Jessup, MD, – Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC), a cooling solutions provider for the commercial, industrial and refrigeration markets, announced today the acquisition of Dayton, TN-based Coil Design, a manufacturer of cooling and heating coils.
For the last four years, Coil Design and BAC have worked together as part of a joint venture. As a result, Coil Design, which focuses on steam, refrigeration and fluid coils, has achieved growth with direct customers and supported BAC’s growth through BAC’s TrilliumSeries Adiabatic Products. According to BAC, hybrid and adiabatic products are designed to provide evaporative cooling for hot days and dry cooling for most of the year to conserve water and reduce maintenance.
To continue and accelerate that growth, BAC has now fully acquired Coil Design.
Dave Klee, general manager of BAC Dayton and Coil Design, will lead the integration of Coil Design into BAC during the coming months while expanding BAC's manufacturing capacity.
“The full acquisition of Coil Design and our previous acquisition of Eurocoil in Italy in 2021, positions BAC to accelerate the development of industry-leading evaporative hybrid and adiabatic technologies, furthering our vision to reinvent cooling to sustain the world," says Don Fetzer, president of Baltimore Aircoil, in a statement.