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James H. Lamont and Co

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May 1928. Securex.
February 1931.
May 1949.
Sept 1949.
September 1950. Securex.
June 1951.
October 1952.
1957. Securex.

James H. Lamont and Co Ltd. Engineers, Brass Founders of Gylemuir Works, Corstorphine, Edinburgh.

Makers of Securex joints and couplings.

1923 Incorporated as a private company, with a capital of £2,350, to manufacture and sell an improved joint or coupling for pipes and tubes, invented by James H. Lamont, engineer, and to carry on the business of engineers and brass founders.[1]

1936 Public company.

1942 The company bought the firm of motor engineers, Bowmac Motors, of Glasgow Road, Corstorphine, Edinburgh.[2]

1961 Engineers, brass founders, and finishers and manufacturers of compression joints for copper tubes and pipes. [3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  • National Records of Scotland BT2/12948 (Lamont and Company (Engineers) Limited)