Brand History and Description –
George Westinghouse established Westinghouse Electric in 1886 at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Westinghouse Electric specialized in making electrical infrastructure machines such as generators, switchgear, motors, and turbines. Together with George Westinghouse, the other stalwarts that worked for this company included William Stanley, Frank Conrad, Nikola Tesla, Benjamin Garver Lamme, Vladimir Zworykin, Stephen Timoshenko, and Oliver B. Shallenberger. This company was a competitor of Thomas Edison’s electric company which later merged with General Electric.