Our Industrial Division is focused on engineering and manufacturing premier system components for dry bulk material processing equipment, pneumatic conveyors, and dust collectors. We are recognized for our superior Rotary Airlock Valves, Sanitary Airlock Valves, Double Flap Gate Valves, and Pneumatic Screw Pumps that handle your toughest application. We also manufacture Gravity Diverters, Slide Gates and Blowers. No other company offers every system component for air process/bulk material handling systems under one roof like we do.
During the 1920’s, William W. Meyer, Sr. worked for Roots Blower in Connersville, Indiana. He was a hard working employee, but he dreamed of owning his own business. So in 1933, armed with his experience servicing blowers and pumps, Bill Meyer set out on his own. His new venture, General Blower Company, began manufacturing centrifugal fans for industrial ventilation, pneumatic conveying, dust collection and gas boosting in Chicago, Illinois.
espite the Depression and World War II, Bill Meyer’s business continued to succeed. Developing new product lines that included insulation blowing machines and vacuum collection systems, General Blower had become an equipment manufacturer in its own right.
In 1946, a subsidiary business, Meyer, was established and began offering equipment services from a small shop in Skokie, Illinois. In addition to service, Meyer purchased used air-moving equipment, rebuilt it, and then sold it for substantially less than the cost of new equipment. Also, to give customers the option of purchasing new equipment, Meyer became an agent and distributor for other manufacturers including Sutorbilt Blower (known today as Gardner Denver).
In 1959, General Blower was sold and Meyer continued to manufacture dry bulk material processing equipment, dust collectors, rotary airlock feeders, insulation blowing machines and vacuum collection systems from their current location in Libertyville.
Today, Meyer & Sons, Inc., is a world leader in the manufacture of dry bulk material processing equipment, pneumatic conveyors, dust collectors, insulation blowing machines and vacuum collection systems.
By continuing Bill Meyer’s tradition of developing innovative machinery and committing to the highest standards of quality, craftsmanship and customer service, the company he founded has continued to grow steadily into its second, third and now fourth generation of family ownership.
Our mission is to exceed your expectations as a preeminent manufacturer of exceptionally high quality, innovative and intelligently engineered equipment. We concentrate on providing you with value-added solutions whether you are looking for system components for air process/bulk material handling systems, a residential contractor or professional air duct-cleaning provider.
Our vision is to position Meyer as the foremost manufacturer of system components for air process/bulk material handling systems, insulation removal vacuums/blowing machines for those involved with residential insulation needs, and air duct cleaning equipment for professional residential and commercial cleaning services. Every decision that we make today is based on a long-term growth strategy that includes hiring decisions, training programs, and impeccable customer service.
We strongly believe in building and supporting our community and the communities around us. Each year, Meyer supplies and installs insulation in houses for Habitat for Humanity
. With each project, Meyer encourages its employees to spend the day installing insulation to not only learn about our product, but also experience the joy of providing to those in need.
We are a proud supporter and customer of Rags Of Honor; a Chicago-based, top-quality screen-printing organization that has the mission of providing employment and services to homeless veterans. All the proceeds Rags Of Honor receives go directly to employing the veterans who are producing the garments at the Rags Of Honor facility. In addition, we have partnered with Rags Of Honor to help employ veterans in need of jobs in the North suburbs of Chicago. To learn more, please click a logo below.