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Cellactite and British Uralite

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February 1929.
Aug 1935.
April 1945.
August 1945.
Jan 1947.
March 1947.
May 1949. "Kimolo Blocks".

of Lincoln House, 296 High Holborn, London, WC2. Telephone: Holborn 5291/2 and 8824. Telegraphic Address: "Cellacite, Holb, London"

formerly British Uralite Co

1937 Asbestos protected metal roofing manufacturers. "Cellacite" Roofing and Roofing Ventilators.

1937 "Cellacite" asbestos Protected Metal Roofing and Roof Ventilators. "Urastone" Imperishable Air Ducts. "Molerboard" the new high insulation Wallboard of substance, yet light. "Asbestone" flat and corrugated sheets. "Uralite" Fireproof Sheets. (Stand Nos. B.823 and B.734)[1]

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. "Urastone" Incorrosible Flue Pipes and Fittings, Cowls, Bafflers, etc., in service form. New "Urastone" for high temperature work. Also enamelled "Urastone" to match coloured appliances. "Asbestone" Fire Surrounds. (Stand Nos. Ca.821 and Ca.720)

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

c1958 The Cellactite Co made a separate part of the re-named British Uralite

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