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George Scott and Son

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June 1888. Air compressor.
December 1889.
1917.

George Scott and Son (London), of 44 Christian Street, London.

of Kingsway House London, WC2 (1922). Chemical and Process Engineers

Works: Bradfield 37 Road, Silvertown, E16.

Associated with Ernest Scott and Co


1834 Business founded by George Scott - possibly George Scott (of Commercial Road, London)

1888 Frank Walter Scott became a partner.

F. W. Scott's patent air compressors.

1922 Manufactured chemical plant, evaporators, oil extraction plant, soap, glycerine and caustic soda plant. Speciality: the "Scott" evaporator.



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