Company Details In 1896, Halsey W. Taylor lost his father to typhoid fever caused by contaminated water. Years later, as a plant superintendent for the Packard Motor Car Company, he noticed dysentery spreading quickly through the workers, and again suspected drinking water.
These personal experiences inspired him to dedicate his life to providing a safe drink of water in public places. In 1912 he developed and began producing at the Puritan Sanitary Fountain site in Ohio.
Today, you can find a Halsey Taylor water cooler or drinking fountain for just about any application. Their range includes contemporary styles and classic shapes, two-station units and outdoor fountains, plus models with a hands-free electronic sensor.
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