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H. C. McKinlay and Co

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of 59 Mark Lane, London, EC

1902 Company established.

1914 Designers of plantation machinery and chemical works plant. Specialities: Colonial and tropical machinery for sugar, rum, rice, wine, oil, seed, grain, fibre, alcohol, ammonia, vitriol, artificial stone, tiles, tubes, cement works plant; wood distillation and wood extract concentration apparatus; multiple effect evaporators; diffusion batteries; complete decoction liquor installations; clarifiers, defecators, eliminators, montjus, granulators and vacuum pans; fibre decorticators and apparatus for complete central factories including power and steam-raising units; refineries, raperies and buildings of every description and same lighted by oil-gas or acetylene. [1]

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