Space heating and ventilation manufacturer Cambridge Engineering has acquired the Spec-Air and Ares brands of cooling products from Essick Air. Cambridge will continue to offer customers the EPAC and SSC product lines from the former Spec-Air product portfolio.
“One of the most amazing joys I have as a leader is watching our people grow,” said Marc Braun, president of Cambridge Engineering. “This opportunity to steward and grow two additional well-established product lines in the direct and indirect evaporative cooling markets represents years of preparation and growth from our team. I’m confident our team will continue to work hard to earn the trust of manufacturing representatives, mechanical contractors, building owners, and all stakeholders in the market.”
No jobs were lost at Essick Air due to the acquisition, according to Aspell. Employees are now working on Essick’s residential product lines.
Engineers at Cambridge worked closely with staff at Spec Air and ARES for several months to learn about the technology as well as go through training on installation and troubleshooting.