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Atlas Preservative Co

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November 1922.
October 1923.

of Fraser Road, Erith, Kent. Telephone: Erith 2255 (2 lines). Telegraphic Address: "Deoxydizer, Erith". Cables: "Deoxydizer, London". (1937)

1937 Paint and chemical manufacturers and exporters. "Atlas" Hard Gloss Paints and Enamels. "Atlas" Wood Preservatives.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. "Atlas Rustkilla" Iron and Steel Paint. The Paint of Stamina! "Atlas" Special-Purpose Paints, designed to protect ferrous metals in the presence of acids, alkalis, heat, petrol, water, etc. "Atlas" Gasholder Paints, etc. (Stand No. D.723)

1942 Patent - Improvements in or relating to degreasing apparatus.

1965 Acquired by Castrol.[1]

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