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Manlove, Alliott and Co

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Autoclave, Le Havre, France
Autoclave, Le Havre, France
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Belt-driven Manlove, Alliott ‘Wuzzer’ (centrifugal 'hydro-extractor) at the National Wool Museum
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of Bloomsgrove Works, Nottingham.

Previously:

1886 Incorporated as a Limited Company. James Bingham Alliott and John McClure Caldwell Paton were appointed joint managing directors.

1888 The Lyons disinfector. Illustrated and described in The Engineer. [1]

1889 Centrifugal Machines (fans). [2]

1889-92 Manufacturing engines based on the Atkinson cycle rated from 2 to 20 hp

1891 Manlove, Alliott and Co of Nottingham, London and Glasgow were suppliers of equipment for the cotton industry. [3]

1914 Engineers, Colonial and General. Specialities: Engines, Boilers, Sugar Machinery, Oil Mill Plant, Power Laundry Plant, Centrifugal Machines, Refuse Destructors. Employees 400. [4]

By 1962 was part of the Melbray Group[5]

1971 Attempt by Melbray to merge Manlove, Alliott and Co with the D. and J. Tullis operations encountered problems with key staff unwilling to move and unexpectedly higher wages on Clydebank[6]

Became Manlove Tullis.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer of 1st June 1888 p450
  2. The Engineer of 11th Jan 1889 p39
  3. Directory 1891 Worrall's Cotton Spinners
  4. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  5. The Times, Aug 01, 1962
  6. The Times, Jul 31, 1971