Sidco Filter announces the acquisition of Roome Technologies

2021-12-06 12:08:04 By : Ms. Rose Peng

Buffalo, New York, November 30, 2021/PRNewswire/ - Fairchild Capital Partners, LLC's portfolio company Sidco Filter Company ( announces the acquisition of Manchester-based Roome Technologies, Inc. Sidco Filter , NY is a leading industrial filter manufacturer, specializing in replacing filter elements for air and gas applications, and producing OEM filters for various equipment manufacturers. Roome Technologies was founded by David Roome in 1999 and is headquartered in Honeoye, New York. It is a leading manufacturer of high efficiency filters for the medical, clean room, aerospace and indoor air purifier industries.

"We are very happy to work with the Sidco team. The two companies have a long-term relationship, which is a match made in heaven," said David Rum.

"The ability to leverage the combined capabilities of the two companies and the opportunities to expand into new markets and channels makes this transaction very attractive. The acquisition of Roome will enable Sidco to better serve our customers and substantially increase our The core products are supplied in various air filtration and air purification fields, including HEPA, MERV grade, ULPA, activated carbon, etc.," said Andrea FitzGerald, the founder of Sidco Filter.

Since 1997, Sidco has been manufacturing high-quality industrial filter element replacement parts and industrial filter housings for air and gas applications. Sidco has invested a lot of money over the years to build its extensive cross-reference database, and now, the company's branded products can exchange filters with more than 100 common brands and more than 10,000 OEM competitor part numbers. Sidco filter elements and filter housings are proudly manufactured in the United States. For more information about Sidco, please visit

About Fairchild Capital Partners Co., Ltd.:

Fairchild Capital Partners, LLC is a private equity firm located in Buffalo, New York, focusing on investing in companies operating in the mid- and low-end markets. Fairchild seeks to work with companies that typically have revenues between 5 million and 75 million U.S. dollars. These companies are led by a strong entrepreneurial management team for acquisitions, management buyouts, family transitions, estate planning, capital restructuring, company divestitures, and growth and Funding for expansion. Please visit for more information.

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