Air Techniques, Inc., (ATI) is a leading manufacturer, marketing, environmental testing, and engineering firm specializing in air pollution, noise control, and energy recovery systems and products. ATI markets a cadre of equipment and services for air cleaning or conditioning, such as those used in industrial power generation including coal boilers, combustion turbine intake, exhaust steam production boilers, and general industry environmental control. Other applications include air cleaning equipment for process and combustion sources to produce kaolin and other minerals, pulp and paper manufacturing, wood and chemical industry products, aggregate and metal industries, as well as process dryers and kilns for cement production.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Air and Climate - Air Monitoring and Testing
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
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This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Air Techniques, Inc., (ATI) is a leading manufacturer, marketing, environmental testing, and engineering firm specializing in air pollution, noise control, and energy recovery systems and products.
ATI markets a cadre of equipment and services for air cleaning or conditioning, such as those used in industrial power generation including coal boilers, combustion turbine intake, exhaust steam production boilers, and general industry environmental control. Other applications include air cleaning equipment for process and combustion sources to produce kaolin and other minerals, pulp and paper manufacturing, wood and chemical industry products, aggregate and metal industries, as well as process dryers and kilns for cement production.
ATI’s equipment product lines complement each other, and together with our internal engineering and construction services, we can provide our clients with complete turnkey systems for their specific needs and applications. In addition to providing total system responsibility, we further serve our clients with maintenance and replacement equipment components.
In 1979, Wayne Norman started ATI as a manufacturer’s representative out of a spare bedroom in his home located in Atlanta, Ga. His entrepreneurial spirit and strategic vision brought large amounts of unexpected business during the first six months of his venture. Un-forecasted business development and success, forced ATIout of its spare bedroom environment to a leased office space where employees worked in high gear to meet heavy business demands. ATI’s first year brought voluminous orders in scrubber and baghouse systems for air pollution control systems, as well as six gas turbine silencer/stacks on a turnkey installed basis. Tremendous amounts of client requests, initiated the addition of stack testing services to ATI’s program.
The products represented by ATI then and now are very similar. In the beginning, ATI took pride in representing small quality producers that it believed in, however a number of clients were hesitant. Credibility grew quickly with the ATI name and the ATI reputation helped drive more business its way. In fact, customers were cautious to purchase fans, baghouses and related equipment unless it was part of an ATI system. Customers demanded their purchase of such products be exclusively backed with ATI’s guarantee and reputation, along with Mr. Norman’s signature on every offer. Fortunately, ATI exceeded its client’s expectations quickly and branded itself as the front-runner within the industr, moving into the systems business early in its rookie year. This was fortuitous asATI continues annually to provide construction services built around the products marketed by its sales group.
Today, ATI continues to market pollution control energy recovery and combustion equipment either as stand alone or packaged turnkey systems. The stack testing group has expanded to provide all phases of testing including instrumental testing with the mobile monitoring labs. These services have expanded to include CEM system service and the supply of stationary turnkey TP-CEM systems. Mr. Norman continues to be active in daily company operations and plays a key role in management and client relations. For over 25 years, he has added to and developed a trusted team of qualified and talented professionals who share in his corporate philosophy and vision, making ATI what it is today. The staff at ATI is eager to satisfy the most challenging customer requirements while delivering unsurpassed quality. ATI is dedicated to maintaining its personalized service that is and always has been synonymous with ATI since its beginning.
ATI has over 25 years of proven history in providing air quality solutions to its consumer publics in the Southeast. Our approach is to provide a sounding board of knowledge and experience in abatement strategies while dedicating ourselves to delivering the best approach for optimal solution recovery. We work with our clients to understand their needs, and then present the best technology for the application. Once a specific approach is selected,ATI delivers strategic solutions from its line of products and systems.
Specific applications of our represented Principals:
Process Emissions – Particulate, Fume, VOC/HAP’s
- Wet/Dry SO2, Wet/Dry Acid Gas Scrubbers
- Custom Wet Scrubbers
- Venturi, Packed Towers, Packed Trays
- Fabric Dust Collectors for combustion applications
- Single Stage, Multi Field Dry Electrostatic Precipitators
- Wet Electrostatic Precipitators
- VOC/HAP Abatement
- Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizers
- Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers
- Recuperative Thermal Oxidizers
- Catalytic Thermal Oxidizers
- Process NO/NO2 Abatement
- Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)
- Selective Non Catalytic Reduction (SNCR)
- Combination Strategies
- Multi-Stage Scrubbers
- Energy Recovery/Heat Transfer
- Fired Boilers
- Waste Heat Boilers
- Air to Air Heat Exchanger
- Process Burners/Air Heaters
- Miscellaneous related products
- Fans and Blowers
- Ash and dust handling equipment
- Dampers and Expansion Joints
- Dust/broken bag detectors
- Steel Stacks and concrete stacks
- Dry storage silos
Fugitive Emissions – Particulate, Mists (Acid/Oil)
- Wet Scrubbers
- Venturi, Packed Towers
- Fabric Dust Collectors
- High Temperature
- Cartridge Collectors
- Wet/Dry Two Stage Electrostatic Precipitators
- Mechanical Collectors