History

Weston Fulton

In 1902, Weston Fulton, a University of Tennessee meteorologist created a thermodynamic device he named the sylphon after the Norse Goddess of weather. The device revolutionized industry world wide. It helped the Allied forces develop the depth charge in World War I and the Norden Bomb sight of World War II. In fact, the device spawned so many inventions that the U.S. Patent Office had to give sylphon-related spin-offs their own special section.

U.S. Patents

January Newsletter

January 2014

October Newsletter

October 2013

Fulton Bellows New Operating Schedule

Effective Monday 7/29/13, Fulton Bellows’ new operating schedule will be MONDAY through THURSDAY from 6:00 am until 4:30 pm.

Fulton Bellows – Special Olympics Tennessee

Special Olympics Tennessee

Aviation Controls – Fulton Agreement

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Bellows Maker, One of Knoxville’s Oldest Companies

Click here to visit Knoxville News Sentinel to read all about it.

Click here to read how Fulton’s prestige in the industry carried the company through the tough times.

January Newsletter

January 2014

October Newsletter

October 2013

Fulton Bellows New Operating Schedule

Effective Monday 7/29/13, Fulton Bellows’ new operating schedule will be MONDAY through THURSDAY from 6:00 am until 4:30 pm.

Fulton Bellows – Special Olympics Tennessee

Special Olympics Tennessee

Aviation Controls – Fulton Agreement

Read here.

Bellows Maker, One of Knoxville’s Oldest Companies

Click here to visit Knoxville News Sentinel to read all about it.

Click here to read how Fulton’s prestige in the industry carried the company through the tough times.