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Metropolitan-Vickers: Electric Motors

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1923. Electric winding plant at Hilton Collieries.
1929. Vertical Pump Motor.
1929. Centrifugal Extraction Pump.
1935. Synchronous Motor Generator Set for Rolling Mill Drive.
February 1936. High-Tension Cubicle Type Switchboard.
March 1957.

Note: This is a sub-section of Metropolitan-Vickers

A substantial business in electric motors had been developed by the predecessor company, British Westinghouse.

1920s Larger machines were developed for use in rolling mills and for mine winders.

Continued in AEI: Electric Motors and AEI: Motor and Control Gear

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