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Constant Speed Airscrews

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Sept 1940.
February 1943.
April 1943.

Constant Speed Airscrews Ltd of Avon Works, Wharf Street, Warwick

1938 Advert for VDM variable pitch airscrews, as used on Messerschmidt 109's world land speed record; also on flight from London to Brazil [1]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1939 Had acquired licence for VDM spinner for British Empire; supplied for use with Rotol, De Havilland and other airscrews[2]

1945 Advert for propeller spinners[3]

Name changed to C. S. A. Industries

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Sources of Information

  1. Flight 28 April 1938 [1]
  2. Flight 20 July 1939 [2]
  3. Flight 9 August 1945 [3]