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Glenfield and Kennedy of Low Glencairn Street, Kilmarnock.
1899 Beam engines may be seen at Blagdon Pumping Station
1900 Pamphlet describing Ashley's patent pump. 
1900 Hydraulic fittings and appurtenances, water-main cleaners, water-level indicators, recorders etc. 
1900 Description and illustration of pump in 'The Engineer'. 
Large gas regulator valve with pipe around 36 inch diameter. Exhibit at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry.
1911 Issued pamphlet on their integrating and recording weir meter. 
1914 Hydraulic and sanitary engineers and ironfounders. Specialities: water meters and pumps for wells and boreholes, all classes of fittings for waterworks, hydraulic machinery, pumping machinery etc. Employees 1,500. 
1921 Established Centrifugal Castings, Ltd as a subsidiary, on land leased from Glenfield and Kennedy.
By 1923 British Pitometer Co., Ltd had been formed as subsidiary company to develop the use and sale of the instruments required in connexion with water waste investigations, trunk main surveys, pump slip and meter tests. All the instruments, Venturi tubes, etc., supplied by the Company were manufactured by Glenfield and Kennedy.
1937 Hydraulic engineers. 
1954 Private company.
1961 Valve specialists and hydraulic engineers. 2,200 employees.