Dover company acquires Fairfield-based maker of air and vacuum systems

A Dover-based maker of wires and other electrical components has acquired a Fairfield-based medical air and vacuum system design and manufacturing company, it announced recently.

Daburn Electronics said EMSE will now operate as a division of Daburn and expand its operations in Fairfield.

“EMSE has satisfied customers by delivering high-quality medical air and vacuum systems for over 30 years,” Ed Flaherty, Daburn’s CEO and president, said in a prepared statement. “Daburn’s Sico Systems Control division has been an integral part of this success. This acquisition will allow EMSE and Sico Systems Control to continue to delight customers as one company.

“We have added staff at EMSE so that additional best-in-class products are available to customers while continuing to support fielded systems.”

Added EMSE General Manager Claudio Radossi: “The acquisition is very positive for our customers. With Daburn Electronics’ support behind us, we can leverage the benefits of a larger organization to further improve our R&D, product development and customer service.”

And colleague Joe Guilini, operations manager at EMSE, said: “The Sico Systems Control division of Daburn has provided the brains behind our systems since EMSE was founded. Being part of one organization with additional resources will allow us to focus quickly on customer needs and develop the right products for customers going forward.”