From air quality improvement to rotating equipment, AirTek can provide assistance with engineering, construction, and maintenance services.
Founded in 1988, AirTek Construction of Troy, Alabama is the premier supplier of air pollution control (APC) equipment and services for a wide range of customers in a variety of industries.
We approach work with a mental intensity honed from years of experience performing critical outage work. The same intensity is supplied to customer service, new equipment, spare parts, and everything we do. Safety is a core value and one of our competitive advantages. AirTek has a track record for repeat work that is unmatched in the industry, having completed almost 30 years of consecutive service for several customers.
How We Can Help
A precipitator rebuild is typically defined as the replacement of aged internals (collecting plates and
electrodes) in an existing casing. AirTek has been the go-to organization to perform this service for over 30 years. We have performed over 200 precipitator rebuilds and continue...
Parts & Equipment
If you need a commonly used precipitator part, chances are we have it. With two enclosed warehouses, over 200,000 square feet of storage space, and over $3 million in inventory on hand, we have the parts to service your ESP regardless of...
AirTek has the largest and most capable field service team to service your industrial equipment. Our
team has had extensive training and experience in precipitators, baghouses, scrubbers, conveyors,
We are based in Troy, AL (from which all services are directed). This includes our on-site warehouse with an inventory of over $3 million in critical spare parts. Our design and engineering staff include specialists that can execute repairs, upgrades, and have engineered hundreds of equipment rebuilds. Our fleet of field service engineers are directed from here and are available to assist in consulting and troubleshooting. The Troy office additionally serves as our field craft management location. We typically direct 250-300 Skilled craft during an outage season.