In 1906 Bobrick invented the first soap dispenser. Our founder, Lee Hanley was the first Bobrick representative in 1959. For 70 years we have helped shape the way restrooms are designed and function. Always seeking a better way, our motto of "reduce and reuse" is the genesis for products of exceptional quality. We manufacture in the USA using recycled materials. Along with our sister companies Gamco + Koala, enjoy the savings for your facilities by using our hands-free accessories and "life of the building" gapless phenolic and Sierra partitions.
William Elvis Sloan establishes Sloan Valve Company in 1906 in Chicago, ushering in the modern plumbing era with his invention of the revolutionary manual Royal® Flushometer. The Royal Flushometer is the first of its kind, designed to replace tank and chain fixtures. Unlike its predecessors, it requires less water and energy—a reliable flush unaffected by gravity. Every day around the world, Sloan products connect the systems that manage our planet’s most precious resource. As the world’s leading manufacturer of commercial plumbing systems, we’ve spent more than a century pioneering smart, water-saving restroom solutions that are built to last a lifetime. Sloan is committed to global water conservation. Sloan has partnered with healthcare facilities, restaurants, hotels, schools, office buildings and institutions around the world to save millions of gallons of water with low-flow, waterfree and reclaimed water technology.
Bemis started making their quality seats in Sheboygan Wisconsin. Ours is a family business that dates back to 1901. As the industry's leader, Bemis has made great innovations in an industry known for complacency. Our "Whisper Close" seats and "Sta-Tight" features are offered in the Bemis, Church + Olsonite brands. This is a great American company committed to protecting our environment.
Hadrian Manufacturing Inc. is a worldwide supplier of quality toilet partition and locker products. Hadrian was the first manufacturer to powder coat toilet partitions and has continued to embrace new technologies and materials in order to offer architects, designers and end-users more flexibility in design. Hadrian’s wide range of toilet partition products includes; powder coated metal, stainless steel, embossed stainless steel, and solid plastic. We also offer gapless, high privacy and our new Elite Max super high-privacy cubicles with 92” doors
Stiles + panel in Stainless steel and powder coated steel lockers are available in Emperor (corridor), Gladiator (athletic) and replacement front styles.
NAPCO, a Westlake company, is a leading polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe manufacturer across North America. Founded in 1992, NAPCO supplies a broad range of gasketed, solvent welded, and restrained joint pipes for a diverse range of markets including municipal water and sewer, residential plumbing, water well, agricultural irrigation, turf and mining. In August of 2016 Westlake purchase Plastic Trends Royal and put it under the NAPCO Pipe and Fittings Umbrella. As a Westlake company leading the plastics and resin industries,we will continue to innovate with technology and practical product advancements
In 1956, Mr. Willi Rost emigrated from his native Stuttgart, Germany, to the United States. He and his wife, Ursula, founded Dura Plastics in 1962 in West Covina, California. In 1969, Mr. and Mrs. Rost moved the company to its current global headquarters location in Beaumont, California. Presently, the day-to-day operations of the company are overseen by their two sons, Hardy and Kevin. The company manufactures and distributes approximately 2,800 different types of PVC piping components. Dura Plastics has two manufacturing facilities in the United States; one in Beaumont, California and the second in Celina, Tennessee. National and international operations, sales and distribution are performed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to earn your business.
Sioux Chief was founded by the late Ed Ismert in 1957. His vision was to provide quality, time saving products for the plumber, made in the USA. Headquartered in Peculiar MO., we manufacture 90% of what we sell in Missouri. From Ed's first copper stubs in 1963, to our hammer arresters and the Finish Line drain system, no other company in our industry has had such profound effect on the plumbing business.