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Makers of heating and ventilation equipment, of Ongar, Essex.
1952 Business founded by Robert Myson, as general industrial and welding engineers making specialised factory equipment
1955 Incorporated as Myson Engineering Company Ltd
Increasingly involved in making heating and heat-transfer plant
1960 Formation of Myson Heat Exchangers Ltd to enter the heating and ventilation market
1964 Adapted industrial heating equipment for the domestic market.
1969 Name changed to Myson Group Ltd and incorporated as a public company.
1969 Acquired Rugby Design and Engineering Services Ltd
1970 Acquired Ace Castings and Ace Patterns of Rugby, which would complement another group company, Barrowside (Pressure Castings), providing production techniques and production capacity
1976 The group had been expanding by acquisition to form a group covering environmental control equipment
1981 A group of financial institutions backed a buy-in to the company by Messrs Wheeler and Salkeld.
1986 Myson bought the heating division of Thorn EMI