Hayward Tyler have a wonderful heritage that stretches back to the early part of the 19th Century. The founding of the company was in 1815, close to the end of the Napoleonic War.
In the early part of its history, Hayward Tyler manufactured mineral water machinery, hydraulic presses, water closets and day to day plumbing accessories. Later, in 1903, Hayward Tyler developed the first automobile at its factory in Luton but sadly a serious fire destroyed the prototype.
Before the first world war the company started to manufacture submersible motors and pumps and these were later followed by high pressure pumps that would be used in Nuclear Power stations.
Today Hayward Tyler are proud to be world leaders in motor and pump technology. Please select from the adjacent links for more heritage information.