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Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools

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of Belle Vue Works, Manchester

Subsidiary of Radiation.

1926 Radiation disposed the industrial section of their furnace business, hitherto carried on at Grappenhall Works, Warrington, together with the business of Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools to Messrs. S. N. and E. R. Brayshaw. The Brayshaw Company acquired additional works to deal with its furnace trade. Its milling cutter and small tool products were from now on manufactured at its Mulberry-street, Manchester, works.[1]

1937 Industrial furnace makers.

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers.

1939 E. Russell Brayshaw and Shipley N. Brayshaw were managing directors.

1966 Wellman Incandescent Furnace Co purchased the designs and goodwill of Brayshaw Furnaces Ltd[2].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1926/11/26
  2. The Times, 26 September 1966