American Standard was formed by the merger of three top notch companies: American Standard America, Eljer, and Crane Plumbing, but has roots going back to 1875 when the company was known as Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company. Many of the plumbing improvements in the earlier part of the 20th century were the byproducts of hard work and innovation at American Standard, including one piece toilets, built in tubs, combination faucets (that mix hot and cold water together), and the tarnish and corrosion proof chrome finish that is prevalent on brass fittings in the plumbing industry. As early as 1929, American Standard had become the world's biggest producer of bathroom fixtures and has continued its steady domination with a huge and loyal customer base. In the U.S., you will find that three out of every five homes has an American Standard plumbing fixture in place, and you will find American Standard products in a vast number of hotels, airports and stadiums across the country as well. American Standard sets the standard by which many companies direct their efforts with the philosophy that "innovation never stops, ingenuity never ceases, history never dates itself and needs never go unmet."
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