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Lotz

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Lotz, fils de l'Ainé, of Nantes

Successors to M.F. Chenel.

Makers of stationary, portable, semi-portable, and traction engines, woodworking machinery, millwork. Advert here.

1868 A ploughing engine and plough by Lotz were described and illustrated in The Practical Mechanics Journal. The two winding drums surrounded the boiler [1]. A traction engine, having three wheels and a vertical boiler were described in The Practical Mechanics Journal. [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Practical Mechanics Journal, 1 April 1868
  2. The Practical Mechanics Journal, 1 May 1868