|Products||Air compressors, spray guns and related equipment|
Campbell Hausfeld is a manufacturer of air compressors and related products, based in Harrison, Ohio. It is a major subsidiary of the Scott Fetzer Company (also known as Scott & Fetzer) which in turn is part of Berkshire Hathaway. It is one of the oldest Ohio companies.
The company was founded in 1836 and manufactured farm equipment. In 1940 it acquired Joseph Hausfeld's company which was the manufacturer of an air-compressor called Pressure King and was renamed Campbell-Hausfeld. In 1971 Campbell Hausfeld was acquired by Scott Fetzer. Presently the company generates approximately one-third of the profits of the parent company and is running six product lines. The company also manufactures air tools, painting systems, winches, generators, pressure washers and spray guns.
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