Particles Plus Acquires Airy Technology
SAN FRANCISCO, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — SEMICON® West — Particles Plus, Inc. announces the acquisition of Airy Technology, Inc. of Orem, Utah, an industry leading manufacturer of handheld and remote particle counter technology. With operations in Japan and China, Airy Technology’s headquarters will relocate to Stoughton, Massachusetts where it will continue to operate as an independent company.
“This is the first of several steps that will take Particles Plus to a leadership position within the indoor air quality, contamination monitoring and controlled environments markets,” said Particles Plus’ president, Adam Giandomenico.
Airy Technology has 105 distributors in 27 countries and the company has established itself as one of the world’s largest suppliers of handheld particle counters.
“Airy Technologies’ founder Kozo Amemiya has done a phenomenal job building the company as it achieved significant growth in just 4 years. Mr. Amemiya will continue to lead the company as its Vice President of Business Development and we are pleased to have him join the Particles Plus management team,” states Giandomenico.
About Particles Plus
Particles Plus is the most vertically integrated particle counter manufacturing company in the industry and engineers and manufactures its own display, battery, vacuum pump, sensor and counting technology from the ground up. Particles Plus is headquartered in Massachusetts and has engineering teams in Grants Pass, Oregon as well as Los Altos and Fremont, California. With 9 key patents filed, 13 patents in process and others in the works, Particles Plus is a premiere supplier of feature-rich particle counters and vacuum pump technology.
About Airy Technology
Airy Technology is a world-class supplier of ground-breaking measurement instruments that meet the demands of today’s most innovative companies. Airy Technology’s objective is to contribute to the improvement of industrial and residential environments by providing a variety of sophisticated measuring instruments.
SOURCE Particles Plus