RelaDyne, a provider of lubricants, fuel, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), and industrial reliability services, has announced the acquisition of Circor International’s Reliability Services division, operating under the brands of Cot-Puritech, Clarus, LSC, Lubritech, Sicelub and Canadian Chemical Cleaning Services, Inc.
The division provides critical lubrication management, chemical flushing services, and oil misting equipment to leading customers in Oil and Gas, Refining, Petrochemical, Power Generation, Industrial, Military and Maritime markets. The division was acquired by Circor International as part of the acquisition of the Colfax Fluid Handling Business completed in December 2017.
The acquisition of Circor Reliability Services includes six market-leading brands, each with unique expertise in their respective areas. Cot-Puritech is a provider of specialty flushing and preventative maintenance services, primarily to the processing and industrial end markets in North America. Clarus Fluid Intelligence is a provider of specialty flushing and preventative maintenance services to the US Navy and defense end markets. Lubrication Systems Company (LSC) is a provider of automated and control lubrication equipment sales and installation, aftermarket equipment support, and private-label lubrication. Sicelub, with Lubritech, is a provider of specialty flushing services and preventative maintenance as well as control lubrication equipment to the South American and European markets. Canadian Chemical Cleaning Services, Inc., located in eastern Canada, provides high velocity oil flushing and chemical cleaning to all industrial sectors across the Canadian landscape.
RelaDyne’s Reliability Services division, including the technical capabilities of Turbo Filtration Company (TFC) and Industrial Action Services (IAS), will more than double in size as the result of this acquisition.
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