Who We Are
Culligan Matrix Solutions is the Commercial and Industrial division of Culligan International Company, a world leader in water treatment technology for more than 75 years.
Headquartered in Rosemont, Illinois and with offices in Latin America, the Asia-Pacific rim,
Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Culligan Matrix Solutions is focused on helping
customers solve their water treatment challenges, whether their goals are to reduce
operating costs, enhance efficiency or increase sustainability of their water resources.
To achieve this objective, Culligan Matrix Solutions offers customers a single-source, comprehensive water
treatment technology platform for virtually any industry and application, bringing to each
project a history of innovation in research & development, a highly experienced in-house
engineering team, and a strong global supply chain to supply its business. The company
provides sales, rental, leasing and ongoing maintenance options for its customers around
Culligan Matrix Solutions designs and manufactures a comprehensive range – or “matrix” – of water treatment products for the commercial and industrial marketplace. Following a “discovery” process
that defines each customer’s needs, water quality and logistical requirements, Culligan’s
application engineers develop a customized solution built using the company’s preengineered,
modular water treatment technologies that can be easily connected together
to address the customer’s specific situation. With this streamlined, modular approach, Culligan Matrix Solutions
addresses the needs of businesses for end-to-end water treatment solutions that are flexible
fast to market and highly cost-effective.
Culligan Matrix Solutions works with customers in both the Commercial and Industrial sectors.
Industrial customers include some of the world’s largest oil and gas producers, energy and power generation companies, a host of well-known food and beverage companies,
businesses engaged in heavy manufacturing, members of the bio-pharmaceuticals industry, and providers of municipal drinking water supplies.
Commercial customers represent large institutions such as colleges and universities, hotels and the hospitality industry, hospitals and healthcare facilities, light manufacturing, travel
(e.g., airports), food service and restaurants, and grocery.