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Buckley, Saunders and Co

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of 6, Old Queen-street, S.W.1. (1920)

of 8 Princes' Street, Westminster, S.W.l (1921)

of 18 Frankfort Street, Birmingham.

Manufacturers and suppliers in Great Britain.

1920 The company secured the agencies for South America for the Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces and also, for the Argentine, for the A. I. Manufacturing Company's electric welding machines.[1]

1921 Offered the Cyc-Arc welding machine invented by Mr. Louis John Steel, electrical engineer at Portsmouth Dockyard, and Messrs. Harold Martin and Edward McCarthy; the machine had been in use for some time in the Admiralty Dockyard[2]

1937 Electric welding plant manufacturers. "Pontelec" Electric Welding Plant.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1920/05/14
  2. The Engineer 1921/07/01