Albarrie is the successor to its founding parents in North America and Europe with a history tracing back to the 17th century. Albarrie is here because we have been fortunate in receiving the benefits that we have inherited from the companies and organizations that preceded us, including:
Kenyons of Lancashire, England. (1664 - 1968)
Albany Felt, of Albany, New York, U.S.A., and the Standish Family. (1895 - 1969)
Nordiska Maskin Felt, of Halmstadt, Sweden, and the Westerberg Family. (1905 - 1969)
Appleton Wire, of Appleton, Wisconsin, U.S.A., and the Buchanan Family. (1895 -1969)
Heathcoat and Company (Holdings) Limited, of Devon, England. (1808 - 2000)
Adjacent to basement walls and other structures, Albarrie’s provide a positive barrier to water which can accumulate behind the wall, allowing removal of the water through a properly designed drain behind the wall.
Composite Lining Systems
For waste and liquids containment, the most effective liners are comprised of geomembrane/low permeability soil composites. In addition, the primary benefit of geomembrane/clay composite is derived from intimate contact of two layers. Albarrie’s GCLs provide all of the benefits of the geomembrane/clay interface without the significant difficulties inherent in the placement of multi-lift clay liners.
High Efficiency Cleaning (HEC)
AES specializes in the cost optimization of your Jet-Pulse or Plenum Pulse Baghouse and its filter bag media. By using the Insitu Bag cleaning service your filter-media's life can be extended to more than twice its expected life span. The service is performed with very minimal shutdown and delays the need to replace bags and cages, saving time and money.