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What We Do
Fresh air and water are basic needs for everyone on planet Earth. That’s why our businesses specialize in process and pollution control equipment that help industrial facilities to operate responsibly.
As a child, Manny experienced the global water crisis firsthand. Today, he’s helping to solve it one city at a time with Koch Separation Solutions.
We help manufacturers worldwide stay ahead of the constant changes in environmental standards.
Click on a business to explore its unique specialty.
Mass transfer and mist elimination equipment for refineries and chemical plants worldwide.
Precision membrane technologies for purifying the world’s water supply.
Full-service support and technologies for the natural gas and gas processing industries.
A single source for emissions control: ultra-low emission burners, vapor recovery systems and custom combustion solutions.
Acid-proof products made from state-of-the-art ceramics and plastics.
Thermal and mechanical engineering expertise and solutions for heat transfer processes.
A world leader for providing tower, vessel and mass transfer equipment services.
Tailored strategies, from project conception to completion, for industrial capital deployment and optimization.
A portfolio of digital solutions that enable more efficient, optimized performance.
Motors and mechanical innovations that change how robots and machines are built and move.
The OnPoint portfolio of digital solutions delivers to industry the deep, data-driven insights required to operate more efficiently and optimize performance.
From pollution prevention to advanced filtration, we’re focused on providing customers with high-value products and solutions – while using fewer resources. See the most recent ways we’re doing just that.
From 3D-printing PPE to creating rapid COVID-19 test kits and key ventilator components, employees across Koch Industries have stepped up in response to this pandemic.
OnPoint leverages Koch Industries’ unique engineering capabilities and expertise in combination with digital technology.
At Koch company John Zink Hamworthy Combustion, 3D printers are being repurposed to create face shields for frontline healthcare workers