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Caird and Rayner

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Engineers and coppersmiths, of 777 Commercial Road, London, E (1914)

of Watford.

1887 Company established by Edward Bonar Caird and Thomas James Rayner.

1914 Engineers and contractors to British and foreign Admiralties, the War Office, colonial governments, corporations etc. Specialities: fresh-water distilling machinery for use at sea or on land, patent evaporators, condensers, feed-water heaters, feed-water filters, boiler feed, air and other pumps. [1]

1927 Private company.

1955 Company made public.

1961 Engineers, designers and manufacturers of fresh water distilling machinery, boiler feed heating and filtering plant and general heat exchange equipment for installation in naval and merchant ships and for use in Power Stations and industry generally, also filtering and water treatment engineers. 200 employees. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  2. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE