The Pulsometer steam pump is a pistonless pump which was patented in 1872 by American Charles Henry Hall. In 1875 a British engineer bought the patent rights of the Pulsometer and it was introduced to the market soon thereafter. The invention was inspired by the Savery steam pump invented by Thomas Savery.Where did Pulsometer Engineering come from?
From this came the birth of the Company as it is known today. The Company moved from London to new premises in Reading, UK and expanded rapidly. Pulsometer Engineering joined Sigmund Pumps of Gateshead making one of the largest pump companies in Europe, known as Sigmund Pulsometer Pumps, SPP for short.When did Sigmund Pulsometer become spp?
In 1901 the company moved from London to Reading, Berkshire. In 1961 Pulsometer merged with Sigmund Pumps of Gateshead to form Sigmund Pulsometer Pumps. SPP Pumps Ltd became one of the largest pump company's in Europe. SPP Pumps Ltd is now part of Kirloskar Brothers Ltd .Who are the largest pump companies in Europe?
Pulsometer Engineering joined Sigmund Pumps of Gateshead making one of the largest pump companies in Europe, known as Sigmund Pulsometer Pumps, SPP for short. SPP acquired Henry Sykes plc, another rapidly expanding pump company, adding the famous 'Sykes' pumps to its range.