PULSCO's founder, William Everett, installed the first surge control system in 1922. In the mid 1950's, Pulsation Controls Corporation was founded in Santa Paula, California.
In 1969, the company was sold to American Air Filter and moved the operation to Louisville, Kentucky. Tolo Incorporated purchased the surge control and pulsation dampener product lines in 1982 and moved the company back to Orange County, California.
During the early 1970's PULSCO founder William Everett and renowned artist Wendell Dowling developed and illustrated an Analogy for Surge Control of Waterhammer. The analogy makes use of a hapless train engine and a small group of equally ill-fated boxcars to help illustrate the catastrophic events that can occur during startups and shutdowns in an unprotected water piping system.
PULSCO reentered the vent and line silencer market in 1986, with an exclusive marketing arrangement with Fisher Control Corporation.
Advanced Technology Company acquired PULSCO in 1999 and remains as the current parent company. Advanced Technology Company, with capabilities in electron beam welding, manual/automatic TIG welding, laser processing, vacuum furnace brazing and CNC machining, has been manufacturing industrial and aerospace products to PULSCO specifications for a number of years.
Today, PULSCO is located in Irvine, California providing engineered solutions for fluid pulsation, noise, and surge control.
Our company is proud of being a pioneer of surge arrestor and pulsation dampener methods of pressure transient and pulsation control. For over 80 years, PULSCO has been designing and manufacturing surge arresting and pulsation dampening products to customer specifications. Our expertise spans several industries and offers our customers the assurance of knowledgeable personnel, seasoned products and industry proven solutions for their surge, pulsation and noise problems. PULSCO maintains a company heritage of quality and performance.
As a leader in the field surge and pulsation dampening, we recognize that constant research and development is required to stay on the cutting edge. PULSCO was the first to employ digital computer modeling techniques to design surge control systems and analog computer techniques for the design of pulsation control equipment.
With proven engineering skills and industrial know-how, we continue to create cost effective, customized solutions that ensure operating requirements are achieved for each of our customers. Our policy is one of continuous product research and improvement in order to meet the changing needs of our customers.