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Johnson Controls to offer HVAC for critical environments with acquisition

April 26, 2018 | By Jillian Morgan

Johnson Controls acquires Triatek

Triatek CEO Jim Hall (left) with Tyler Smith of Johnson Controls.

Johnson Controls has acquired Triatek, a global manufacturer of airflow solutions for critical environments.

With the purchase of the Georgia-based company, Johnson Controls will offer HVAC airflow control systems for health care and critical research facility applications.

“We are able to bundle Triatek products with our current building automation and HVAC products and services to provide complete end-to-end solutions for critical spaces,” said Tyler Smith, general manager of specialty products at Johnson Controls.

The Triatek product line includes air valves, fume hood controls and room pressure controllers, in addition to the FlowSafe line of fume hoods and fume hood retrofit solutions. All products are designed to integrate into a facility’s building automation system. www.johnsoncontrols.com   www.triatek.com



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