Water Treatment Experts

We pride ourselves on our knowledge of water treatment equipment and providing you with the best in the industry.


Water Treatment Controllers

 Controllers - From years of experience in the Water Treatment Industry, Chardon Laboratories knows exactly what controllers to use for the treatment of your cooling tower or steam boiler. Controllers are a necessity in the Water Treatment Industry for a plethora of reasons. The purpose of a controller is to monitor the pH, conductivity, ORP, temperature, flow, and feed timers for your system. The controller really is the eyes and the ears of your water treatment program. They are reliable and can even be monitored remotely.

Chemical Pumps

Chemical Feed Pump

Pumps – Chemical pumps are one of the key components to water treatment. They give the ability to drive inhibitor, biocide, or acid into the system you are treating. The pumps are wired to the controller and are in constant communication to feed chemical into your system when necessary.

Chemical Tanks

Water Treatment Chemical Tank

Chemical Tanks – Chemical tanks house your biocide, inhibitor, or acid in a safe environment until the pump is activated by the controller and it enters your system. The tanks come with a lid for additional safety purposes.

Filter Feeder Vessels

Water Treatment Filter Feeder

Filter Feeder Vessels
The filter feeder vessels are a necessity for introducing chemical into a closed loop system. They also are fitted with filter bags to further clean your system and can be replaced with ease.

Bleed Solenoids

Water Treatment Bleed Solenoid

Solenoids – A bleed solenoid is another important component to a successful water treatment program. The controller communicates with the solenoid to open and close when water needs bled from the system. The bleed solenoid helps to maintain a consistent amount of treatment in the system and steady water chemistry.

Contact Water Meters

Water Treatment Contact Water Meter

Contact Water Meters – Water meters are simple, but crucial to your water treatment program. The water meter monitors the amount of flow into the system and relays this information to the controller. The controller then feeds chemical based on the amount of make-up water coming into the system.