Debris Roll Screen®

The BHS Debris Roll Screen® is the industry’s flagship disc screen.  This proven, patented technology is the premiere sizing tool for Single Stream, Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste, wood waste, compost, green waste, plastics, glass, tires and other miscellaneous materials.

Patented Disc Design

Patented BHS compound discs are in-line from shaft-to-shaft creating a precise opening for highly accurate material sizing.

  • The unique, patented discs provide excellent material agitation and separation.
  • The compound disc design provides a true sizing effect, far superior to other disc or “star” screens.
  • Patented gear timing paired with variable speed drives allows for fine tuning for varying material conditions.

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