Charger Water Treatment Products

Dec. 15, 2014

Who’s Who in Water Treatment, December 2014


Charger Water Treatment Products has been serving the water treatment industry for 30 years, providing a wide range of residential and commercial water treatment products, technical assistance and training solutions from our headquarters in Elgin, IL plus eight regional warehouse locations: Bedford, NH ; Palm City, FL; Bally, PA; Port Richey, FL; Jacksonville, FL; Fort Worth, TX; San Antonio, TX and Reno, NV.


Charger Water is dedicated to delivering a wide range of quality products from leading manufacturers, helping dealers solve the diverse water problems they face every day. Customers are given the technical assistance they need to grow their own business successes. The Charger difference is our people: We are dedicated professionals who maintain the highest standards in our work. We hire, train and maintain a qualified, experienced, and competent staff.

On the market

Our equipment lines include our Pro-H20, IronBreaker and H2OPrep brands using
Clack, GE Autotrol, and Pentair/Fleck control valves to soften and filter water for residential, commercial and industrial applications. We also carry a full line of the nuts-and-bolts products needed daily by the water treatment dealer:
  • Ultrafiltration
  • Nanofiltration
  • Methane reduction
  • RO systems
  • UV systems
  • Mineral tanks
  • Brine tanks
  • Rain catchment
  • Control valves
  • Test kits
  • Fittings
  • Filter cartridges and housings
  • Softening and filter medias, including our own Zeo-Prep filter media that filters and has ion exchange capability.

Some of the technology solutions we offer include the Iron Breaker III. This is a smart solution for eliminating staining and odor caused by iron and sulfur. And, unlike traditional systems, it eliminates iron and sulfur without using harsh chemicals, aerators, venturis or air compressors. Over the years, Charger has taken pride in helping dealers and their customers find solutions to the toughest water treatment problems.

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