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Cruse Controllable Superheater Co

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Cruse Controllable Superheater Co of 5, Blackfriars Street, Manchester.

1900 Superheater and Separator. Article and details in 'The Engineer'

1903 'The contract for the full equipment of superheaters the Manors Power Station of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Corporation Tramways undertaking has been awarded to Messrs. the Cruse Controllable Superheater Company, Blackfriars, Manchester. A set of three superheaters, fitted some 18 months ago under the specification of Mr. Charles Hopkinson, M.I.C.E., M.I.E.E., has completely justified this gentleman's confidence in the Cruse system of superheating, and this contract is the outcome.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Thursday 26 February 1903