Squire Patton Boggs has advised the shareholders of Alpha Instrumatics on the sale of the business to Halma Plc, a global group of life-saving technology companies.
The team advising on the transaction was led by Corporate partner David Milne, and included fellow partner Paul Mann, director Louise Parker and associates Josh Astill-Headley and Amelia Sharkey.
Based in Bradford, UK, Alpha Instrumatics designs and manufactures devices for high-precision measurement of moisture found in gases. Trace moisture analysis allows the safer operation of industrial equipment, more efficient transfer of hydrocarbons, and more accurate detection of pollutants. Alpha Instrumatics’ devices are used in growth markets, including the industrial gas and aerospace markets, as well as industries aligned to the energy transition.
Hami Patel of Alpha Instrumatics commented: “The expert guidance from Squire Patton Boggs was invaluable in helping to bring about the successful completion of this transaction and we would like to thank the team for their support. Alpha Instrumatics has an ambitious growth strategy and the investment from Halma will help accelerate growth by providing broader market reach through their adjacent end markets.”
David Milne added: “We’re pleased to have been able to support the shareholders of Alpha Instrumatics on the sale of the business and look forward to seeing it continue to flourish as part of a larger group.”