Lee Company buys micropump maker TTP Ventus

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The Lee Company, a specialist in miniature precision fluid control products, has acquired micropump manufacturer TTP Ventus Limited from TTP Group.

An UltraSlim Disc Pump from TTP Ventus.
An UltraSlim Disc Pump from TTP Ventus.

Based near Cambridge, UK, TTP Ventus is an inventor and manufacturer of silent, compact micropumps and pump modules for the medical, life science, environmental and industrial sectors. These products complement The Lee Company’s existing broad range of miniature fluid control components widely utilized across the same industries.

“TTP Ventus brings exciting new technology to The Lee Company, enhancing our offering in the strategically important life science and medical markets,” said Bill Lee, president and CEO of The Lee Company. “The renamed Lee Ventus will become the eleventh production group for The Lee Company and the fourth member of the Electro Fluidic Systems (EFS) division. Our customers will now have even greater performance range and precision control of pressure and flow conditions in both liquid and pneumatic applications.”

 

“We’re delighted with this successful outcome for TTP Ventus as it enters an exciting new phase in its growth,” said James McCrone, head of business operations at TTP Group. “Under TTP Group’s incubation the team have transformed an innovative technology into an exciting new product and a successful business. The Lee Company’s established leadership in precision fluidic control and their global sales reach makes them the ideal acquisition partner.”

Lee Ventus will continue operations in the UK, becoming The Lee Company’s first international production unit.