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Crypton Triangle

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1968 Thorn Electrical Industries acquired Triangle of Hyde, and amalgamated it with Crypton Equipment to form Crypton Triangle[1].

1970 Thorn sold Crypton Triangle to Tube Investments[2].

1970s Development of advanced, non-oscilloscope analyser and the introduction of on-board electronic systems testing.

1980s Introduction of a microprocessor controlled automatic tester.

1983 FKI Electricals acquired 4 transport equipment companies from TI including TI Crypton[3]

1994 FKI sold Crypton and some other businesses to Wellman[4]

2001 Dieseltune and Wheelforce joined Crypton in April to create one of the largest independently-owned automotive equipment manufacturers in Europe.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 28 July 1970
  2. The Times, 28 July 1970
  3. The Times, Nov 13, 1985
  4. The Times, July 19, 1994
  • CryptonTechnology [1]