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Fletcher Miller

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August 1933. Cooledge.
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of Alma Mills, Dukinfield, Manchester. Telephone: Ashton-under-Lyne 1844/5. Telegraphic Address: "Emulsion, Dukinfield".(1937)

of Hyde, near Manchester

Founders were James A. Fletcher and John Fletcher Miller

1921 Patent - Improvements in or relating to back plates for gas and like stoves or cookers.

1937 Oil chemists to the engineering trades. "Clearedge" Translucent Soluble Coolant. "Cooledge" Water Soluble Cutting Oil. "Lardedge" Mineralised Lard Oil. "Rodol" Rust Preventatives. "Swift" Sulphurised Straight Cutting Oil. [1]

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Metal Cutting Oils , such as Roebuck Oil, (neat and water soluble), Drawing Compounds, rust Preventives (liquid and solid), Easing Oil, Degreasing Compounds, Belt Dressing, Case-hardening Media, Oils for Engineering, Marine and Industrial purposes. (Stand No. D.309) [2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1958 C. C. Wakefield and Co acquired Fletcher Miller, which was also involved in industrial oils[3].

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