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Richard Sizer

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January 1920. Worm gears.
May 1938.
May 1938.

of Cuber Works, Wilmington, Hull, East Yorkshire.

Ditto Address: Telephone: 31741/2. Telegraphic Address: "Sizer, Hull". (1937)

of Cuber Works, Cornwall Street, Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire. (1955)

1937 British Industries Fair Advert as Specialists in Machines and Plant for the manufacture of cattle cubes and poultry pellet feed; also for pigs and sheep. "Itzor" Elevators, Conveyors, Coolers, Grinders, Provender Plant, Gear Units, Worm, Spur, Helical, Bevels, also "Cublex" Liquid Mixer. (Engineering/Metals/Quarry, Roads and Mining/Transport - Stand Nos. D.823 and D.722).[1]

c.1957 may have been acquired by Dental Manufacturing Co as it then spent 10 years building the business into a British leader in animal feed machinery.

1955 Patent - Improvements in or relating to the cooling or drying of bulk material.

1963 Patent - Improved extrusion die.

By 1967 was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dental Manufacturing Co; supplied machinery for processing animal feed[2]

1970 Acquired by Tremletts of Exeter from Hawtin Industries[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. * 1937 British Industries Fair Advert p656; and p414
  2. The Times Mar 30, 1967
  3. The Times, May 20, 1970

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