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Messrs. Warner and Sons, of London
1857 Exhibited pumps of all kinds, including vibrating standard pumps for farms, and an irrigator delivering 3,000 gallons per hour.
1860 Exhibited a double-action 6-in. Force Pump, mounted on barrow for use in irrigation or liquid manure distribution.
1862 Cultivating apparatus.
1888 Hydraulic crowbar powered by the Warner duplex Eclipse pumping engine illustrated in The Engineer.
1888 The Eclipse was used to dredge sand in preparation for the Grand Canary Harbour works.