Honeywell Manuals


This american multinational conglomerate company produces a variety of commercial and customer products, engineering services and aerospace systems for a wide variaty of customers, from private consumers to major corporations and governments. The company operates three business-units, known as a Strategic Business Unit-Aerospace, Automation Controls and Solutions (ACS), and Performance Materials and Technologies (PTM). The company was founded in 1906, in Wabash, Indiana, by Mark Honeywell. The company was originally named as “Honeywell Heating Speciality Company”, and it manufactured and marketed the mercury seal generators. As the company grew, it began to clash with the renamed “Minneapolis Heat Regulator Company”. Honeywell named its first president, W.R. Sweatt as its first chairman. W.R. Sweatt and his son Harold provided 75 years of uninterrapted leadership for the company. 1927-1985 are years of the international expansion and acquisition of Minneapolis-Honeywell. Having survived from the Depression, Minneapolis-Honeywell was approached by the US military for engineering and manufacturing projects. On October 5, 1942 Honeywell opened an Aero division in Chicago. Honeywell’s products are: Honeywell RQ-16 T-Hawk, RUR-5 ASROC, Wagtail, Honeywell AIDC products and Intermec Products. 1986-1999 were years of the integration of Honeywell to Aerospace and Home&Buildings Controls. 1999-2002 were years for Honeywell’s Corporate Takeovers. The current “Honeywell International Inc.” is the product of a merger between AlliedSignal and Honeywell Inc. Although AlliedSignal was twice the size of Honeywell, the combined company chose the name “Honeywell” because of its superior brand recognition. Headquarters are located in Morris Plains, New Jersey, USA. The number of employees is over 127,000 persons.

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