About us

Passion. Innovation. Flexibility

Established in 1965, Magnor designs and manufactures innovative equipment to improve water quality for various applications including drinking, process and waste water.

Passion. Innovation. Flexibility
Our mission

Our mission: Treat water with the most innovative, sustainable and efficient technologies.

This mission leads us to provide a wide range of adapted solutions that take into account energy efficiency, environmental safety, sustainability and optimal water use.  Our focus on tomorrow's challenges combined with a multidisciplinary team of experts will ensure a successful implementation of your water treatment projects.

Passion. Innovation. Flexibility

Our Team
Magnor has succeeded over the years in bringing together a unique set of skills to the marketplace; our team combines experience, stability, overall quality and attention to detail.

Our dedicated and qualified staff enable us to lead by example in the water treatment industry. Each project is driven by innovative and highly skilled personnel of draftsmen, designers, engineers, chemists and specialized technicians in a modern facility that includes a fully equipped laboratory. All these resources are combined to address effectively all of your needs.


History

flèche1965 :

Established 50 years ago by Mr Paul-Émile Pichet and Mr Jacques Pichet, Magnor's mission was to provide Magnus with equipment for the pre-treatment of water and chemical injection systems for HVAC installations. Magnus and Magnor were separate businesses, managed by the same family

flèche1966 :

Growth requires a 1st head office relocation.

flèche1975 :

In 1975, Mr. Jacques Pichet succeeds his father thus becoming the owner of both Magnor and Magnus. Magnor and Magnus remain independent divisions of the same industrial group.

flèche1990 :

In 1990, Magnor, by then a recognized water treatment equipment manufacturer for HVAC systems, uses its expertise to diversify its activities in the drinking, process and waste water treatment sector.

flèche2000 :

A 2nd head office relocation is necessary to support growth.

flèche2006 :

In 1975, Mr Denis Pichet succeeds his father by becoming the President and CEO of Magnus and Magnor. Magnus and Magnor continue to remain relatively independent divisions.

flèche2013 :

In 2013, Magnor is legally merged with Magnus.

flèche2015 :

Magnor celebrates its 50 years during the 2015/2016 period! In the same year, Magnor becomes, once more, a separate entity to focus on its main expertise: drinking, process and waste water treatment.