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of Titanic Works, Lincoln.
1926 The firm made the Dewandre servo
1928 Clayton Dewandre Co was formed as a public company
1937 Remote control apparatus - vacuum or air pressure.
Maker of power braking systems and gearboxes for commercial vehicles
1961 General and motor component engineers, manufacturing air and vacuum brakes and breaking systems, air compressors, automatic brake adjusters, automatic chassis lubricators, "Clayton-Oetiker" brakes, filler caps for radiators and fuel tanks, heating and ventilating equipment, radiator shutters, power assisted steering equipment and wire-wound heat exchanger tubes. 1,800 employees.
1965 In view of the limited ability to expand at Bridge Foundry, acquired Cambrian Castings of Hirwaun, Abderdare, to provide extra capacity. Subsidiaries also included Varatio-Strateline Gears, and John Tann Ltd, which was being sold 
1977 Acquired by American Standard Inc