Charles and Theophil Gebauer found Gebauer Company in Cleveland, Ohio. The two develop a metal jet stream dispensing tube, one of the world’s first commercially marketed aerosol containers, which is patented for use with the company’s first product: Gebauer's Ethyl Chloride®.Learn More
In 1906, Charles Gebauer patents one of the industry’s first general anesthesia inhaling devices for use with Ethyl Chloride. In 1914, the iconic product ships off with the troops to the front lines of World War I and, a couple decades later, World War II.Learn More
The Rose Family, manufacturers of Zemo liquid and paste products, acquires the Gebauer Company. Under guidance from Dr. Janet Travell, the Gebauer Company produces Fluori-Methane® in 1960.Learn More
Gebauer focuses on exploring new opportunities to expand its patient comfort line, and evolve with the changing requirements of the environment and healthcare market.Learn More
Gebauer’s Ethyl Chloride® ACCU-STREAM 360™ with Sure Lock Technology™ is introduced, and allows spray from almost any angle with a safety locking ring to help prevent accidental spraying. In 2015, Gebauer Company adds Gebauer’s Pain Ease® in a new single patient package to their extensive product line.