Pristine Water Solutions Inc., Met-Pro Corp.
Pristine Water Solutions Inc. provides proprietary water treatment programs for municipal, industrial and commercial water systems. Technologies include municipal drinking water treatment programs, corrosion and sterilization programs, cleaners, commodity chemicals, polymer applications, and boiler and cooling tower applications. The company’s Aquadene™ products have long been industry standards for reduction of iron and manganese and for maintaining lead and copper levels below national requirements. Pristine also provides products for improving water clarity, and ClO2/Sodium Chloride for water sterilization and odor control.

Address

1570 Lakeside Drive
Waukegan, IL 60085
United States
Toll-free: 800-652-1537
Phone: 847-689-1100
Fax: 847-689-9289

Product Categories

Odor Control, Chemicals; Iron/Manganese Removal Equipment; Potable Water Treatment Products; Wastewater Treatment; Water Treatment

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