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2 October 2018

Applied Energy Systems acquires Advanced Research Manufacturing

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Applied Energy Systems (AES) of Malvern, PA, USA – which provides high- and ultra-high-purity gas and liquid delivery systems, services and solutions (including design, manufacturing, testing, installation and field services) – has announced the acquisition of specialty gas purification system provider Advanced Research Manufacturing (ARM) Inc of Colorado Springs, CO.

ARM has been manufacturing high- and ultra-high-purity gas purifiers and gas handling equipment for 20 years and has a worldwide installed base of point-of-use, micro-bulk and bulk gas purifiers. ARM’s portfolio of solutions will now be offered through AES to supplement and further expand its gas delivery equipment offerings.

“ARM brings getter, catalyst and absorber purification technology to Applied Energy Systems that will complement our existing product offerings, allowing AES to provide a more complete and unique solution at a very competitive price,” says AES president Steve Buerkel.

ARM’s ultra-high-purity gas purifiers and associated gas handling equipment are used across the industrial, semiconductor, energy, medical and pharmaceutical markets both in the USA and internationally – the same verticals where AES has a track record of enabling safe, precise gas delivery. “There is already a great deal of synergy between the AES and ARM teams in terms of our knowledge of gas handling requirements for innovative processes and applications,” says AES’ general manager Jim Murphy. “ARM’s products are a natural extension of our equipment offerings, and together we’ll offer customers our collective expertise to benefit their projects – whether they require gas purification or gas delivery solutions, or both,” he adds.

“With AES’ and ARM’s combined resources, the research of new technologies and subsequent development of new products can occur at a more rapid pace,” reckons ARM’s director of technology Brian Warrick. “This will enable us to efficiently add to ARM’s existing portfolio of offerings that include purifiers as well as field engineering support,” he adds.

“We look forward to growing our market share in the purification of high- and ultra-high-purity gas,” says Dan Spohn, ARM’s director of global sales & market development.

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