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David Brown Radicon

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1933 David Brown and Sons introduced the Radicon worm gear - the name Radicon refers to the dissipation of heat by Radiation, Conduction and Convection.

Part of David Brown Corporation

2010 Radicon and its sister company Benzlers were sold by David Brown Gear Systems to Elecon engineering, Asia’s largest and fastest growing gear manufacturer; the people who worked for David Brown Radicon all transferred over to Radicon; also provides Textron Power Transmission products.

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