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Salford Electrical Instruments

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of Peel Works, Silk Street, Salford, 3, Lancs. Telephone: Manchester Blackfriars 6688. Cables: "Sparkless, Manchester". (1947)

1910 Company founded.

1910 On 24th December GEC incorporated the Peel Works as a separate company, employing 1000 workers[1].

1912 Investments in various companies including Salford Electrical Instruments Ltd making measuring instruments; all three companies were directed or controlled by GEC.

1937 Manufacturing electrical engineers. [2]

1945 Proprietors were GEC

1947 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Switchboard, Portable and Substandard Electrical Indicating Instruments; Industrial Electronic Equipment; Magnetic Powders and Cores; Quartz Crystal Units; Radio Cores; Toroidal Cores and Coils; Mercury Switches, Relays, Optical Components and Apparatus; Rectifiers; S. E. I. Exposure Photometers; Photo-cells; Synthetic Sapphires. (Scientific and Optical Section - Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. A.1119) [3]

1958 Maker of components for communications, crystal valves, transistors, electrical instruments and thermostatic devices[4]

1961 Manufacturers of electrical instruments, thermostats, telecommunication components. 1,725 employees. [5]

1968 The combination of SEI and Chamberlain and Hookham with AEI operations at Motherwell, Harlow and Manchester was expected to make a strong base for competing in meters, instruments and components[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. History of Peel-Conner Telephone Works: [1]
  2. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  3. 1947 British Industries Fair Advert 416; and p239
  4. The Times, Sep 05, 1958
  5. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE
  6. The Times July 30, 1968