Puronics, Incorporated is a leading water treatment equipment manufacturer headquartered in Livermore, California.
Puronics water products condition and purify millions of gallons of water per year. Many leading restaurants and hotels rely on Puronics solutions, as do dry cleaners, country clubs and other companies. Individuals use the company's systems, providing high quality water throughout their homes, to provide a variety of aesthetic and economic benefits.
Puronics solutions include technologies such as water conditioning, filtering, micro-filtration, ultra filtration, bacteriostatic carbon filtration, reverse osmosis and ultra violet disinfection. Companies use Puronics solutions for pre-treatment of boilers, hot water heaters, dishwashers, steam-handling equipment as well as other water using appliances. Companies also use Puronics drinking water solutions as a replacement to bottled water.
Our products are sold through a world wide network of full service independent dealers, who specialize in servicing your water treatment needs. Our dealers demonstrate their commitment to customers by going above and beyond to provide the best in customer service.
Puronics got its start as the Ionics Consumer Water Products Group in 1947 as a division of Ionics, Incorporated. Ionics was a global separations technology company involved in membranes, equipment and own and operate services for the purification, disinfection, concentration, treatment and analysis of water, wastewater and ultra-pure water. Ionics had installations in over 62 different countries. Over a period of more than 50 years, Ionics built more desalination plants than any company in the world. In 2005, Ionics, Incorporated was acquired by GE Water and Process Technologies. GE spun out the Ionics Consumer Water Group as a separate, independent company in February, 2006. At that time, the Ionics® brand name was updated to Puronics. Puronics continues to manufacture Ionics and Puronics brand products to the same high standards and proprietary specifications that have been followed over the past 60 years.