Sector: Water Filtration

Market Overview: Compared to other developed nations, public water utilities in the United States deliver the cleanest water.  However, the Environmental Protection Agency recently revealed that more than 5,300 water systems in America are in violation of the EPA’s lead and copper rule indicating that more still needs to be done to improve the nation’s water supply, especially for those who are served by aging infrastructure.

These growing concerns about water quality, both domestically and globally, have led to an increased demand for water filtration systems around the world.  Additionally, more awareness about the negative impacts of bottled water is slowing sales in that market while boosting it for water purifiers. According to the 2015 Research and Markets report United States Water Purifier Market Forecast & Opportunities Report 2015-2020, the water purifier market in the United States is expected to see a moderate compound annual growth rate of around 6 percent. 

Despite the global nature of water filtration manufacturing, the database captures numerous  water filtration companies from the United States and Canada.  It covers eight types of water technologies and systems including pitcher filtration, faucet mounted/countertop filtration, under sink/in-line filtration, reverse osmosis, whole house filtration, distillation, ultraviolet and commercial units. 

In recent years, the Midwest has seen the highest demand for water purifiers in the United States followed by the Western states with faucet mounted, carbon based filters witnessing the largest growth. Consumers also have a preference for under sink purifiers, but growing water quality concerns have created an increase in the use of reverse osmosis systems, which can eliminate more chemicals and other impurities.

In terms of manufacturing footprint, the United States seems to be more prevalent in the custom manufacturing of whole house filtration systems and commercial assemblies and less involved in creation of smaller systems and filters. The reason may be that like the HVAC and appliance markets, it is more cost effective to build larger systems domestically. 

Globally, the water purifier industry is fragmented with regional companies manufacturing products that are consumed close to the production site. The market growth of water purifiers in these regions is supported by growing domestic production, a lack of imports and an increased awareness about water related health concerns.

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Company Location
Hanish Water Waukesha, Wisconsin
Hankscraft Runxin Reedsburg, Wisconsin
Haws Corporation Sparks, Nevada
Hellenbrand Inc. Waunakee, Wisconsin
Homeland Water Filters Land O' Lakes, Florida
HQ Hometek Oceanside, New York
Hydro-Photon Inc. Blue Hill, Maine
Hydrologic Purification Systems Santa Cruz, California
Hydronix Water Technology Ontario, California
iSpring Water Systems LLC Alpharetta, Georgia
Kinetico Inc. Newbury, Ohio
Kohler Company Kohler, Wisconsin
Lake Industries Henderson, Nevada
Lakota Scientific Inc. St. Paul, Minnesota
Lancaster Water Treatment Lancaster, Pennsylvania
LeverEdge The Odessa, Florida
Lifesource Water Systems Pasadena, California
Marlo Inc. Racine, Wisconsin
Master Water Conditioning Inc. Pottstown, Pennsylvania
Matterhorn Filter Corporation Gardena, California
Moen New Bern, North Carolina
Moen North Olmstead, Ohio
Moen Sanford, North Carolina
Moen Pine Grove, Pennsylvania
Monument Water Systems Newbury, Ohio
Multipure Las Vegas, Nevada
Nelsen Corporation Norton, Ohio
Nelsen Corporation Schertz, Texas
Nelsen Corporation Tolleson, Arizona
Nelsen Corporation Tampa, Florida
NeoLogic Solutions Greenville, South Carolina
New Wave Enviro Greenwood Village, Colorado
Nimbus Water Temecula, California
Nuvia Water Technologies Inc. Corona, California
Omnipure Filter Company Inc. Caldwell, Idaho
Pall Corporation Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Pall Corporation Timonium, Maryland
Pall Corporation Cortland, New York
Pall Corporation Cortland, New York
Pall Corporation Port Washington, New York
Pentair Filtration Inc. Chardon, Ohio
Pentair Residential Filtration LLC Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Pentair Residential Filtration LLC Brookfield, Wisconsin
Pentair Residential Filtration LLC Winamac, Indiana
Pentair Residential Filtration LLC Dover, New Hampshire
Perfect Water Technologies Inc. Scottsdale, Arizona
Performance Water Products Inc. Buena Park, California
Pionetics Corporation San Carlos, California
Premier Peoria, Arizona
Procam Controls Inc. Plano, Texas