Koch Modular Process Systems, LLC. (KMPS) specializes in the design and supply of modular mass transfer systems. KMPS custom engineers every modular system specifically for each application.

Each of KMPS’ three corporate officers is a degreed chemical engineer with an average of 35+ years of experience in mass transfer process equipment design. Our business is built on the unique problem solving skills of our process engineers. We complement our strength in process design with a project management team experienced in all aspects of detailed design, procurement and modular construction.

KMPS is a joint venture with Koch-Glitsch LP, one of the world’s most prominent suppliers of mass transfer equipment. Koch-Glitsch’s parent company is Koch Industries, one of the largest privately held corporations in the United States.

KMPS maintains its main office in Paramus, New Jersey which is located about 30 minutes from Newark, Liberty Airport outside of New York City. We also have a pilot plant facility in Houston, Texas. KMPS has over 50 employees at these 2 locations.

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What Can We Help You With?

For over 20 years KMPS has successfully designed and constructed mass transfer systems for the worldwide Chemical Processing Industry. Our customer’s rely upon KMPS for our quality products and technical expertise.

KMPS Full Modular Process Technology

Detailed Engineering for your Modular Process System KMPS Modular Process Systems Pilot Testing your project Construction of your KMPS Modular Process System Startup and Training for your KMPS Modular Process System KMPS Detailed Engineering Services for Modular Construction 

Who We Are

Chemical Engineers Other Engineers
Process Mechanical
Project Civil / Structural
Control & Automation Electrical
Business Development Instrumentation
Design Drafting Other Technical
Piping Design Pilot Plant Ops
Vessel Analytical Chemist
Structural Quality Control
Process / P & ID

Worldwide Experience

KMPS has worldwide experience in the design and fabrication of modular systems with customers on six continents.

  • The Americas – United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Trinidad
  • Pacific Rim – China, Korea, Singapore, Australia, Malaysia , Taiwan
  • Western Europe – UK, Italy, Luxembourg, Spain, The Netherlands, Germany, Scotland, Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland
  • Africa – South Africa, Equatorial Guinea
  • Middle East – Saudi Arabia, Israel, Kuwait, Turkey