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New AMACS website replaces ACS and AMISTCO sites

Date: 11/06/12 | Author: AMACS Process Tower Internals | Category: Blog |






If you were looking for ACS Separation Products or AMISTCO Industries, you are in the right place. AMACS is the product of a merger between these two leading companies in the mass transfer market. This new website, now under the AMACS brand, replaces separate sites for ACS and AMISTCO. Our new customer site features product information in English and soon in Spanish. We also offer forms to receive quotes, request tracking on shipments and carried our Ask AMISTCO program over through Ask AMACS. Here you can send us a question about your separation and distillation applications, or about any of AMACS products. We’ll have a subject expert review and respond to your question within 2 business days.

AMACS will continue to invest in its website to provide you with the information and tools you need to make decisions and interact with us during the quote and implementation phases. As this is your site, we encourage you to provide feedback on the information and features you would like to see on it. You can send your comments and requests to amacs@amacs.com.

 We thank you for your patience while we have been constructing this site and continue to make it more intuitive to your needs.


About ACS Separation: 

ACS was founded in 1939 in Rhode Island to manufacture knitted copper wire mesh. By the 1950s, it had expanded into stainless steel wire mesh and additionally established the Separations Technology Division to in 1979. Over time ACS developed process engineering capability and expanded into vane separators, liquid – liquid coalescers as well as mass transfer products. In 1998, it became the North American licensee for Julius Montz GmbH’s structured packing product line. In 2010 ACS opened a factory in Monterrey, Mexico to add capacity to meet its growing sales.

 About AMISTCO Industries:

AMISTCO was founded in Houston in 1991 to manufacture mist eliminators based on its own wire knitting technology. It too expanded into vane separators and mass transfer products as it expanded its in-house process engineering capability. AMISTCO also invested in wedge wire screen manufacturing to serve the petrochemical as well as other industrial markets.