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British Thermit

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of Speke Road Works, Garston, Liverpool, Chemical and Metallurgical Engineers

1907 Company established - perhaps refers to Barimar

1917 A new company, The British Barimar Thermit Welding Co, with works in Liverpool and London, was given formal sanction to take up and work under license certain of the patents held by Thermit Ltd, at one time a German company and now owned by Birmingham Metal and Munitions Co.[1]

1922 Manufactured metals and alloys including ferro-alloys of the rarer metals such as tungsten, molybdenum, vanadium, etc.

1937 Alloys and metals.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1917/11/30 p 486.