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SRS Energy Harvesting Centrifuges

SRS Energy Harvesting Centrifuge

As one of the largest owner-operators of centrifuges in the US, with a 140 man service organization, SRS Energy produces a variety of centrifuges for harvesting of algal biomass, including stand alone units for harvesting directly from the ponds, or dewatering centrifuges to process effluent from the DAF or membrane system. SRS has various lease and purchase programs to fit client needs.

SRS Energy
7455 Newman Blvd.
P: (734) 426-9015
Dexter, Michigan 48130
Fax: (734) 426-9016

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