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  1. Function: The screw secures the water intake screens in place, ensuring they remain fixed over the intake openings. It prevents the screens from becoming dislodged or displaced due to water flow or external forces, thereby maintaining effective filtration.
  2. Design: Typically, the screw has a threaded shaft with a head, which may be Phillips, flat, or hexagonal, allowing it to be tightened using a corresponding tool. The length and diameter of the screw are designed to fit precisely into the mounting holes or slots on the water intake screens and the intake structure.
  3. Material: Screws for water intake screens are usually made from corrosion-resistant materials such as stainless steel, brass, or marine-grade alloys. This ensures durability and longevity, even in harsh marine environments or industrial settings where corrosion is a concern.
  4. Installation: Installing the screw involves aligning the water intake screens with the intake openings on the structure, inserting the screws through the mounting holes or slots in the screens, and tightening them securely using the appropriate tool. Care must be taken to ensure proper alignment and tightness to prevent leaks or inadequate filtration.
  5. Compatibility: Screws for water intake screens come in various sizes and thread pitches to accommodate different screen designs and intake structures. It’s essential to select screws that match the specifications of the screens and intake system for proper installation and effective filtration.