Stanadyne Buys Pure Power Technologies

By Mike Brezonick09 April 2019

Stanadyne LLC, the Connecticut-based supplier of fuel systems and engine components for diesel and gasoline engine markets worldwide, announced it has acquired Pure Power Technologies Inc., a manufacturer of diesel fuel injectors and turbochargers headquartered in Columbia, S.C.  No financial details were provided.

Standadyne said the combined companies bring together highly complementary product lines that will form a global company deliveringbroad fuel and air management systems directly to OEMs and OES/aftermarket channels.

“Pure Power’s experience and expertise in high-precision engineering, testing and manufacturing of diesel fuel injectors and turbos is a perfect fit for our business,” said David Galuska, chief executive officer, Stanadyne LLC. “This transaction provides us the opportunity to better leverage our market-leading technologies, global presence, business processes and products to our customers across all channels.”

Pure Power was founded in 1999 as a joint venture between Siemens and Navistar to develop and manufacture OE-level fuel system components. It currently manufactures precision, fuel, air-management and aftertreatment systems for light-, medium- and heavy-duty diesel engines and has produced more than 30 million diesel fuel injectors since 1999.

Recently, the company launched an expanded product line of new and remanufactured turbochargers that are assembled in Pure Power’s IATF 16949 andISO 14001-certified manufacturing facility in Blythewood, S.C.

“Combining withStanadyne affords Pure Power new opportunities for growth and the ability to continue to deliver the best quality and customer service that has been the hallmark of Pure Power since its inception,” said Jerry Sweetland, president and CEO, Pure Power. “Together we have an experienced, highly seasoned management and production team in place to drive the future growth of this new combined entity.”

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