Hydrotech Acquires Isaacs Fluid Power Equipment Company, Improving Industry Movement

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Hydrotech, Inc. announced today the acquisition of Isaacs Fluid Power Equipment Company (Isaacs), a step toward the company’s aim of modernizing industrial equipment and streamlining operations through application know-how, technical competence, and dependable service.

Isaacs, headquartered in Mason, Ohio, was formed in 1948 and serves a variety of OEM and end-user industries in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and parts of lower Michigan and Illinois.

Hydrotech expands its skills and geographical reach by acquiring Isaacs, forming a new alliance in Midwest fluid power solutions.

Following the completion of this acquisition, Isaacs will operate as a division of Hydrotech, which is part of the FSC group of companies.

Isaacs employs 37 people, including General Manager Bruce Becknell and Finance Manager Beverley Massey, all of whom will remain in their positions.

Roy Carman, President and CEO of Isaacs, will officially retire on the date of closing after more than 50 years with the company.

Control valves, cylinders, linear and rotary actuators, air motors, air compressors, vacuum pumps and systems, compressed air filters and dryers, pressure regulators, lubricators, precision pressure control, pneumatic logic, fittings, tubing, and connectors are among the pneumatic and vacuum products offered by Isaacs Fluid Power Equipment Company.

Hydrotech, Inc. has been acknowledged as a fluid power industry leader for over 50 years by establishing the bar in quality goods, sourcing the world’s leading hydraulics and automation products and services, and providing high-level support for systems of any scale.

Hydrotech supports industries such as aerospace, agricultural, automotive, construction, defense, forestry, food production, medical, oil and gas, pulp and paper, textile, rubber, and transportation from its locations in Cincinnati and North Canton. Hydrotech.com has further information.

 

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