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Note: This is a sub-section of 1893 Chicago Exhibition: Catalogue.
Motors and Apparatus for the Generation and Transmission of Power—Hydraulic and Pneumatic Apparatus.
137 Allin, S. Sealy - , 25 Garlicle Hill, London, E.C. Vertical water motor.
138 Caddy & Co., Limited, Daybrook Iron Works, near Nottingham. Tubular chilled face smoke consuming fire-bars for boilers and other furnaces.
139 Crees and Company, Limited, Devizes, Wiltshire. Archimedean plate and dish washing, rinsing, racking, and drying machines.
140 Denny & Co., Engine Works, Dumbarton, Scotland. [Transp. B.] [<See Advt. Working models of Brock’s patent quadruple expansion screw-propelling marine engines, being those of ss. “ Montevideo,” belonging to the Compania Transatlantica of Barcelona and the steel screw ss. “ Telunga ”; working model of compound paddle marine engines, being those of the ss. “Princcsse Henriette,” and “Princesse Josephine,” employed in the Dover-Ostend Servico and the property of the Belgian Government.
141 Economic Smokeless Fire Co. (The), 28 Market Street, Bradford. [(See Advt. Leggott and Marsh’s patent smoke-consuming and fuel-economising appliances for steam boilers, cooking ranges, hot-air stoves, and other fires.
142 Galloways, Limited, Knott Mill Iron Works, Manchester. Engine driving one of the three lines of shafting running through British Section. (See Complimentary List, page xxxiii, for particulars.)
143 Gasking Patent Driving Belt Co. (The), Enfield, Middlesex. Machine driving belts of patent “long-slotted steel ” and leather links; patent “tongue-pointed” flat leather, and ordinary sewn, cemented, or riveted leather, textile, indiarubber and guttapercha belting; laces; engine and suction hose, fire buckets; hydraulic pump and other leathers, hides, butts, and various articles used for railway, marine, military, and mechanical purposes,
144 Griffin, John, Bally Macthomas, Cork. Patent solid woven flat-gut belting.
145 Hodgkinson & Co., Limited, Ordsal TPorAs, Salford, Manchester. Mechanical stokers and self-cleaning furnaces, marine stokers and self-cleaning furnaces.
140 Hornsby & Sons, Limited, Richard, Spittlegate Iron TFcrAs, Orantham. (See Advt. Hornsby-Akroyd patent oil engine; steam or pneumatic rock boring or drilling machine; models of steam engine, stamp battery, and other mining machinery.
147 Johnson, Robert, 55 Athol Road, Bradford. Drum rotary pump and blower.
148 Johnson & Co., S. H., Engineering IPtoAs, Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, E.C.; Franklin Square, and Cherry Street, New York (John Johnson <fc Co.). Air compressors, vortex mixers, filter presses, drying machine ; apparatus for leaching ores of gold and silver by treatment with chlorination or cyanide process, and for treatment of slimes ; oil filters; compressed air syren fog signals.
149 Joy, David, 17 Victoria Street, Westminster, S. TP. [Mfct. G.] Moving picture models of the “ Joy valve gears” in the various, forms constructed for marine and locomotive engines.
150 Macfarlane, Strang & Co., Limited, Lochburn Iron Works, Glasgow; 45 Leadenhull Street, London, E.C. Cast iron pipes for water and gas conduction, sluice and air valves, hydrants; “Bonna” water-meters; cast iron railway-chairs and sleepers.
151 Mackenzie, H. Somerset, Penwenack, Falmouth, Cornwall. Dual screw steam engine for propelling vessels, with two screws, right and left handed on concentric shafts without gear or belting ; also models of vessels and portion of the mechanism showing difference between twin screws and dual; D-shaped double acting and reversing launch steam engine ; D-shaped single and double acting pumps.
153 MoncriefF, John, North British Glass Works, Perth, Scotland. Perth gauge glasses, to show height of water in boilers.
154 Parkinson’s Condensed Gas Co., Stretford, Lancashire. Pumps ; Parkinson’s “Zero” exhaustless engine.
155 Phillips, Theo, Tees Oil Works, Middlesbrough. Patent lubricating bags for roll-necks and engine bearings.
156 Ross and Duncan, Whitefield Works, Govan, Glasgow. Surface condensing launch engines, with Bremme’s valve gear and Duncan’s propeller; model of tug “Wybia” supplied to order of Tasmanian Government for Launceston Marine Board.
157 Sydney Smith and Sons, Sydney, Basford Brass Works, Nottingham. All kinds of gun-metal engine and boiler fittings; iron junction safety valves; steam, vacuum, water pressure, mineral water, blast and hydraulic gauges; Smith’s patent whistles; Smith’s patent full bore cocks; reservoir, well, and water tank indicators; reducing and sluice valves; asbestos-packed cocks and water gauges; stand-pipes; specialities for locomotives, marine, engineering, collieries, mines, and ironworks.
158 Sterne, L, 2 Victoria Mansions, Westminster, London, S.TP. Gas engines.
159 Wade, J. Armytage, Hydraulic Engineering Works, Ilornsea, near Hull. [See Advt. ] Helical and other varieties (dredger and otherwise) of centrifugal pumps and their fittings; apparatus for raising stones and other substances without injury to pump; apparatus for indicating and registering power and preventing or lessening shocks to machinery.
161 Willans & Robinson, Limited, Thames Litton, Surrey. Two engines driving two of the three lines of shafting running through the British section. Steam dynamo, of 180 kilowatt size, consisting of 300 I.H.P. Willans’ compound central-valve engine, coupled direct to a Siemens’ Brothers (English made); 2-pole dynamo; speed 350 revolutions per minute. (See Complimentary List, page xxxvi., for further particulars,)
See also filtering apparatus, Group CXLVII.
Belfast Ropework Co., Limited. See Group LXXXV.
Brown & Co., Limited, John. See Group LXXXVL
Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Limited. See Group LXXXV.
Noble, Brown & Co. See Group LXX.
Tayler & Co., Limited, D. F. See Group LXXXIII.