Southern Field acquires Environmental Elements
May 18, 2018 By P&PC staff
May 18, 2018 – Southern Field Maintenance and Fabrication has purchased Environmental Elements from Delta Ducon LLC.
Environmental Elements specializes in air pollution control equipment and technology for power and industrial markets consisting mainly of pulse jet fabric filters and electrostatic precipitators.
“We are very pleased with the addition of Environmental Elements to our group,” Steve Moore, president of Southern Field, said. “EEC is one of the largest and most respected air pollution control equipment and technology suppliers in the U.S. We plan to service the EEC installed base of approximately 1,000 APC units in North America with spare parts and service. Additionally, we will supply OEM ESP and PJFF Equipment. All of these services will be turnkey, EPC capabilities which are a huge plus for the North American marketplace.”
Environmental Elements has served the industry for 46 years with an installed base of 1,200 electrostatic precipitators and PJFFs worldwide.
“This acquisition supports our strategic plan to continue to grow our recurring revenue base business,” Ken Nolen, president and CEO of ProcessBarron, said. “The EEC installed base coupled with its great history and reputation provides a great opportunity for our Southern Field Maintenance division to strengthen its air pollution control technology and field service support. We are excited to provide our customers with additional services and support capabilities.”
Southern Field is a leading APC services and parts supplier to the industrial and power generation marketplaces, offering key components and solutions to customers for equipment maintenance, service and upgrades as well as plant maintenance and stoker grate system service work.
This new combined Southern Field-Environmental Elements group will continue to operate from its Arden, N.C., Luverne, Ala., and Malvern, Pa. facilities, operating and storing a full inventory of electrostatic precipitator parts as well as service and troubleshooting capabilities.
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