ABOUT PUR-CHEM, LLC
Matthew F. Vogt
Matt is a 1985 graduate from the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - River Falls majoring in Chemistry and Mathematics. Matt has over 30 years
of industry experience specializing in water treatment.
Matt is well known for his high quality service commitment and attention to customer needs.
Prior to PUR-CHEM, LLC, Matt has worked as a professional water treatment representative for H-O-H Water Technology, NALCO Chemical Company, and UNOCAL Refinery as a Quality Control Manager and SPC Coordinator.
Matt is a proud member of AWT (Association of Water Technologies) and has participated in WHEA and ASHRAE.
Matt and his wife Jodie grew up in Janesville, Wisconsin and have been married since 1987. They live in South Beloit and have three boys. Matt enjoys spending time with family and friends, recording music, scuba diving, hunting, and fishing.
"Our goal is to provide outstanding local professional water treatment products and services. Our customers are our friends, neighbors, and business partners. We will always strive to be fair
and treat others the way we would like to be treated in return."
PUR-CHEM, LLC brings over 30 years of professional water treatment service and expertise to midwest facilities - servicing Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, and Arizona.
PUR-CHEM, LLC products are custom formulated and blended through their ISO 9001 : 2008 certified manufacuturing facility and QC laboratory partnership. This guarantees superior quality products every time.
PUR-CHEM, LLC is fully insured and provides treatment expertise across a variety of industries:
Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities
Commercial Building Market
Schools, Colleges & Universities
Food & Beverage Plants
Laundry & Textile Industries
Injection Molding Plants
Data & Banking Centers
New Construction Market
PUR-CHEM, LLC complies with all relevant environmental legislation concerning manufacture, distribution, and use of our products. The production facility is designed with industry best practices to minimize our impact on the environment, including minimization of rinse water, no discharge to the local treatment facility, and training of employees, visitors, and contractors to prevent environmental discharges.