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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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[[image:Ferranti artificial horizon instrument.jpg|thumb|Aircraft artificial horizon instrument]]
[[image:Ferranti artificial horizon instrument.jpg|thumb|Aircraft artificial horizon instrument]]
[[image:Ferranti gyroscope compass.jpg|thumb|Gyroscope compass]]
[[image:Im1906EnV102-p168b.jpg|thumb| 1906.]]
[[image:Im1906EnV102-p168b.jpg|thumb| 1906.]]
[[image:Im1906EnV102-p169a.jpg|thumb| 1906.]]
[[image:Im1906EnV102-p169a.jpg|thumb| 1906.]]

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Aircraft artificial horizon instrument
Gyroscope compass
1906.
1906.
1906.
1921.
1961. Cone-Plate Viscometer

part of Ferranti

Based in Moston.

1905 After the reorganisation of the company, its focus was on Switch Gear, Transformers and Instruments.

1930 The Electronics Department was set up to manufacture electronic components, which at that time were being manufactured by the Instrument Department.

c.1937 Ferranti Instruments developed various items for scientific measurements, including one of the first cone-and-plate viscometers.

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