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Shropshire Beet Sugar Co

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1929.General Plan of the Allscott Beet Sugar Factory.
1929. Marshall Tippler, made at the Fraser and Chalmers Works. Beet Elevator and Belt Conveyor.
1929. Battery of Juice Heaters.
1929. Motor Driven Pumps for the Factory Water Supply.
1929. Slice Catcher.
1929. 95 B.H.P. Motors, Driving CO2 Pumps.
1929. Battery of Filter Presses.
1929. General Interior View of Sugar Building.
1929. Portable Beet Conveyor Elevators.
1929. Main Switchboard in Power House.
1929. Thick Juice Pumps and Battery of Centrifugals.
1929. Exterior View of Factory showing Lime Kiln and Pipe Gantry.
1929. Piling Sacks of Sugar into Stacks and Wet Pulp Conveyors.
1929. 1250.kva Turbo-Generators in Power House.

Beet Sugar Factory near Allscott, Shropshire

The contract for the complete mechanical and electrical equipment of this factory was placed with the General Electric Co.

1936 Amalgamated in the British Sugar Corporation


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Sources of Information

  • Times, 5 Feb. 1936