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Lacy-Hulbert and Co

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January 1902. Air Compressors.
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1929. Portable Petrol-Driven Air Compressor.
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May 1943

of Boreas Works, Beddington, Croydon.

Founded by Charles Edward Lacy-Hulbert

1904 British Vacuum Cleaner and Engineering Co took action for infringement of patents against Lacy-Hulbert and Co [1]

1937 Pneumatic engineers. [2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1965 merged with Henry Sykes to form Sykes, Lacy-Hulbert and Co[3]

1973 held off a bid from Hanson Trust[4]. Company name changed to Henry Sykes[5]

1981 The Lacy-Hulbert company was sold to Adwest Group[6]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Wednesday, Mar 30, 1904
  2. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  3. The Times (London, England), Friday, Nov 26, 1965
  4. The Times, Jun 14, 1973
  5. The Times, Oct 30, 1973
  6. The Times, May 28, 1981