General Ionic's Consumer Water Products Group began in 1947 as a division of Ionic's Incorporated. Ionic's was a global separations technology company involved in membranes, equipment and own and operate services for the purification, disinfection, concentration, treatment and analysis of water, wastewater and ultra-pure water. Ionic's had applications in over 62 different countries. Over a period of more than 50 years, Ionic's built more desalination plants than any other company in the world. In 2005, Ionic's Incorporated was aquired by GE Water and Process Technologies. In 2006, the Ionic's Consumer Products Group was acquired from GE by Puronics Incorporated. Puronics continues to manufacture Ionic's brand products to the same high standards and proprietary specifications that have been followed over the past 50 years. Our products are sold through a world-wide network of independent dealers.
General Ionic's of Oklahoma has been bringing great water home since 1983. Serving the state of Oklahoma, General Ionic's office is located in Edmond. General Ionic's of Oklahoma is one of the largest geographical dealers in the United States. Strictly selling and servicing the only EPA registered bacteriostatic water conditioner for residential and commercial use. It is considered to be the leader in point-of-entry water science. General Ionic's of Oklahoma utilizes the latest technologies to combat water contamination problems that plague the water supplies here in our state. The home use water treatment system incorporates technology developed to purify the water aboard the space shuttle orbiters.
All of General Ionic's Water filtration systems are subject to rigorous testing and certification process by NSF (National Sanitation Foundation), an independent testing laboratory, and ANSI/NSF certification on our stainless steel bacteriostatic equipment. General Ionic's has the only certification of this type, on this type of residential equipment. General Ionic's of Oklahoma is the number one choice of quality for conscious consumers, plumbing professionals, builders, and specifying engineers. Today, General Ionic's of Oklahoma water filtration systems can be found in thousands of residential and commercial installations across the state of Oklahoma.