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The firm made steam engines, movement transmission devices, lifting equipment for municipal water departments, and hydraulic engines which were exported and offered a competitive challenge to English and German industry because of their superior quality.
c1860 His son, Edwin Wells Windsor, became a partner in the business
1889 Tandem compound steam engine by E. W. Windsor & Cie. exhibited at the Exposition Universelle