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The '''Thermoid Rubber Company '''was founded in 1881 by Allen and Frank A. Magowan in Trenton, New Jersey. Its industry was brake lining and tires and its headquarters were in Trenton, New Jersey (1881-1958), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1958-1987), Bellefontaine, Ohio (1987-1999) and Dublin, Ohio (1999-present). In 1958, the company was acquired by the [[H. K. Porter Company]] and consolidated with its Quaker Rubber division, renamed the Thermoid division. In 1967, manufacturing was moved from Trenton to Bellefontaine, Ohio. A new company, [[HBD Industries, Inc.]], was spun off from H. K. Porter in 1988 and acquired the Thermoid division.
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The '''Thermoid Rubber Company '''was founded in 1881 by Allen and Frank A. Magowan in Trenton, New Jersey. Its industry was brake lining and tires and its headquarters were in Trenton, New Jersey (1881-1958), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1958-1988), Bellefontaine, Ohio (1988-1999) and Dublin, Ohio (1999-present). In 1958, the company was acquired by the [[H. K. Porter Company]] and consolidated with its Quaker Rubber division, renamed the Thermoid division. In 1967, manufacturing was moved from Trenton to Bellefontaine, Ohio. A new company, [[HBD Industries, Inc.]], was spun off from H. K. Porter in 1988 and acquired the Thermoid division.
   
 
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Revision as of 01:47, 6 February 2020

The Thermoid Rubber Company was founded in 1881 by Allen and Frank A. Magowan in Trenton, New Jersey. Its industry was brake lining and tires and its headquarters were in Trenton, New Jersey (1881-1958), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1958-1988), Bellefontaine, Ohio (1988-1999) and Dublin, Ohio (1999-present). In 1958, the company was acquired by the H. K. Porter Company and consolidated with its Quaker Rubber division, renamed the Thermoid division. In 1967, manufacturing was moved from Trenton to Bellefontaine, Ohio. A new company, HBD Industries, Inc., was spun off from H. K. Porter in 1988 and acquired the Thermoid division.

COMPANY NAMES

Trenton Rubber Company (1881-1909)

Thermoid Rubber Company (1909-1929)

Thermoid Company (1929-1958)

Thermoid Division (1958-1986)

Thermoid, Inc. (1986-1988)

Thermoid/HBD Industries, Inc. (1988-2004)

HBD/Thermoid, Inc. (2004-present)

PRODUCTS

  • Thermoid Crolide Compound Tires
  • Thermoid-Hardy Universal Joints
  • Thermoid Hydraulic Compressed Brake Lining