Established in 1946, this family business has grown to become a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of water treatment products and components for residential and commercial/industrial applications.
From its headquarters in Windsor, Wisconsin, additional manufacturing facilities in Rogers, Arkansas and a distribution center in Phoenix, Arizona; Clack serves customers in the United States and throughout the world.
Clack water treatment components and drinking water systems are sold through a network of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) worldwide.
In 1946 Bill Clack and his father Willis Clack opened a small water softener exchange business in Madison, Wisconsin. Clack Soft Water eventually grew into a small Wisconsin dealer network featuring the Golden Seahorse brand.
By 1960, Clack Soft Water had evolved into a manufacturing and distributing company serving independent OEM assemblers. During the 1960s, Clack designed and manufactured several brass control valves including the 609, which was a five-cycle, fully automatic valve, the only plastic part being the injector.
Clack also improved corrosion resistance of raw steel tanks by using epoxy liners and over-painting enamel for use in manufacturing side mount filter and softener tanks. Clack Corporation’s primary activity was distributing Ionac C249 resin, Erie control valves, Apex fiberglass mineral tanks, as well as manufacturing various components such as 369 Manumatic valves, brine valves, and iron removal medias such as BIRM®.
4462 Duraform Lane
Windsor, WI 53598