Y2K Acquires CCECO Filtration

Noria news wires
Tags: oil filters, contamination control

Y2K Fluid Power recently announced its purchase of CCECO Filtration of Kent, Washington.

A manufacturer of depth media bypass filtration products for the construction, energy, manufacturing and broad industrial markets, CCECO Filtration offers low-flow/high-retention (LFHR) filtration technology to remove fine contaminants (less than 1 micron) from lubricating oils.

"The acquisition of CCECO increases our depth within the filtration industry, enabling us to offer new, diverse capabilities in a large number of industry segments," said Rick Lindemann, president of Y2K Fluid Power. "Through our existing distribution network and partnerships, Y2K will be able to expand the CCECO product line to an even broader geographic reach."

The acquisition facilitates a full combination of the technologies of Y2K and CCECO to help customers achieve increased levels of equipment reliability, productivity and fluid cleanliness. The transition of CCECO to Y2K Fluid Power will also result in enhanced levels of customer service and support as well as an increased filtration portfolio.

A division of Dakota Fluid Power Inc. and based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Y2K Fluid Power is an original equipment manufacturer that markets filtration products to help improve equipment reliability and extend lubricant life.

For more information, visit www.y2kfluidpower.com.