Clearion dreams, develops and delivers innovative water technologies to consumers through a trusted network of highly trained, certified water treatment dealers.
Clearion Water Technologies is a division of Chandler Systems, Inc., a family of companies with decades of experience bringing new and innovative technologies and products to the water treatment industry. Learn more about our history below, or contact us today to discover how Clearion products can help you solve the water quality issues you’re facing.
On February 29th, 1980, Water Soft, Inc. was founded by brothers Jim and Bill Chandler of Ashland, Ohio.
On March 2, 1988, Water Soft was purchased by Amtrol Inc. Over 30 years prior to the purchase of Water Soft, Amtrol introduced the first pre-pressurized diaphragm expansion tank to the water systems industry. At that time Amtrol was the leading manufacturer of water systems tanks in the world and was looking to enter into water treatment.
In 1993 Bill Chandler founded Chandler Systems Inc., a new venture focusing on the manufacture of electrical control systems for the water & wastewater markets.
On September 1, 1995, Bill Chandler formally began CSI Water Treatment Systems, a division of Chandler Systems Inc. As one of the co-founders of Water Soft Inc., Bill brought his experience and innovation to CSI that built one of the most successful water treatment companies in the industry.
Introduced the HydroxR™ System for treating higher amounts of iron and sulfur contaminates using air and Hydrogen Peroxide feed.
In 2007, the Clearion Water Division was developed to meet the needs of the professional dealer portion of the market not currently covered by CSI's Distribution.
Almost 20 years later, in June of 2008, Bill Chandler acquired the Water Soft division back from Amtrol and moved production back to Ashland.
Clearion Water Treatment announced the release of the Clearion 300 Series and Clearion 360 Series control valves.
CSI introduced the Nitro and Nitro Pro single tank air system for Iron, manganese, and sulfur removal.
Release of the Clearion 2300 Series Alternating Duplex softener.