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Purologix Water Services is a full service water treatment company. Our technologies include water softening, filtration, reverse osmosis (RO), deionization (DI), ozone (O3), UV sterilization, Chlorine dioxide disinfection (ClO2), and other specialized water treatment technologies. We serve a variety of markets including residential, commercial, medical, dental, research, laboratory, and industrial water treatment. We provide residential treatment and service, purified RO drinking water for home or office, bottleless water coolers to replace 5-gallon bottled water, deionized and distilled water (DI) for laboratory, dental, and research, advanced disinfection for hospitals, laboratories and critical cooling, as well as commercial ice makers, and filtration. Our focus is developing the optimal process for each unique application. Our systems deliver quality, performance, and long term value to our customers, and we offer full service rental, and purchase options.


Based in Holly Springs, Purologix covers all metropolitan areas in Central and Eastern North Carolina such as Raleigh, Durham, Garner, Knightdale, Chapel Hill, Greensboro, Burlington, Lexington, High Point, Winston-Salem, Rocky Mount, Goldsboro, Greenville, Wilmington, Fayetteville, and the North Carolina Coast. Whether you need to replace your 5-gallon bottled water cooler with a Point-of-Use Bottleless Water Cooler or Purification system, make high purity deionized (DI) water for research, or fix problem well water at your home, Purologix is your trusted partner. With over 20-year of high purity, municipal, and residential water experience, we have what it takes to solve your most difficult water problems.

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  • Yale Study - Bottled Water vs. Drinking Water Written on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 15:34
    The conclusion of the study: "The quality of drinking water in the United States is extensively monitored and regulated by federal, state and local agencies, yet a close examination of both public system drinking water and bottled water processing and distribution procedures reveals striking differences that could explain why consumers have safety concerns regarding tap water. This paper has shown that on a gallon for gallon basis bottled water is tested more often than tap water. It is also the case that water quality breach notification differences means tap water drinkers would consume potentially hazardous drinking water before they are…

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  • We wanted to thank you for introducing us to your point-of-use technology. As a high security facility, our bottled water provider had clearance to the receiving area only. We had an entire rack dedicated to bottled water storage, and one of our staff members had the assignment of delivering individual bottles and stocking the 15 bottled water coolers throughout our facility.

    • John B. 
    • High Tech Facility, Morrisville, NC 

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