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Huntair to manufacture Cleanpak products at Oregon plant

August 30, 2009
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CLEANPAK International, Inc. will close its Clackamas, OR facility and that its product will be manufactured at HUNTAIR, Inc. located in Tualatin, OR. Both companies are wholly-owned subsidiaries of CES Group, Inc. and are located in the Portland area. HUNTAIR, Inc. is now serving customers with products manufactured under the brands of CLEANPAK®, Servicor™, and HUNTAIR®.

“The change allows us to improve factory utilization and will improve our responsiveness and competitiveness in delivering quality custom cleanroom products and services,” said John Albert, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, for both CLEANPAK International, Inc. and HUNTAIR, Inc.

CLEANPAK and Servicor are leading brands in the hi-tech semi-conductor and life sciences industries. Founded in 1985, CLEANPAK International began as an air-handling unit manufacturer, and then expanded to become experts at manufacturing the entire cleanroom environment. CLEANPAK products address cleanroom heating, ventilating, and air conditioning; including tight temperature control, custom ceiling grid systems, laboratory hood and exhaust systems, custom filtration, turnkey installation capabilities, and FANWALL TECHNOLOGY®.

Since its inception in 1993, HUNTAIR, Inc. has been committed to providing the best in airflow management. Offerings include patented FANWALL TECHNOLOGY®, DX and chilled-water air handlers, data center cooling, cleanroom systems, and factory engineered unit controls. HUNTAIR is known for solutions for airflow needs, especially in critical manufacturing processes of the life sciences industries.

CES Group, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nortek, Inc., a multi-billion dollar diversified manufacturer of innovative, branded residential, and commercial ventilation; home technology convenience and security; and HVAC products. CES Group and its subsidiaries serve its customers through 11 manufacturing locations around the world with over 74 years of manufacturing experience. Find a CES Group™ Representative by visiting www.ces-group.com. CES Group provides innovative, cost-effective, custom-engineered solutions for today’s most challenging HVAC applications sold under such brands as CLEANPAK®, Governair®, HUNTAIR®, Mammoth®, Temtrol®, Venmar CES™, Ventrol®, WEBCO™, and Eaton-Williams®.
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