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Lea Recorder Co

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March 1909.
March 1912.
1927. Lea Recorders.
1933. Liquid Flow Meter.
1951. Coal meters and boiler-feed recorders.
March 1957.
Lea flow recorder at Mill Meece Pumping Station

of 28 Deansgate, Manchester.

Firm established by James Edward Lea for the manufacture and sale of the Lea Patent Water Recorder with workshops near Deansgate, Manchester.

1911 Electrical Exhibition. Recorders and integrating apparatus. [1]

1913 the business was converted into a private limited liability company

1918 Works in Cornbrook Park Road were taken over.

1920 Issued book on the measurement of water over weirs and notches. [2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer of 29th September 1911 p340
  2. The Engineer of 20th Feb 1920 p208