Johnson Controls announced today it has acquired the assets of Triatek, a leading manufacturer of innovative airflow solutions for critical environments across the globe.
With the purchase of the Georgia-based company’s portfolio, Johnson Controls is adding to its offering a range of HVAC airflow control systems that help healthcare and other critical research facilities reduce the spread of airborne contaminants and chemicals, according to the general manager for specialty products at Johnson Controls, Tyler Smith.
“Environments where critical treatments or research are conducted, like healthcare facilities and laboratories, need to meet stringent air quality requirements,” Smith said.
“With the acquisition of the Triatek portfolio 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.”
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.
Triatek CEO, Jim Hall, said all products are designed to seamlessly integrate into a facility’s building automation system, helping to increase energy efficiency, minimize utility costs, improve ease of maintenance, and enhance the overall safety of critical environments.
“This acquisition not only gives Johnson Controls leverage to better serve customers in the building automation and HVAC markets, but it also opens up the Triatek portfolio of innovative HVAC airflow solutions to a broader set of customers in a wider range of facilities,” Hall said.