Filtration Solutions for Irrigation Systems

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What We Do

Clogging of sprinkler systems, irrigation tubes, gated pipes and drips, are common problems found in irrigation systems that can lead to costly consequences and significant production loss. With over 48 years of industry experience, we build and distribute water filtration solutions for irrigation systems, in a range of different sizes and capacities.

Increased Efficiency

Water runoff and evaporation is minimized, allowing water to flow through quickly and consistently at all times.

Clean Water

Our filters remove particles and debris down to 1/8 inch as water enters, ensuring the downstream flow is clean and trash free.

Less Maintenance

Prevent significant cost and production loss by removing debris before buildup becomes a problem.

Water Filtration Systems

We currently offer six standard models of filtration systems. Three models are self-propelled by the running water, while the other three are electrically powered, obviously requiring a source of electricity within proximity of the machine placement to allow constant power. We also offer several different custom models that vary in width and length depending on your specifications. These custom models can either be built for flat, horizontal application, or for vertical use, most commonly installed at a head gate.

If you have questions about which of our products best fits your needs, please give us a call or send us a direct message.If you are interested in our custom models, please contact us using the button below.

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What Our Clients Say

“We have been using Hydroscreen trash catchers for many years now and I can’t imagine irrigating without them. They also work great as a pre-cleaner for our drip irrigation systems, saving us a lot of time and hassle. I look forward to installing more Hydroscreen units in the future!”
Lynn Fagerberg
Fagerberg Produce
"I have been using Hydroscreens for the past 25 years. I run a total of five units to remove the excess trash that we have in our river and reservoir water. I flood irrigate with siphon tubes so without the Hydroscreen this wouldn’t be possible. I would have to hire at least two additional employees, just to keep checking clogged siphon tubes. Hydroscreens are a plus to my operation."
Ed Croisant
Eaton, Colorado