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'''The Hydrovane Compressor Co Ltd.''' of Redditch, Worcestershire, England.
 
'''The Hydrovane Compressor Co Ltd.''' of Redditch, Worcestershire, England.
  
1961 Acquired by [[Hymatic Engineering Co]], subsidiary of Chloride
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1961 Acquired by [[Hymatic Engineering Co]], subsidiary of Chloride.<ref>The Times, May 12, 1961</ref>
  
1972 Acquired by [[Compair|International Compressed Air Corporation]]<ref>The Times, Jun 15, 1972</ref>
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1972 Acquired by [[Compair|International Compressed Air Corporation]].<ref>The Times, Jun 15, 1972</ref>
  
 
1974 Produced the first air-compressor (23 series) to win an engineering award of the Design Council.<ref>The Engineer 1974/05/09</ref>
 
1974 Produced the first air-compressor (23 series) to win an engineering award of the Design Council.<ref>The Engineer 1974/05/09</ref>

Latest revision as of 19:26, 30 April 2020

pril 1969.
1969.
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The Hydrovane Compressor Co Ltd. of Redditch, Worcestershire, England.

1961 Acquired by Hymatic Engineering Co, subsidiary of Chloride.[1]

1972 Acquired by International Compressed Air Corporation.[2]

1974 Produced the first air-compressor (23 series) to win an engineering award of the Design Council.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 12, 1961
  2. The Times, Jun 15, 1972
  3. The Engineer 1974/05/09