REDMOND, Ore. — BasX Solutions, a manufacturer of custom engineered products including HVAC solutions, announced that it has completed its acquisition of the clean room product line from Seasons 4.

“Seasons 4 has been providing high quality HVAC products to the clean room industry for some time and BasX is excited to continue their path of excellence under our brand name,” said Dave Benson, CEO and co-founder of BasX. “The team at BasX has a long lineage in the clean room industry and we feel quite at home with this acquisition. I personally look forward to reconnecting with many colleagues from over the past three decades.”

The BasX team is comprised of experts in HVAC design, fan technology, electrical and controls design, and structural engineering. “We have been focused on innovation through multidisciplinary product development,” said Dr. Matt Tobolski, Ph.D., SE, president and co-founder of BasX. “Since founding BasX, we have excelled in the development of modular products that integrate HVAC systems, control technology, and efficient structural design. This expertise is fully aligned with the needs of the clean room industry and I look forward to continuing the legacy of excellence created by the Seasons 4 team.”

BasX’s acquisition of Season 4’s clean room product line includes all technology, intellectual property, inventory, and equipment associated with the manufacturing and design of: ceiling systems, plenum modules, fan powered plenum modules, fan filter units, recirculation air handlers, and make-up air handlers. Additionally, the acquisition includes key members of the Seasons 4 clean room group, including industry veteran Richard Spradling who will join BasX as the director of clean room sales.

All existing contracts with Seasons 4 for clean room products will be completed by Seasons 4 at its Georgia manufacturing facility. New projects will be designed and manufactured by BasX at its Redmond, Oregon, headquarters. BasX will maintain a clean room sales location on the east coast in addition to the Oregon headquarters and California sales office. Seasons 4 will continue to manufacture its custom new and replacement HVAC product lines.

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Publication date: 5/24/2016

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