Universal AET Acquires Ojibway Enclosure Systems
To offer a one-source air inlet and exhaust solution; serving engine distributors
Universal Acoustic & Emission Technologies has purchased Ojibway Enclosure Systems, a manufacturer of enclosures and packager of generator sets for power generation systems.
Janesville, Wisconsin, U.S.A.-based Ojibway also performs laser cutting, welding and forming of a variety of metal products, and assists in the installation of generator sets in the field.
Universal AET provides engineered acoustic, emissions and filtration solutions for the power generation, gas turbine, oil and gas, retrofit, turnkey, engine and emissions, and industrial processing markets.
Universal AET said it and Ojibway are now in a better position to serve their common customers: engine distributors who source silencers, emissions treatment products or complete power generation packages for data centers, hospitals and other large-scale facilities that require standby power generators.
Beginning immediately, Ojibway's products will be branded Ojibway Enclosures by Universal. All employees will be retained will continue to work at their current locations, the company said.