Fives North American Combustion Company History Timeline


1917– North American Manufacturing Company was founded in Cleveland, Ohio.


1920 – Pillard Frères was created by A. and M. Pillard brothers in France.


1929 – North American invented the industry’s first dual fuel burner, giving customers the flexibility to burn either gas or oil without changing out the combustion equipment.


1969 – Pillard became a subsidiary of Fives.


1976 – ITAS was created and soon became well known as a manufacturer of combustion plants for textiles, ceramics and printing.


1977 – ITAS entered the international market and quickly met success with significant orders for VOC emission treatment, turnkey plants and flares.


1989 – Pillard patented the RotaFlam® burner and installed it first at the Lägerdorf cement plant in Germany


1996 – North American introduced the Magna Flame™ LE / LEx product line providing customers with single digit NOx and CO emission on a wide range of processes .


2008 – North American Manufacturing Company became a subsidiary of Fives and changed name to Fives North American Combustion Inc.


2009 – The new Pillard NovaFlam® burner was developed for rotary kilns.


2014 – ITAS became a subsidiary of Fives changed name to Fives ITAS

2014 – Fives gathered all its activities under a single brand and created 19 business lines.

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