Elliott Buys Property For Cryogenic Pump Testing Facility

By DJ Slater31 October 2019

Elliott Group has purchased the former Jeannette Glass property, which will be used for its cryogenic pump testing facility. Elliott also secured an air permit for the facility, which will feature control and safety systems.

“Cryogenic pumps are a recent addition to Elliott’s product line,” said Michael Lordi, CEO of Elliott Group. “The ability to test these units prior to shipping is a key element of the manufacturing process, and is essential to Elliott’s expansion plans.”

Elliott Group’s foray into cryogenic pumps stems back to April 1, when the company completed its merger of Ebara International Corp., a Sparks, Nevada-based company that manufactures custom-engineered cryogenic pumps and expanders.

Elliott Group looks to break ground on the new facility on Dec. 3. Construction is expected to take 18 months. Once operational, the new facility will employ 130 people.

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