Transair…a History of Excellence
Transair’s state-of-the-art technology has a long, successful history of quality and innovation.
- About Transair liquid piping History of Transair
- 1988 – Legris, a division of Groupe Legris Industries
- 1994 – Certified quality ISO 9001 certification of all Legris sites in France
- 1996 – 1997 – Creation of Legris Transair and Legris Autoline
- 2000– 2003– New sites and acquisition
- 2003– 2007– Tremendous Growth
- 2008– Transair Acquired by Parker Hannifin Corporation
Transair is the world’s leading manufacturer of connectors for compressed air distribution systems. Transiar designs, manufactures and sells innovative quick connect solutions (connectors, pipes and tubing) as well as accessories for compressed air, vacuum and inert gas.
Transair specializing in air pipe work systems for new projects, for renovation, extension or modification of existing systems and for point-of-use connection. We develop solutions that are specially designed to meet the requirements and constraints of all industrial applications.
Transair’s technology is well known for its high performance and is used in a wide range of industries: aerospace, food and beverage, automotive, chemicals, electronics, packaging, vehicle maintenance, clock and watch-making, printing, metal working, pharmaceutics, plastics, health, textiles, etc.
History of Transair
Transair SA began at a small valve making factory in 1848 in France.
In 1969- The invention and launching of the push in fitting. This concept has since been adopted worldwide. LF 3000 push-in connections from Legris SA were selected by a Jury of the trade Press as one of the “major innovations of the last 40 years”.
The creation of an industrial unit in Spain and a sales subsidiary in Great Britain marked our entry into the international markets. In the period between 1969 to 2002, Legris SA has established over 30 sales and industrial sites worldwide.
Marked the creation of Groupe Legris Industries, an international mechanical group quoted on the Paris Stock Exchange; Legris SA became a subsidiary of the Group
In the period between 1994 to 2000, 11 Legris SA sites worldwide have been certified ISO 9000.
As a result of the technology of push-in fittings, Legris SA designed, developed and launched under the Transair brand, compressed air pipe work systems which can be assembled immediately and are easily modified – “the intelligent compressed air systems”. The following year marked, creation of the Legris Autoline subsidiary, dedicated to the automobile 1st assembly activity (light vehicles and heavy goods vehicles).
Legris establishes itself for the first time in south-America with the creation of Legris Brazil. Then, Legris creates its 5th subsidiary in Asia: Legris India. With the purchase of the Bell-Hermetic company, (3rd German manufacturer of high pressure connections), Legris extended its activities to the hydraulic market and offers a wider range to its customers. 2003 – A subsidiary in South Africa Legris establishes itself for the first time in Africa with the creation of Legris South Africa.
Transair installed over 200,000 worldwide.
As part of the continuous development of our business, we are pleased to inform you that Legris SA featuring the product lines of Connectic, Transair and Autoline has been acquired by Parker Hannifin Corporation, the world’s leading diversified manufacturer of motion & control technologies and systems on October 1, 2008.
For more information, click on the link below:
Press release Parker Hannifin Corporation:
Press release Legris Industries Group: