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Mark Webber

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of Church Acre Iron Works, Leapale Lane, Guildford

1912 Mark Webber Ltd was established at Church Acre Ironworks (previously occupied by Mason and Weyman and successors).

1919 Produced first i/c engine and available as one, two and four-cylinders using petrol, paraffin or town gas and rated from 2- 30 hp. (E5, E16 and E9) [1]

1919 Show a stationary engine at the 1919 Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition.

c1930 The company name changed to Webber Engine. [2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. A-Z of British Stationary Engines by Patrick Knight. Published 1999. ISBN 1 873098 50 2
  2. The Engineer 1919/10/17