Chlorinators Incorporated
Chlorinators Incorporated manufactures devices for the safe, economical and reliable use of chlorine gas. Used world-wide for municipal water treatment and wastewater treatment, the REGAL chlorinators, sulphonators and ammoniators have a wide range of industrial, commercial and agricultural applications. Because of our quality products and famous support, REGAL is the foremost manufacturer of water treatment equipment in the world. Made in the USA, REGAL’s Gas Chlorinator leads the industry in green technology. The REGAL “Green Machine” uses 100% chlorine which is a natural element and lowers energy costs and chemical costs


1044 SE Dixie Cutoff Road
Stuart, FL 34994
United States
Toll-free: 800-327-9761 (
Phone: 772-288-4854
Fax: 772-287-3238

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Chlorinators; Chlorine Leak Detectors; Chlorine, Gas Chlorination; Instrumentation, Chlorine Residual; Water Treatment Systems

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