AirClean is a Seattle-based company founded in 1999. Our original focus was to provide engineering support and process equipment to a core group of customers in the Pacific Northwest.
In 2004, we started targeting our engineering efforts to the industrial energy market. Since then we’ve grown our staff and established our own fabrication facility, giving us the necessary tools to design-build for domestic and international projects. We take pride in our work and hope to create a solution for your company.
Bill Hunter, P.E. (B.S. Marine Engineering, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy): AirClean’s founder and co-owner, West Coast Office. Bill is a registered professional engineer in the state of Washington and the principal engineer for AirClean. He is a trainer on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy and the United Nations International Development Organization.
Patrick Paul (B.S. Electrical Engineering, Gonzaga University): AirClean co-owner and CEO, East Coast Office. Pat was previously the owner of Dustex for 18 years, providing air-pollution-control systems to industrial, utility and institutional facilities. He is a specialist in customizing energy-efficiency solutions as well as air-pollution control.
Chris Dayton, P.E. (B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University): Engineering Manager, West Coast Office. Chris has over 24 years of experience in boiler plant equipment design and supply. He worked previously for Jansen Combustion, a company specializing in combustion efficiency. He has been with AirClean since 2013.
Eric Hille (B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Washington State University): Production Manager, West Coast Office. Eric has been with AirClean since 2007, providing management of our shop fabrication. He also provides project management and design engineering support.
Sammie Getz (B.A. Communications and Journalism, University of Wyoming): Office Manager, West Coast Office. Sammie has been with AirClean since 2011, providing management of our office. She also assists in marketing, accounts receivable and accounts payable.