Apex Engineering Products Corporation
For 70 years, Apex Engineering Products has been formulating and manufacturing safe and biodegradable specialty cleaning chemicals for a diverse range of applications around the world. From our RYDLYME biodegradable descaler to our versatile RYDALL line of wastewater treatment, odor control, degreasing and cleaning products, our products will decrease downtime and increase efficiency. We are a fourth-generation, family-owned company renowned not only for our biodegradable line of products, but also our in-depth and exceptional customer support. With decades of knowledge and experience in a wide array of applications, our knowledgeable technicians will work closely with you to determine the best solution for your cleaning challenges. To further minimize your downtime, virtually all orders are shipped out within 24 hours. Apex Engineering Products also takes great pride in being an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company providing the highest level of product and support to our customers.

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1241 Shoreline Drive
Aurora, IL 60504
United States
Toll-free: 8004516291
Phone: 6308208888
Fax: 6308208886

Product Categories

Chemical, Wastewater Treatment, Other; Chemicals

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