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Spiral Tube and Components Co

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October 1909.
July 1910.
May 1921.
February 1922.
March 1922.
February 1931.
1933. Combined Water and Oil Cooler.
March 1946.
July 1949.
October 1952.
September 1953.
February 1959. Spiral Tube Engine Coolers.

of 12 Pembroke Street, King's Cross, London, N1. Telephone: Terminus 6694/5. Telegraphic Address: "Spiratucom, Nordo, London"; of Honeypot Lane, Stanmore;

of Derby.

1905 The Spiral Tube Co of London was wound up by its members[1]

1909 Spiral Tube radiators, "as used by Mr Cody" (see advert)

By 1931 had opened a factory in Derby

1931 Exhibited range of Unit Heaters and also Plenum Heaters.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Radiators for Internal Combustion engines. Air Heaters (Plenum type). Unit Heaters (using steam or water). Cooling coils for Refrigerators. Air-cooled Condensers. Copper Spiral Gilled Tube for Heat Transmission. (Stand No. D.910)

1937 Manufacturers of air heaters. "Spiral Tube" Air Heaters.

1950 Patent - Means for removing water condensation from shop windows or the like.

1959 Patent - Improvements in and relating to drying apparatus for the hands and other parts of the person.

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 25 July 1905