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Nash Division extends its portfolio Featured

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Gardner Denver has restructured the activities within its Engineered Products Group: Effective January 01, 2013, the CF (Multistage Centrifugal Blowers) organization of Gardner Denver, encompassing the Hoffman and Lamson brands, become part of the Gardner Denver Nash division.

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NASH has over 100 years of experience in manufacturing of liquid ring vacuum pumps and compressors and the CF group is a strong manufacturer of HOFFMAN & LAMSON multistage centrifugal blowers. All three brands have a strong focus on Engineered Vacuum and Compressor Systems. They have a wide product portfolio and customers all over the world.

Vacuum and compressor systems made by Nash and Hoffman & Lamson have reliably operated for decades in the chemical process industry, filter applications, pulp & paper production, electric power plants, refineries, wastewater treatment, general process industries and many more applications.

This new organization will realize significant synergies within the Nash division, especially in the engineering and supply of vacuum and compressor systems. Combined sales channels and know-how will enable us to provide better communication and further improve all processes with our partners and customers.


For business partners in EMEA, this means that the Nash sales organization will be the contact partner for all issues regarding CF Blowers. All CF inquires will continue to be handled by the experienced technical sales support team of Hoffman & Lamson.

Both Lamson (founded in 1880) and Hoffman (founded in 1905) have strong roots in the USA and a strong market position in many wastewater treatment applications. After being acquired by Gardner Denver (Lamson in 1996 and Hoffman in 2001), the two brands were merged, further improving their
market position.

Nash originated from nash_elmo which was acquired by Gardner Denver in 2004. The company is the inventor of the liquid ring pump, with patent certificates issued in Germany and the USA in 1903 and 1905 respectively.

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