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Thomas Lambert and Son

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1869.
1903.

Thomas Lambert and Son Engineers of Lambeth, London.

Hydraulic press pumps; lift and force pumps; steam engine fittings in gun-metal.

HYDRAULIC PUMPS.

DEEP WELL PUMP.

LAMBERT'S PATENT REGULATING STEAM VA

STEAM ENGINE FURNISHINGS, etc.

VAUCHER'S PATENT METAL BEARINGS.

STAND POSTS, SLUICE VALVES.

FIXED PUMPS AND SAFETY VALVES.

Society of Arts' Medal, 1847; Prize Medal, 1851; Bronze Medal, Amsterdam, 1854.

1858 Advertising as makers of 'Esplin's, commonly called Judkin's' patent gas regulator.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. 'The Builder' 9 Jan 1858