Robert B. Hill Co.
The Robert B. Hill Co. designs and manufactures industrial water treatment systems and equipment such as water softeners, filtration, reverse osmosis, deionization (DI), dealkalizers, arsenic removal systems, radium removal systems, uranium removal systems, fracking water treatment, and many other types of equipment. For our ion exchange systems we use Dow, Rohm & Haas, and Purolite resins. We serve many markets including refineries, power and steam generation, food processing, chemical processing, industrial manufacturing, medical, laundry facilities, pharmaceuticals, government, municipal, agriculture, mining, metal plating, resorts, institutional, and potable water facilities.

Address

7101 Oxford Street
Minneapolis, MN 55426
United States
Phone: 9529251444
Fax: 9529251471

Product Categories

Ion-Exchange Equipment; Iron/Manganese Removal Equipment; Resins, Ion-Exchange; Water Softening Equipment; Water Treatment Systems

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