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International Code Council Sprinkler Resolution
In September 2008, the International Code Council passed a resolution making sprinklers mandatory in all new one-family and two-family homes in the United States, providing increased protection for potential victims of future fires.
Cooney Manufacturing is the lead trim kit provider for the largest worldwide supplier of sprinkler valves.
All work performed by Cooney Manufacturing and their affiliate, Cooney Brothers, is performed in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Cooney Manufacturing: A Family Affair
Cooney Brothers, Inc. began operations in 1937 as a piping and plumbing wholesaler. As the business expanded and diversified, new products and services were introduced, and an in-house fabrication shop for metal hose assemblies was established.
In the mid 1980s, Cooney Brothers developed a manufacturing arm to complement its fabrication shop with the development of the Cooney Hose Station product line. Further expansion of the manufacturing operations led to the introduction of a fitting, valve and pipe nipple "accessory packaging department" to custom package accessory kits for large OEMs. Capabilities expanded to include production of piping sub-assemblies, and Cooney Manufacturing was created as a division of Cooney Brothers.
Our manufactured product range includes accessory kits and sub-assemblies for OEMs; flexible metal hose assemblies, spool pieces, manifolds, headers and other welded/brazed piping assemblies, and mixing stations and accessories for washdown.
The latest exciting development in the company's evolution involved the relocation of Cooney Manufacturing to a new state-of-the-art facility in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. The move allows room to grow and prosper for all divisions of Cooney Brothers/Cooney Manufacturing.
"Cooney Manufacturing has been a valuable and extremely reliable supplier and partner for nearly 10 years. They are conscientious and responsive. They work with us to manage and reduce inventory, looking at cost savings opportunities and innovative approaches to product improvements."
Paul Frentzen, Materials Manager
Tyco Fire Products