About Serec Corporation

Serec Corporation is an American-owned company, based in Rhode Island. We have a single mission – to solve industrial parts cleaning challenges through unique research, innovative engineering and high quality manufacturing in an environmentally sound manner for today and tomorrow.

Over the years, the Serec Airless™ Vacuum Systems have been perfected in performance, reliability, and quality. The systems have earned the reputation as "The Best Cleaning Systems" due to their superior performance resulting from our innovative closed loop vacuum technology and low emission levels.

Serec Corporation, developed several U.S. patents supporting the revolutionary Airless™ vacuum technology, including:

  • Dry cleaning degreasing system, Patent No. 5,702,535
  • Filter regeneration system, Patent No. 5,630,434
  • Solvent cleaning systems, Patent No. 5,538,025
  • Cleaning method and system, Patent No. 5,469,876
  • Cleaning method & system, Patent No. 5,240,507
  • Closed circuit solvent cleaning system, application No. 08/965,357 Trademark No. 2,094,192

At Serec, we are committed to meeting, and exceeding, regulatory and environmental requirements. Our Airless™ vacuum systems, utilizing closed loop technology, generate near zero emissions, 99.9% solvent recovery, and minimize energy usage. Systems installed in California, have been certified by the Los Angeles South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), the most stringent air quality governing body in the nation and have met the environmental requirements of BACT, LEAR, MACT, and NESHAP.

Our company's history is noted below.

1992 - Serec Corporation introduced the Airless™ Vacuum Cleaning system into US market
2002 - Tiyoda-Serec Corporation, was formed to leverage synergies
2004 - Tiyoda-Serec Corporation diversified into a total solutions cleaning company.
2010 - Tiyoda-Serec Corporation renamed to Serec Corporation. Our company is 100% American owned.

Northeast Fabricators - a subsidiary of Serec Corporation, co-located in North Kingstown, Rhode Island facility - fabricates pressure vessels to meet the ASME, Section 8, Division 1 certifications. For more information, visit the website at www.NEFabricators.com.