Layne Christensen Co.
Layne Christensen Company offers an impressive family of products and services designed to address the unique needs of municipalities, industries and commercial water suppliers and users. Layne’s decades of water technology experience have allowed us to develop and introduce leading edge water treatment products that effectively meet water quality targets and help control treatment costs. Combined with our in-house experience, Layne can offer water producers and users a full range of water management services to keep your system operating efficiently – through support services for your system or turnkey services that we design, install and monitor. Best of all, our water management services are customized for your specific market, application and scale.

Address

1800 Hughes Landing
The Woodlands, TX 77380
United States
Phone: 281-475-2600

Product Categories

Membranes, Microfiltration; Membranes, Reverse Osmosis; Membranes, Ultrafiltration; Membrane Technology

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