Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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February 1911.

of 5 and 9 York Street, Glasgow (1904), of Newcastle

of Watt-street, Maryhill, Glasgow (1911, 1922)

1901 Agents for compressed air compressors of Ingersol-Sergeant Company and for the tools of the new Taite Howard Pneumatic Tool Company.

1904 Exhibited Haesler Pneumatic tools

1917 Supplied foundry plant for Empress Works, Huddersfield[1]

1922 Exhibited pneumatic moulding machines and air compressor[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1917/10/19
  2. The Engineer 1922/06/23