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History Of Hill Pumps

History Of Hill PumpsManufacturers of Fluid Transfer Equipment for over 175 Years

Ernest H. Hill Ltd was established as an engineering and manufacturing company in 1841.
Founded and still based in Sheffield, England, a name synonymous with fine quality and sound engineering practice, Hill have been involved in the innovation, design and manufacture of fluid transfer equipment for the last 175 years.

Amongst the early products, under the long established trademark Nesthill, was an air compressor pump designed for a veterinary surgeon John Boyd Dunlop which was developed to inflate the prototype pneumatic tyre he had invented for his bicycle.
In 1907, the company was one of the earliest to incorporate as a Limited Liability Company and became, and continues to be, at the forefront of fluid transfer technology.

Hill Pumps Today

Company Profile

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Hill's commitment to quality and service is as high as ever. Equipment is now designed and created using the latest 3D mechanical design and modelling software. Production is controlled by the latest high-performance resource management software, and logistics and communications are effected using state-of-the-art electronic commerce technology.
Responsive and pro-active in research and development, Hill are able to react quickly to market changes. Supporting a comprehensive range of fluid transfer products that are exported to every corner of the world; our current markets are as diverse as they have always been. Today Hill fluid transfer equipment, much of which is branded in the customer's image is ubiquitous in automotive and industrial lubrication, petrochemical, industrial, agricultural and aerospace fluid transfer situations.
Hill Pumps Factory & Office

Hill Pumps Factory & Office

In Spring of 2017 Ernest H. Hill Ltd moved into new premises on Longacre Way, located on a modern Industrial Estate, in the Steel City of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England.

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