Founded in 1949 by Lewis J. Palm and established in Oswego, New York, our founder’s values still guide our business approach. Lewis J. Palm invented the vertical tubeless boiler in 1949 and it gained rapid acceptance as the premier small steam boiler for applications such as baking, sterilising, and dry-cleaning. To date, over 100,000 vertical tubeless boilers have been shipped worldwide, with many of the boilers still in operation. The companies are still owned and directed by the Palm family.
Fulton 50For the UK, the Fulton name has been synonymous with heat transfer products since the company was established in Bristol in 1966. It is still recognised as one of the world’s leading manufacturers, producing an unrivalled range of multi-fuel-fired heat transfer solutions, which are increasingly ordered by customers as part of bespoke turnkey systems designed to meet exacting specifications.