Triton has finalized its acquisition of GEA Heat Exchangers, and the business will operate as part of an autonomous group under the aegis of Triton Partners. The company reorganized the internal business units of the GEA Heat Exchangers Group into a simplified structure that will serve three market segments:
- Climate and environment, which includes products for HVAC technology.
- Power generation, including wet cooling towers, dry cooling systems and fill media for cooling towers.
- Systems and components for additional heat exchanger application areas such as those in the oil and gas, petrochemical, food and beverage, marine and transportation systems markets. Products include plate, finned-tube and and shell-and-tube heat exchangers.
According to Triton, business will remain the same for GEA customers except for the introduction of a new brand name, which will be rolled out at a future date.