Ashbrook Simon-Hartley
Ashbrook Simon-Hartley the prime supplier of Optimized Process Results™ offering advanced liquids/solids separation featuring the Klampress, Winkelpress and Aquabelt. Wastewater treatment technologies from Field Erected Treatment Plants in a circular arrangement, any process configuration including batch or continuous flow, also available are rectangular package plants We can also design your full size WWTP with the latest technology available today, including Tertiary filtration featuring Strata Sand and ISO Disc, Disc Filter both are Title 22 approved. SBR’s, Class A biosolids pasteurization, membrane technologies including IMAS also Title 22 approved, Belt Presses, Centrifuges and flow control technologies. Aftermarket Services including retrofit and rebuild services for all make and models of Belt Filter Presses,Gravity Belt Thickeners and Centrifuges. Parts and Maintenance Contracts available for all makes and models.

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11600 E. Hardy
Houston, TX 77093
United States
Toll-free: 800-362-9041
Phone: 281-449-0322
Fax: (281) 449-1324

Product Categories

Centrifuges; Dewatering Equipment; Sluice Gates; Sludge Dewatering Equipment; Sludge Dewatering Services

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