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35 SOLID YEARS.


A MILESTONE IN OUR HISTORY OF SUCCESS.


1981 Hunter Industries was founded by irrigation industry pioneer Edwin J. Hunter. Ed developed the Series 75 rotor, Hunter's first rotary gear-driven sprinkler that later became the PGP. Ed's legacy and spirit of innovation laid the foundation for the continued growth of the Hunter family of companies.


2008 Custom Manufacturing offers individualized, quality-focused manufacturing solutions for various industries, ensuring that customers always get exactly what they’re looking for.


2009 FX Luminaire reveals an integrated line of LED fixtures and controls with zoning, dimming, and color capabilities.


2016 Holm's line of innovative fixtures emerges in the commercial and architectural markets.


2016 Senninger Irrigation and Hunter have been strategic partners since 2004. This year, Senninger, a manufacturer of agricultural irrigation products, joined Hunter’s family of companies.


YEARS


HONORING THE PAST. INNOVATING FOR THE FUTURE. We are proud of 35 years of success and thank our customers and partners for their on-going support. We will continue to build on our legacy of innovation with exciting new product introductions as we grow the company conscientiously and remain true to our corporate values.


RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL IRRIGATION | Built on Innovation® Learn more. Visit hunterindustries.com


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