Buy American: Orthos Products Made in USA

Orthos is headquartered in the Great State of South Carolina and is fully compliant with the Buy American Act and American Iron & Steel requirements enacted by the US Government.  Our co-located warehousing facility stocks and distributes thousands of filter components to promptly respond to our clients’ requirements.

Orthos factories and key manufacturing partners are strategically located in the central part of the US.  Our injection molding facility outside San Antonio, Texas, produces nozzle components our clients utilize in pressure filters and ion exchange vessels.  Orthos also supplies these nozzle components for Phalanx™ packaged gravity filters and Centurion™ monolithic, reinforced concrete filter underdrains.  Have I mentioned recently that Orthos has never once, ever, had a monolithic filter underdrain failure?

Concrete Sleeves & Rebar Installed
Concrete sleeves threaded into GRC panel cast-in bushings
Air Manifold with Lateral System
Air Piping and Manifolds

Speaking of Centurion underdrains, our Dallas Texas facility manufactures Orthos’ Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) panels.  Concrete sleeves are threaded into its cast-in bushings, and concrete is poured on top to create the monolithic slab.

Many of our package filter tanks, air piping and manifolds, and Ortho-Wash™ media retention troughs are produced near Minneapolis, Minnesota.  This central location provides economical transport of these metal fabrications from coast to coast.

 

AIS and Buy American Compliant

Orthos is a proud US manufacturer of nozzle-based water and wastewater filtration systems and products.  If your project has Buy American or American Iron & Steel requirements, contact Orthos today.

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Remember Orthos’ HUGE life cycle cost benefits– At the end of the filter’s life cycle (~25 years), in contrast to a complete plastic block or folded sheet metal underdrain overhaul, nozzles are simply replaced
potentially saving $Millions.

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