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Graseby Instruments

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of Tolworth near Surbiton

1944 Company established to make military electro-acoustic underwater technology[1]

Designed and manufactured transducers for military use. Make equipment for Royal Navy sonar.

1975 William Charles Crawt, Tool Room Supervisor, Graseby Instruments Ltd., was awarded the BEM[2]

1976 Bernard Moore, Wound Component Supervisor, Graseby Instruments Ltd., was awarded the BEM[3]

1981 Acquired by Graseby Dynamics

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Sources of Information

  1. Cambridge Electronic Industries incorporation filing
  2. London Gazette 30 Dec 1975
  3. London Gazette 4 June 1976