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Last $74.89 USD
Change Today -1.14 / -1.50%
Volume 387.6K
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1925 West Field Court

Suite 200

Lake Forest, IL 60045

United States

Phone: 847-498-7070

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ative blowers, and fractional horsepower compressors. Gast products are used in various long-life applications requiring a clean source of moderate vacuum or pressure. Gast products primarily serve the medical equipment, environmental equipment, computers and electronics, printing machinery, paint mixing machinery, packaging machinery, graphic arts, and industrial manufacturing markets. The Jun-Air business is a provider of low-decibel, ultra-quiet vacuum compressors suitable for medical, dental, and laboratory applications. Micropump: Micropump offers small, precision-engineered, magnetically, and electromagnetically driven rotary gear, piston and centrifugal pumps. Micropump products are used in low-flow abrasive and corrosive applications. Micropump products primarily serve the printing machinery, medical equipment, paints and inks, chemical processing, pharmaceutical, refining, laboratory, electronics, pulp and paper, water treatment, textiles, peristaltic metering pumps, analytical process controllers, and sample preparation systems markets. MPT: MPT consists of the company's Quadro, Fitzpatrick, Microfluidics, and Matcon Group Limited (Matcon) businesses. Quadro is a provider of particle control solutions for the pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical markets. Quadro’s core capabilities include fine milling, emulsification and special handling of liquid and solid particulates for laboratory, pilot phase, and production scale processing. Fitzpatrick engages in the design and manufacture of process technologies for the pharmaceutical, food, and personal care markets worldwide. Fitzpatrick designs and manufactures customized size reduction, roll compaction, and drying systems to support their customers’ product development and manufacturing processes. Microfluidics engages in the design and manufacture of laboratory and commercial equipment used in the production of micro and nano scale materials for the pharmaceutical and chemical markets worldwide. Microfluidics is the producer of the Microfluidizer family of high shear fluid processors for uniform particle size reduction, robust cell disruption, and nanoparticle creation. Matcon offers material processing solutions for powders used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, food, plastics, and fine chemicals worldwide. Matcon’s products consist of the original cone valve powder discharge system and filling, mixing, and packaging systems, all of which support its customers’ automation and process requirements. FSDP This segment produces firefighting pumps and controls, rescue tools, lifting bags, and other components and systems for the fire and rescue industry, engineered stainless steel banding, and clamping devices used in various industrial and commercial applications; and precision equipment for dispensing, metering, and mixing colorants and paints used in various retail and commercial businesses worldwide. Fire Suppression: Fire Suppression consists of the company’s Class 1, Hale, and Godiva businesses, which produce truck-mounted and portable fire pumps, stainless steel valves, foam and compressed air foam systems, pump modules and pump kits, electronic controls and information systems, conventional and networked electrical systems, and mechanical components for the fire, rescue, and specialty vehicle markets. Fire Suppression’s customers are primarily OEMs. Rescue: Rescue consists of the company’s Dinglee, Hurst Jaws of Life, Lukas, and Vetter businesses, which produce hydraulic, battery, gas and electric-operated rescue equipment, hydraulic re-railing equipment, hydraulic tools for industrial applications, recycling cutters, pneumatic lifting and sealing bags for vehicle and aircraft rescue, environmental protection and disaster control, and shoring equipment for vehicular or structural collapse. Rescue's customers are primarily public and private fire and rescue organizations. Band-It: Band-It is a producer of stainless steel banding, buckles, and clamping systems. Band-It products are used for securing exhaust system heat and sound shields, industrial hose fittings, traffic signs and signals, electrical cable shielding, identification an

 

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