Komline-Sanderson
Komline-Sanderson develops, designs and manufactures innovative solutions to wastewater treatment and sludge management problems facing industrial plants and municipal wastewater treatment facilities. Since 1946 Komline-Sanderson has been a leading supplier of equipment and systems for clarification and sludge processing. Ease of operation, rugged construction, proved performance and superior customer service are hallmarks of Komline-Sanderson installations. K-S equipment and technology is being used worldwide for clarifying wastewater to meet discharge regulations, reduce costly surcharges, or to recover valuable products and water for reuse.

Address

12 Holland Avenue
Peapack, NJ 07977
United States
Toll-free: 800-225-5457
Phone: 908-234-1000, ext. 212
Fax: 908-234-9487

Product Categories

Industrial Wastewater Recovery; Industrial Wastewater Recycling/Reuse; Filter Belts/Cloth; Filter Media; Filters, Vacuum; Pilot Studies & Plants; Filters; Clarifier Equipment; Filters, Belt Press; Dewatering Equipment; Dryers; Filters, Diatomaceous Earth; Filters, Gravity; Filters, Pressure; Pumps, Plunger; Flotation Equipment; Water/Wastewater Filters; Pumps, Sludge; Liquid/Solid Separation Equipment; Pumps, Sludge Dewatering; Pumps, Solids Handling; Sludge Dewatering Equipment; Sludge Drying Equipment; Sludge Heating; Separators, Gravity; Wastewater Treatment Equipment, Advanced; Wastewater Treatment Systems; Wastewater Treatment Systems, Packaged; Filtration

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