Baltimore Aircoil and Colmac Form Strategic Alliance

Advantage: more manufacturing facilities, greater product depth

Baltimore Aircoil Company, Baltimore, MD, (BAC) and Colmac Coil Manufacturing of Colville, WA, announced the two companies have entered into a strategic alliance to provide BAC's Aircoil™ Evaporators to the industrial refrigeration market.

This agreement is a synergistic relationship that leverages the strengths of both companies by doubling the number of manufacturing facilities available and by providing additional product depth. Sources from the companies say that by combining Colmac’s technical expertise with BAC’s manufacturing prowess the two companies will provide more solutions and better service to the industrial refrigeration market.

"With this exciting new development, the two companies are leveraging Colmac's innovative technology and engineering expertise with BAC's strong brand, manufacturing know-how, and extensive distribution network," states Colmac President Bruce Nelson.

Evaporators will continue to be manufactured in all materials of construction for ammonia, carbon dioxide, and glycol/brine refrigerants in both Midwest, and Colville, WA, production facilities. As part of the new agreement, Colmac will distribute Aircoil evaporators along with its existing line of standard and custom industrial refrigeration evaporators and air-cooled condensers exclusively through the BAC representative network in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

Baltimore Aircoil Company is a world leader in the design and manufacture of evaporative cooling and heat transfer equipment. Founded in 1938, Baltimore Aircoil Company offers the broadest range of evaporative heat transfer products in the industry.

Colmac Coil Manufacturing has supplied evaporators, air-cooled condensers, and custom coils to the industrial and commercial refrigeration markets for over 37 years. As “The Heat Transfer Experts”, Colmac offers customers worldwide state-of-the-art solutions for a wide range of heat transfer applications.


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