Legacy of Proven Performance

For more than 25 years, Schwing Bioset Inc. has been helping wastewater treatment plants, mines and power generation customers by engineering material handling solutions. Schwing Bioset’s custom-engineered solutions can be found in hundreds of wastewater treatments plants in North America, as well as mines and tunnels around the world.

History of Innovation

Schwing Bioset, Inc. was founded in 2006 by separating the Material Handling Division of Schwing America into its own company. This company was created to pioneer and develop high performance, remarkable material handling solutions.

In April 2006, Schwing Bioset, Inc. (SBI) moved to a new manufacturing facility in Somerset, WI.Somerset is located in the scenic Saint Croix River Valley along the Minnesota and Wisconsin border and is only one hour away from the Minneapolis/St. Paul International airport. This dynamic region is home to some of the finest summer and winter activities of the region and is an ideal setting for the continued growth of SBI.

The 20,000 square foot factory is home to the engineering and manufacturing of the high quality products Schwing Bioset offers. Schwing's Project Management and Fluid Bed Drying teams remain located in their respective locations of Danbury, CT and Houston, TX.

What We Do

Engineering professionals dedicated to serving the wastewater, mining, and industrial markets with high performance products and engineered solutions. Our solutions are custom engineered for highly specialized applications.

        • Wastewater Treatment Plants
        • Surface & Underground Mines
        • Power Plants
        • Dredging Operations 
        • Refineries
        • Pharmaceutical Facilities
        • Chemical Processing Plants 

The unique needs of each Schwing Bioset Customer are addressed as we design industry proven technology into each application. When the need arises, Schwing professionals can draw upon their multi-industry experience by taking a successful solution from one industry and creatively re-applying it to derive a solution for another.