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of 200 Camberwell Road, London (1908)
of Furnace Department, Diamond Foundry, Luton. (1918)
of 7 Stratford Place, London, W1. Telephone: Mayfair 6462. Telegraphic Address: "Degasco, Wesdo, London". (1937)
1875 Company established.
1893 Incorporated as a limited company.
1900 The company was registered on 22 May, to acquire the business of a company of the same name, and two other undertakings, and to carry on the business of gas, electrical and general engineers. 
1914 Gas engineers. Specialities: gas and steam cooking apparatus, gas fires, hot water appliances. 
1918 Patent - Improvements in Water-heaters or Geysers. 
1937 Gas-fired furnaces for heat treatment. 
1937 Alpine New world Regulo-controlled Gas cookers. Nautilus Coke-heated Domestic Boilers. Davis Geysers. Health Ray Gas heaters for Infra-Red Irradiation. Panella Build-in and other Gas Fires. (Stand Nos. Ca.603 and Ca.502)