1898 – Establishment of James Hurll & Co. Limited, importers of refractories
1924 – Norman J. Hurll & Co., incorporated in Sydney, holds the first meeting of Directors. Nature of business: Engineers Merchants.
1931 – Business was described as Gas Engineers and Merchants and later Gas and Combustion Engineers.
1932 – Melbourne based Norman J. Hurll & Co. (Victoria) Pty. Ltd formed, active in Gas Engineering and later in the Refractory installation fields
1943 – James Hurll dies 1944 – Mr Norman J. Hurll, a former assistant engineer, appointed Chairman and Managing Director
1971 – Acquisition by Boral. Norman J. Hurll & Co. (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
1973 – Establishment of Hurll Nu-Way Pty. Ltd., a joint venture with Nu-Way Ltd., U.K., handling the combustion business interests of Norman J. Hurll.
1989 – Establishment of Boral Nu-Way (NZ) LTD, handling the combustion products in New Zealand
1993 – Boral Nu-Way NZ renamed Nu-way Energy (NZ) Ltd.
1997 – Hurll businesses acquired by Nu-Way Ltd of U.K., a member of the UK Wolseley PLC group
1998 – Consolidation of all Australian Hurll businesses into one entity currently trading under the name Hurll Nu-Way Pty Ltd.
2001 – Wolseley PLC,the world’s largest trade distributor of plumbing and heating products and a leading supplier of building materials, consolidates its burner and boiler manufacturing businesses(which included all Hurll companies) and sells them to Enertech Ltd of UK, forming the Enertech Group. Enertech Group now includes the following companies:
Bentone, CTCand Osby Parka (Sweden),CTC Giersch (Switzerland), CTC Ferrofil (Norway),Giersch and Electro-Oil (Germany), Saint Roch (Belgium), Zaegel-Held (France), Nu-Way (UK), Nu-Way Energy (NZ) and Hurll Nu-Way (Australia).