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Teddington Aircraft Controls

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of Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales.

1935 Private company.

Post-WWII. After 1945, all of British Thermostat Co's aircraft work was moved to a factory in Merthyr and was known as Teddington Aircraft Controls. The Sunbury factory reverted to its commercial refrigeration business - presumably Teddington Controls.

1955 Name changed.

1961 Makers of aircraft instruments and equipment, stainless steel bellows and expansion joints. 1,250 employees.[1]

1971 Teddington Aircraft Controls was sold

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