S2S Industries
S2S Industries is a Canadian Company specialized in cold forming spirals for municipal, industrial and agricultural applications at competitive price. Our screws can be designed and manufactured to fit every available screw conveyor to replace OEM parts. S2S Industries meets and exceeds all the standards of the industry. We manufacture a complete line of standard spirals and also make custom spirals with special steels and profiles to meet our clients’ highest specifications and tolerances. S2S Industries has developed its own software that allows to design, engineer and manufacture improved spiral profiles and a combination of steel tailored to the specific needs of our clients.

Address

3737 Blvd Lite
Laval, PQ H7E4X8
Canada
Phone: (514) 228-1660
Fax: (514) 315-2363

Product Categories

Screw Conveyors; Conveyors; Dewatering Equipment; Sludge Dewatering Equipment

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