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of Grove Road, Chadwell Heath, Essex
of Woodland Works, Grove Road, Chadwell Heath, Essex. Telephone: Seven Kings 1200. Cables: "Fuller, Chadwell Heath"
The Accumulator Works Department of the company was acquired by Mr. E. W. Sudlow, late secretary of the company, Mr. A. P. Welch, late chief technical engineer, and Mr. H. F. Wynn, late general sales manager. The wire cable department or the company was sold, and was run on a larger scale than in the past. Sir John Munn continued to act as receiver and manager in connection with the ebonite and carbon black departments of the late company.
1929 Adverts for 'Sparta' Wireless and various other Accumulators; Dry and Inert Batteries; 'Sparta' Loud Speakers; Fuller's Balkite Trickle-charger. Manufacturers of Accumulators for Radio, Automobile, Train, House, Yacht and Omnibus Lighting, Central Stations, Traction, Telegraph, etc. Batteries, Primary, Dry and Inert Cells and Batteries for all purposes, Leclanche Cells, Sack elements. Loud speakers. Trickle Chargers. (Wireless Section - Stand No. MM.65) 
1934 Patent - Improvements relating to dry type electric batteries.
1937 Battery and accumulator manufacturers. "Fuller" Batteries and Accumulators. 
1939 Patent - Improvements in road, warning, signalling and like lamps.