KC Cottrell is a leading designer, supplier and installer of large scale industrial air pollution control equipment and its many customers benefit from the company`s know-how acquired from installing over 4,500 plants world-wide. This together with KC Cottrell`s extensive range of technologies, means the company is uniquely qualified to provide air pollution control systems to many different processes. From our technology centers located through the world, the company operates around the globe through a network of associates, partners, agents and licensees. As part of KC Green Holdings group, a major air pollution control company headquartered in Seoul, Korea, KC Cottrell markets its products and services around the globe. Our activities include feasibility studies, the supply of products from individual components to complete turnkey plants, improvement of existing installations, operation and maintenance, training of clients` personnel, services and the supply of spare parts.
KC Cottrell / Lodge Cottrell is one of the world's leading specialists in air pollution control. Its plants are characterized by their low capital costs, high efficiency, minimal maintenance, low running costs and industrial utilization of by-products.
A unique combination of people and technology together with sound business ethics and a focus on product development all contribute to KC Cottrell's capability to offer the most suitable system for any given application. As regulations on emission levels become ever more stringent, KC Cottrell rely on innovative technology together with know-how and vast experience to produce the most cost effective emission control solutions every time. KC Cottrell offers a complete range of gas cleaning equipment and services from a single specific item to complete turnkey installations involving initial design through to plant commissioning and testing followed by a range of plant services.
KC Cottrell provides an efficient spares service for genuine components and parts wherever and whenever you may need them. Spares can be matched against drawings and specifications for more than 4,500 particulate control systems worldwide.