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Contraflo Condenser and Kinetic Air Pump Co

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February 1911.

of 3 Central Buildings, Westminster, SW1

1910 The Contraflo Condenser and Kinetic Air Pump Company was formed, with capital of £80,000. Mr. D.B. Morison was chairman, and possessed nearly half the shares. 'After the formation of the Contraflo Company, the managing director, Mr. W. H. Lynch, was made a director of Richardsons, Westgarth and Co apparently for no other reason than the fact that he was associated with tho Contraflo Company.'[1]

1930 Acquired by G. and J. Weir

Contraflo condensers and associatedequipment were made under licence by a number of firms.

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Sources of Information

  1. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Saturday 15 December 1917. Context: Shareholders' meeting