Unifin acquires General Electric companies

Unifin, a supplier of cooling equipment and transformer oil pumps and valves to the power generation and power transformer industries, has acquired two General Electric companies, GE Heat Transfer and GE Harley.

Unifin International, which is headquartered in Ontario, announced completion of the purchase in January. Unifin, part of the Koch Industries Group, said both GE companies become part of Unifin’s Cardinal Pumps &Exchangers Division.

GE Heat Transfer of Chesapeake, Va., supplied generator cooler products to GE and utilities in North America. Production of generator hydrogen, air, and lube oil coolers will continue in Virginia, as will repair operations, Unifin said. Pump operations also are located in the U.S., in Ohio, former home of GE Harley and home to Cardinal Pumps &Exchangers.

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