Gardner Denver Nash9 Trefoil Drive
CT 06611 Trumbull
United States of America
ProfileFounded in 1905 as Nash Engineering, Gardner Denver Nash was created in September 2004, when Gardner Denver acquired nash_elmo Industries from Audax. nash_elmo resulted from the 2002 merger of The Nash Engineering Company, USA, and elmo vacuum technology GmbH, Germany, formerly a Siemens subsidiary. The combining of Nash, the leader in liquid ring vacuum pumps, with elmo, the leader in side channel blowers, created nash_elmo, a global leader in vacuum technology.
Today, as the Gardner Denver Nash, we provide improved global service and technical support for Nash liquid ring vacuum pumps, compressors and engineered systems, serving the chemical, petroleum, power, paper, mining, environmental, food, and wastewater treatment industries.
The Nash Division of Gardner Denver has manufacturing facilities in the China, Germany and Brazil and Engineered To Order (ETO) centers in Elizabeth, Pennsylvania, USA; Singapore; Smithfield, NSW, Australia; Nuremberg, Germany and Assendelft, Netherlands. Our service centers are ISO 9001:2000 certified and can be found in North America; England, Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands; Australia, Singapore and Korea; Brazil; and South Africa. We also have distribution centers in North America, Netherlands, Singapore and Brazil, which stock parts and replacement pumps.
Many processes in the food and beverage industry can be optimized by the use of vacuum technology. NASH liquid ring vacuum pumps are used to lift and hold objects, and then to release the object - a process that can be found in all modern finishing facilities. In addition, NASH pumps are used to remove air during food packaging, which extends the shelf life of the food, and also eliminates odors