Victaulic Acquires Globe Fire Sprinkler
EASTON, PA – Effective July 8, 2019, Victaulic has acquired Globe Fire Sprinkler. Combined, these two respected companies will have the resources and capabilities to bring exciting new solutions to the fire protection industry around the world.
“Victaulic brings additional financial resources to Globe, enabling added focus on innovation to support our customers and the industry,” commented Steven Worthington, who will continue to serve the combined organization as President, Globe Fire Protection commented.
John F. Malloy, CEO of Victaulic added, “The addition of Globe’s fire protection sprinkler volume and engineering capabilities will provide the scale and skills necessary to be a true leader in all aspects of the fire protection industry.”
This year Victaulic celebrates a century of innovation – 100 years since it was granted its first industry patent for mechanical pipe joining solutions. On its Centennial “Innoversary,” the company continues to develop and patent groundbreaking technologies, with a current portfolio of more than 2,000 patented solutions that transform the building and industrial construction industries, while driving new industry standards in performance and safety.
From the tallest buildings to the deepest mines, customers trust Victaulic products to increase overall system durability in the most demanding construction projects and operating conditions. Victaulic’s portfolio of 100,000+ products and patented technologies promote freedom of design, as well as simplified inspection and maintenance for the life of any system. With more than 4,000 employees and 55 international facilities, Victaulic helps customers in more than 120 countries succeed in the global construction industry.
About Globe Fire Sprinkler: Globe Fire Sprinklerhas been a family-owned fire sprinkler manufacturer with 105 years of continuous production of sprinklers and valves. The Globe name has persisted in its enduring identity since the introduction of the first Globe Issue “A” Sprinkler in 1914. Globe developed the earliest lever-fulcrum dry pipe valve, Globe Save All center strut sprinklers, and eventually became the first US company to utilize 5mm and 3mm Glass Bulbs in its commercial and residential sprinklers. Globe’s heritage as a leading sprinkler manufacturer is reflected in the introductions of the RCW, UM, UMC valves, and other new products the company develops to meet the demands of the world market.
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