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Camfil To Acquire Handte

German Environmental Company to Become Part of Camfil Air Pollution Control

JONESBORO, Ark., Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) announces that its parent, Camfil (Stockholm, Sweden) has signed an agreement to acquire 100 percent of Handte Umwelttechnik GmbH in Germany and Handte's operations in Switzerland, the Czech Republic and China. The acquisition, pending approval from the authorities in Germany, is expected to close in the first quarter this year. Handte will be part of the Camfil APC business unit, which specializes in industrial dust and fume collection.

Handte (www.handte.de/en) is the leading German manufacturer and provider of environmental engineering products, filter technology processes and air pollution control applications. With more than 120 years of experience, the company is a recognized specialist in exhaust air purification for a wide range of manufacturing industries.

Camfil APC president Lee Morgan states: "Handte has a full line of dust collectors, mist collectors and wet scrubbers that strategically complement the Farr Gold Series® cartridge dust collection line. The integration of these product lines will broaden our portfolio and strengthen the company's industrial air pollution control offerings to customers in the U.S. and internationally."  Key applications for these products include metalworking and machining, automotive, foundry, mining, and dry processing industries including chemical, food and pharmaceutical.

Camfil APC is a leading global manufacturer of dust collection equipment and is part of Camfil, the world leader in air filters and clean air solutions.  For further information, contact Camfil APC at 800-479-6801 (U.S./Canada) or 1-870-933-8048 (international); email [email protected], web www.camfilapc.com.

SOURCE Camfil Air Pollution Control

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