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Beldam Packing and Rubber Co

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January 1902.
April 1952.

of 16 Gracechurch Street, London, EC3

of Windmill Road, Brentford (1967), manufacturer and distributor of compressed asbestos fibre jointings and variety of gland packings.

1876 Company established by Asplan Beldam M.I.N.A., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E.

1914 Manufacturer of Engine Packings, Asbestos Goods.[1]. Company incorporated.

1914 Principals: George William Beldam, M.A. Cantab., and Cyril Asplan Beldam, M.A. Cantab.

At Brentford the company weaves and manufactures every description of Asbestos Goods and Engine Packings.

1937 Engine packing manufacturers. [2]

1967 Over 90% of the shares were acquired by Kleeman Industrial Holdings whose business was to develop the trade of its subsidiary, Beldam Packing and Rubber[3]. Asbestos supplies are obtained from Turner Brothers Asbestos Co.

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