Huber Technology Inc.
Huber Technology is a leading expert in liquid/solid separation technologies, offering a comprehensive line of screening, grit and sludge handling processes. Huber serves the municipal and industrial wastewater treatment market with precision fabricated stainless steel equipment that is sought after by those in the municipal and industrial wastewater treatment sector. Located in Huntersville, N.C., Huber Technology Inc. is a member of the Huber Group as the wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Huber SE, based in Bavaria, Germany. Huber SE, the holder of multiple patents, is the inventor and original manufacturer for the renowned Rotamat and STEPSCREEN products. Huber's experience and expertise is proven in over 25,000 installations worldwide. Huber's 175 years of commitment to high-quality technology supports its focus on developing innovative solutions to lead the way in resource recovery.


9735 NorthCross Center Court
Suite A
Huntersville, NC 28078
United States
Phone: 704.949.1010
Fax: 704.949.1020

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Faced with aging infrastructure Daphne Utilities needed technology that would help them fulfill biosolids goals. Crucial to meeting this goal was selecting a reliable dewatering process. Click here to see what Daphne has to say about the Huber RoS3Q Screwpress. more
  • Faced with aging infrastructure Daphne Utilities needed technology that would help them fulfill biosolids goals. Crucial to meeting this goal was selecting a reliable dewatering process. Click here to see what Daphne has to say about the Huber RoS3Q Screwpress. more
  • The design of the Rotamat RPPS Star utilizes 1- or 2-mm patented pleated perforated plate geometry. This increases throughput by 25%, allowing for a smaller footprint, which results in a reduced capital expenditure for the screen and structure. The fold provides additional stiffness that is critical to larger drum designs. more
  • The Huber Service Edge is a customer service offering that includes equipment startup, field repair services, preventive maintenance contracts and specialized installation assistance. The company maintains a full-service repair and manufacturing facility at its headquarters, along with a parts warehouse. more
  • Prior to implementing the Huber belt dryer BT, the Mooresville plant endured a $449,000 budget for yearly sludge handling; this included haul-off costs as well as tipping and hazard fees at the landfill. With the introduction of the Class A end product, the Mooresville facility has eliminated any issues or surcharges associated with disposing of their sludge. The process produces a desirable and... more
  • Problems with debris found within a wastewater treatment plant can often be traced back to inadequate capture of screenings at the plant’s head works. The EscaMax perforated plate screen provides protection of downstream components through the use of perforated plate screening elements. As a result, dramatic reductions in maintenance due to debris entanglement on components such as pumps and... more
  • The key to the RakeMax-HF bar screen is the extremely small inclination of the bar rack. The screen section through which the flow passes is almost double the flow profile of a standard RakeMax screen. The HF series provides a solution to the retrofit of head works that face hydraulic restriction or smaller bar spacing requirements. more
  • Based on its recent analysis of the solid/liquid separation technology market, Frost & Sullivan has recognized Huber Technology with the 2013 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Service Leadership. Its focus on factors such as service quality, timeliness of service, impact on overall customer value and mitigating costs showcases Huber Technology’s pursuit of customer... more


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Slimming Down, Shaping Up

The Oostburg Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Oostburg, Wis., found the Huber’s Rotamat RoK4 vertical fine screen when seeking out a new head works screening... more

What Screens in Vegas…

The City of North Las Vegas’s field facility is a membrane bioreactor (MBR) plant that was brand new when Huber’s rotary fine screens were implemented as part of its... more

Separated Out

In 2000, the Spanish Fork (Utah) Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) was looking for screening technology that would upgrade its present bar screen and rake system. Too... more

True Grit

The City of Havre Wastewater Treatment Plant in Havre, Mont., was in search of a solution that would improve its screening process and specifically prevent sand and rags... more

Screening Considerations—A Guide to Selection

It can be argued that the head works might be the most critical place in a wastewater treatment plant; what happens there greatly influences the downstream process. This... more

Inline Sludge Screens: Municipal and Industrial Applications

Even where fine screens are installed in the headworks of wastewater treatment plants, some debris will always end up in the sludge. Plastic parts and fibrous materials... more

W&WD Presents WWEMA/W&WD Scholarship at WWEMA Annual Meeting

Every year, W&WD supports future water and wastewater professionals through the WWEMA/W&WD Scholarship by awarding $1,000 to a student seeking a career in a... more

California City Selects Sludge Treatment Equipment

The city of Riverside, Calif., recently selected Huber Technology Inc. to provide sludge dewatering and membrane bioreactor (MBR) protection equipment for a series of... more

Huber Technology Receives Customer Service Award

Based on its recent analysis of the solid/liquid separation technology market, Frost & Sullivan has recognized Huber Technology Inc. with the 2013 North American... more

Wisconsin Plant Achieves Net-Zero Energy

Huber Technology, a manufacturer of wastewater treatment solutions for municipal, industrial and institutional markets, has been selected to provide its BT medium... more

Product Categories

Decentralized Wastewater; Industrial Wastewater Recycling/Reuse; Membrane Pretreatment Systems; Storm Water Management Products; Storm Water Treatment Systems; Degritters; Grit Removal Equipment; Headworks; Headworks System; Packaged Treatment Plants, Wastewater; Screens; Screens, Bar; Screens, Rotary; Screens, Traveling; Screens, Water/Wastewater; Wastewater; Wastewater Treatment; Wastewater Treatment Equipment, Advanced; Wastewater Treatment Systems; Wastewater Treatment Systems, Packaged; Industrial

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