H. Mueller arrives in Decatur, IL and opens business.
Mueller patents water/gas main tapping machine.
Established and shipped first rotary type water machine.
Providence Steam & Gas Pipe Co. is combined with sprinkler manufacturers from New York and Ohio to form General Fire Extinguisher Co. Frederick Grinnell is named president.
Mueller introduces the first gas shutoff valve as part of service tree connection.
General Fire Extinguisher Co. becomes Grinnell Co.
Mueller introduces copper plumbing and flare connections for domestic use.
Pratt introduces first rubber seated butterfly valves.
Mueller introduces mechanical gas line stopper.
Mueller patents tamper-proof gas valve.
Gruvlok line of grooved fittings is introduced.
Walter Industries, Inc. acquires Mueller Water Products, Inc. formerly a privately held leading supplier of flow control products, for an aggregated value of approximately $1.91 billion, and combines with U.S. Pipe and Foundry.
Mueller Water Products, Inc. spun off as a seperate, publicy held company.
Mueller Water Products expands its leak detection and pipe condition assessment capabilities with the acquisition of Echologics Holdings, the parent company of Echologics Engineering Inc. Mueller introduces Mi.Hydrant, helping to expand the capabilities of the Mi.Net™ System.
Mueller Water Products divests U.S. Pipe.