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J. M. Adam and Co

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February 1901.
January 1902.

of Ibrox Iron Works, Fairley Street, Govan, Glasgow

1886 Company established.

1914 Pneumatic engineers. Specialities: air current conveyors for saw mills, flour mills, flax mills, linoleum works, chemical works etc.; ventilation and dust control in all industries by an improved apparatus which purifies the air and deposits even the finest chemical dust dry into open bags; new steel air-pipe, hexagonal in cross section to allow bends and junctions to be made of geometrical accuracy; improved all-steel dust control collectors, high-class sheet-iron work, compressed air liquid fuel apparatus, rivet heating furnaces; proprietors of the "Lucigen" light. [1]

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