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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

Sena Sugar Estates

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1926. The Milling Plant Erected in the Builders' Works at Luabo.
1926. Milling Plant with Part of Boiler Room at Luabo.
1926. View in the Power House.
1926. View in the Power House.
1926. The Clarification Floor.
1926. The Vacuum Pan Floor.
1926. View in Main Bay Looking Towards Vacuum Pans at Luabo.
1926. General View of Cane Unloaders at Luabo.
1926. The Luabo Cane Sugar Factory Plans at Luabo.
1926. Battery of Centrifugals at Luabo.

Sena Sugar Estates, Ltd., of London

They owned the Luabo Cane Sugar Factory, one of the four factories belonging to the company which were in operation on the Zambesi River. The complete contract for the building and equipment of the factory at Luabo was p laced with the Mirrlees Watson Co Ltd., of Glasgow, and the design and arrangement of the plant was worked out by the firm to the specification of and in conjunction with Mr. Charles Hornung, the engineer of Sena Sugar Estates, Ltd.

For a detailed description of the works, see The Engineer 1926/10/01.

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