Komline-Sanderson

Komline-Sanderson's pumping, thickening, dewatering and drying technologies are used to help treatment plants reduce their biosolids disposal costs.

Thickening greatly reduces the sludge volume for land application or improved digester performance. Belt press dewatering meets landfill disposal requirements for cake solids.  Biosolids (sludge) drying allows for disposal cost reduction and for the beneficial reuse of biosolids as soil amendments (fertilizers) and fuel (green fuel).

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Sales Reps

Glenn Hummel, P.E.
Sales Engineer



Service Rep:

Dave Burkel
Field Service Manager

Applications & Products

  • Class A Biosolids
  • Sludge Thickening

Featured Products

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K-S BIOSOLIDS DRYER SYSTEM

The Komline-Sanderson Biosolids Drying System uses indirect drying technology to convert municipal and industrial biological sludge into a sterile, free flowing granular product. The dried biosolids can be beneficially reused as a slow release nitrogen fertilizer, soil amendment additive or as a green fuel in a boiler and cement kiln. The K-S Biosolids Drying System produces an EPA classified Class A Biosolids.

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KOMPRESS® SERIES III BELT FILTER PRESS

The Komline-Sanderson Kompress Belt Filter is a broadly applicable product for dewatering municipal Biosolids and industrial sludges.


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