ABOUT BLUE-WHITE INDUSTRIES

Blue-White Industries was built on a cornerstone of core values that still stands today: Quality, Service, Performance and Innovation.

Blue-White® is a manufacturing company located in Huntington Beach, California, and was founded by Ozzie King. Ozzie had previously owned and operated a successful construction business in Los Angeles. While running that enterprise he became aware of a need for important products which were not readily available. He decided to begin manufacturing these products himself and Blue-White Industries was born.

Blue-White was incorporated in 1957 and is still owned and operated by Ozzie King’s heirs including his grandson, company President and CEO Rob Gledhill. 

What began as a small company with just four permanent employees now boasts a workforce of over 100 individuals, as well as a worldwide network of Representatives and Service Centers.

The company offers a full-spectrum of product lines including; Chemical Feed / Dosing pumps, both diaphragm and peristaltic styles; Complete Skid Systems; Variable Area, Digital and Ultrasonic Flowmeters; and a variety of ancillary products. 

All Blue-White products are designed to be simple to order, easy to install, environmentally friendly and to require very little, if any, maintenance.

A team of topnotch engineers coupled with the latest equipment and manufacturing processes, and fueled by our mission to design and build the highest quality, most innovative products on the market, has made Blue-White a leader in several industries.

Markets served include; Municipal Drinking Water and Wastewater Treatment; Industrial Process Water and Wastewater Treatment; Agricultural and Poultry Industries including fertilizer and nutrient injection, Food and Beverage Process Water Purification, Color and Flavor Injection and Wastewater Treatment, Brewing, Aquatics and many others.

All Blue-White Industries Products are Manufactured in the USA. Blue-White® is ISO 9001:2015 Certified.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Blue-White Industries

5300 Business Drive

Huntington Beach, CA 92649

UNITED STATES

Phone: 714-893-8529

Contact: Danny Sanders

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • The CHEM-FEED® Triplex Engineered Skid Systems are lightweight and arrive fully assembled with all necessary components to get your system up and running quickly. The drop-in place design of the Triplex Skids help makes them easy to order and they are simple to operate.

  • The Bellevue Water Treatment Plant originally installed costly peristaltic metering pumps to inject the many chemicals used to treat the raw water.  Although these pumps were performing satisfactorily, they required frequent maintenance and expensive parts replacement, resulting in increased costs and downtime. In addition, tubing was especially difficult to order due to problems locating sales representatives, long lead times, and high prices.

  • The CHEM-FEED® CD1 Multi-Diaphragm Chemical Metering Pump does not lose prime when pumping chemicals that off-gas, thanks to the exclusive hyperdrive technology which allows for nearly pulse-less chemical feed. This low-maintenance pump can dose chemical against high pressures, unlike most peristaltic pumps. In addition, it communicates with Blue-White’s S6A and Micro-Flo flow verification sensors.

  • The CHEM-FEED® CD1 Multi-Diaphragm Chemical Metering Pump does not lose prime when pumping chemicals that off-gas, thanks to the exclusive hyperdrive technology which allows for nearly pulse-less chemical feed. This low-maintenance pump can dose chemical against high pressures, unlike most peristaltic pumps. In addition, it communicates with Blue-White’s S6A and Micro-Flo flow verification sensors.

  • Are you using chemical metering pumps? Are you looking for a pump that is not only easy to work with, but is also simple to maintain?

  • Watch the video as Rob Gledhill from Blue-White introduces the CD3 Dual Diaphram Metering Pump, designed to precisely inject chemicals into a system and address problems with existing pump technologies.

  • Blue-White’s President Rob Gledhill takes you on a photo tour of the factory to review various obstacles they’ve had to overcome, and talk about improvements made recently. Watch the full slideshow to learn more.

  • The Proseries-M® line includes Flex-Pro® Peristaltic dosing pumps. Three models M-2, M-3 and M-4 are offered to meet the critical demands of small, mid-size and high volume treatment plants. These units meter precise amounts of water and wastewater treatment chemicals and include a host of features and options. NSF61 listed.

  • Are you using chemical metering pumps? Do you need a chemical feed solution that is proven to work? Most chemical feed solutions are too complicated, too expensive, and can require long lead times. Our goal is to simplify chemical feed. Our CHEM-FEED® Skids ship fully assembled which will save you time with installation and start-ups.

  • When officials in Huntington Beach, Calif., became concerned whether enough ventilators would be available to treat the anticipated surge in COVID-19 patients, the city turned to Blue-White Industries, a local manufacturer of chemical metering pumps, flowmeters and water treatment accessories.

  • ​Mammoth Lakes is a resort town nestled in the Sierra Mountain Range in North Eastern California, USA. Known for winter and summer tourist activities, the town experiences a high seasonal demand on its water resources during tourist influxes.

  • The treatment of water and wastewater using chemicals is an exact science. Dosing needs to be accurate to ensure that the right amount of chemical is getting into critical water and wastewater treatment systems quickly. The ProSeries-M MS-6 chemical feed sensor from Blue-White Industries is designed to accurately measure that chemical feed from metering and dosing pumps to ensure proper dosing.

  • Blue-White’s® MS-6 Ultrasonic Flowmeter is an innovative new addition to flowmeter offerings in the water and wastewater treatment industries.

  • Butte-Silver Bow Water Utility Chief Operator Jim Kennan talks about his success with the MD-3 Multi-Diaphragm Metering Pump.

  • Water Treatment Supervisor Phil Sipes talks about his success with the MD-3 Multi-Diaphragm Metering Pump.

  • Chris Garcia, a long-time water professional at Camp Pendleton, and Phil Sipes, Water Treatment Supervisor, talk about the features and benefits of Blue-White’s MD-3 Multi-Diaphragm Metering Pump. Watch this video to learn more.

  • Nathan Kutil, lead designer for HDR Engineering, talks about how Blue-White stepped up and helped in a time of need for the city of county of Butte Silver Bow, Montana. Watch this video to learn more.

  • The MS-6 Chemical Feed Flowmeter is the ultimate solution for measuring liquid chemical feed from your metering / dosing pumps by using the latest ultrasonic technology. Watch this video to learn more.

  • Designed for municipal wastewater treatment applications, Proseries-M units are compatible with the most commonly used chemicals in these applications, such as Sodium Hypochlorite and Hydrogen Peroxide.

  • Rob Gledhill, President and CEO of Blue-White, speaks about the company’s various offerings from chemical metering pumps (diaphragm, peristaltic), to flowmeters (variable-area, paddlewheel, ultrasonic), and water treatment accessories.

  • Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is the major West Coast base of the United States Marine Corps. It is located on the Southern California coast, in San Diego County. The Camp maintains a self-sustaining water supply and sewage treatment plant to serve a population of 70,000.

  • SUEZ Water South Jersey is located in Toms River, New Jersey. Their mission is to provide safe and clean water to the Township of Toms River, Borough of South Toms River, and a portion of the Township of Berkeley.

  • West Valley Water District serves approximately 80,000 customers in Riverside County, located in Southern California.  Communities served include, Bloomington, Colton, Fontana, and Rialto, as well as some areas of San Bernardino, and Jurupa Valley.

  • Specifying the proper chemical metering pump for an application can be difficult, however, the process will be simplified by acquiring all application parameters. It’s important to take into account such factors as the fluid to be pumped, the output volume required, and the pressure which the pump will be working against in the system.