Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
Air-Cure is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA and engaged in the design and manufacture of air pollution control systems and particulate collection equipment for industrial applications.
Air pollution control and particulate collection systems have been used for over one-hundred years in many industrial applications. However, the enactment and enforcement of federal and state legislation and related regulation have increased the demand for air pollution control and particulate collection systems by requiring industries to meet ambient air qualities, emissions and dust accumulation levels for specific pollutants meeting the latest PM2.5 regulations.
Air-Cure has several patents in place for design and manufacture of dust collection systems and components. Our products are manufactured under proprietary techniques developed over decades. Air-Cure believes that its potential for success depends primarily on innovative skills, technical competence, proven installation, marketing abilities and responsiveness of management to customer needs in the changing market place.
Air-Cure and its predecessors have specialized in dust collection systems and equipment for more than 60 years. We continue to out-perform competitors in filtration capabilities, filter systems, project integration, quality control, and customer satisfaction making us a leader in dust control and process filtration systems. Air-Cure supports customers before and after the sale and our total dedication to providing solutions has led to long-term relationships with our customers.
Founded in 1880, The Day Company, which eventually became Carter-Day Company, developed a systems approach to air pollution control, classifying, conveying and storing of materials across many disciplines.
In its 60 years of operation, among the many patented designs they brought to the market, the “RJ” filter eventually evolved to the “RF” technology used today.
- In 1986, Howden Environmental Systems, Inc. acquired the filtration patent and technology from Carter-Day Company. Howden Environmental Systems, Inc. was part of a worldwide group of companies owned by Howden Group PLC based in Scotland. Howden’s objective was to use the industrial baghouse filtration activity as a launching platform from which to establish a presence in the U.S. utility baghouse market for fly-ash control.
- In 1989, Texcel Filtration, Inc. acquired the assets of Howden Environmental Systems with a license to employ the “RF” technology.
- In 1990, Air-Cure Environmental, Inc. acquired Texcel Filtration, Inc. and later became Air-Cure, Incorporated.