1921
The Vokes Filter Company is formed.

The Vokes Filter Company is formed.

1927
Vokes gain the sole license to manufacture air intake filters in Britain.

Vokes gain the sole license to manufacture air intake filters in Britain.

Vokes Filter Company gains sole license to manufacture Air Intake filters in Britain

1936
Vokes Ltd is launched as a public company

Vokes Ltd is launched as a public company

1941
Already a manufacturer of critical filtration components, the company relocates from central London to Henley Park in Surrey during World War II to protect production facilities.

Already a manufacturer of critical filtration components, the company relocates from central London to Henley Park in Surrey during World War II to protect production facilities.

2000
McLeod Russel acquires Vokes Air and Liquid Filtration Group – inheriting lube and fuel oil filters, steam-line and air intake filters.

McLeod Russel acquires Vokes Air and Liquid Filtration Group – inheriting lube and fuel oil filters, steam-line and air intake filters.

2003

SPX Corporation acquires McLeod Russel and relocates Vokes Liquid Filters from Henley Park to Killarney, Ireland, two years later.

2005

SPX Corp relocates Vokes Liquid filter to Killarney, Ireland

2015

SPX spins off its fluid and filtration system product lines, including Vokes, into a new company named SPX FLOW.

2020
Celeros Flow Technology

Celeros Flow Technology

Vokes are one of eight brands from the SPX FLOW Power & Energy Division to become Celeros Flow Technology.

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