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Elliott Nucleonics

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1959 Company formed by Elliott Brothers to handle all of the company's activities in the nuclear field[1]

1960 Elliott Automation acquired Isotope Developments (Beenham), a subsidiary of Isotope Developments in order to avoid duplication by both companies in the nucleonic instruments field. Isotope Developments changed its name to Nucleonic Investments Ltd[2]

1963 Elliott Automation acquired Baldwin Instrument Co, maker of nucleonic instruments for process control and fluid power equipment; Baldwin would complement existing Elliott businesses - Elliott Nucleonics and Isotope Developments[3]

1964 Formation of new management division in the group: Elliott-Automation Nucleonics.

1967 Baldwins and Isotope Developments were combined in one location at Beenham, Berks[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Jan 03, 1959
  2. The Times, Jan 14, 1960
  3. The Times, Oct 21, 1963
  4. The Times May 31, 1967