As a company we have also applied our experience, skills and knowledge to the task of product innovation and development. Over the last year, with the help of grant funding from a scheme called, Innovation for Growth, one of our design engineers, Matt Hill, has been working on the design and development of Renewables First’s very own GoFlo system.
The Goflo self cleaning screen meets all fisheries and eel regulations and exclude debris down to 2 mm in size. GoFlo incorporates a range of innovative features, including a self-cleaning rotating mesh screen, and an innovative mounting system using a special pivoting-foot and guide rail to allow quick and simple removal and re-installation. The GoFlo self cleaning screen also incorporates a sophisticated control system that is web-enabled for remote operation, programming and diagnostics, as well as range of other features that make GoFlo a unique system, including its ability to be easily scaled up or down to suit a range of applications and uses.
The design is now almost ready to be introduced to the market. With this in mind a team of our engineers recently installed a complete system on one of the hydropower schemes that we have recently installed. Whilst undergoing final testing of GoFlo in-situ, we will continue to look at how we will market and manufacture GoFlo units.
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