing screen diameter, screen length, assembly length, interface
dimensions for outlet and air backwash connections, materials of construction,
and assembly weight.
• Welder certifications.
• Evidence of a statistical control program.
• Evidence of experience in having supplied assemblies of similar size which have
been in successful service for at least three years.
• Provide supporting flow distribution data. (Calculation method to be verified
by physical flow distribution tests.)

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TYPICAL HYDROBURST ® SYSTEM Hydroburst systems are used to up a complete system. We can provide
clean the screen on demand or at complete Hydroburst assemblies or pro-
regular automatic intervals using water vide technical assistance in integrating the
displaced by compressed air. These system into your existing facilities.
are some of the components that make
Component Use/Design General Spec
Receiver Tank Stores air for the burst cleaning of the screen. The ASME Rated Tank
tank is sized to deliver an adequate amount of air Horizontal or Vertical Geometries
to the screen in a 2-3 second burst. The design is Complete assemblies tend to be
based on: • The distance to the screen 4 ft. x 8 ft.
• Size of the air line Adequate design normally defined as
• Screen depth 2-3 screen volumes.
• Required initial pressure
Automatic Valves Rapidly open to release air from tank then close at Pneumatically actuated rapid open
correct cut off pressure to allow tank to recharge. butterfly valves connected to the air
piping leading to the screen.
Compressor/Motor Must deliver enough air to re-pressurize the tank A wide variety of options are available but
within the required recharge time. generally are:
Motor 230/460 V, 3 Ph, 60 Hz electric.
Control Panel Indicate status of unit and acts as an actuator NEMA IV enclosure. Can include
control for the air valves. manual/automatic controls.

MAIN
DISCONNECT
BACKWASH READY
LIGHT – GREEN

PRESSURE
GAUGE SYSTEM OFF–ON FAULT LIGHTS

LOW OIL
AUTO CYCLE START
VALVE WITH VALVE 1 OR 2
MANUAL–AUTO COMP RUN ON
ASME
DATA
VALVE FAIL OPEN PLATE
VALVE 1 VALVE 2 VALVE 1 VALVE 2
OPEN VALVE CLOSE VALVE
(PUSH BUTTONS VALVE FAIL CLOSE
LIGHT AT FULL TRAVEL)

Sample Control Panel Typical Hydroburst Assembly

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