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Everett, Edgcumbe and Co

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of Colindale Works, Hendon, London, NW9.

formerly Everett and Co

1900 Company formed when Edgar Isaac Everett trading as Everett and Co joined with with Kenelm Edgcumbe and formed Everett, Edgcumbe and Co

1906 Became limited company with Patrick Hamilton

1910 Exhibited at the Physical Society's Exhibition - the Trotter portable photometer, a trolley standard leakage detector for use by tramways, an accelerometer, a rotary synchroniser for paralleling of alternators[1]

1927 Company sufficiently well established to be described by Aberconway

1937 Electrical and mechanical engineers. "Dwarf" Indicators. "Radiolab" Radio Testing Apparatus. "Superscale" Electrical Measuring Instruments. "Synclock" Electric Clocks.

1965 February 3, founder Kenelm Edgcumbe died at his home in Cornwall. [2]

A collection of their manufactures is held by the Science Museum London.[3]

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