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Moler Products

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1931. The Fosasil Works at Hythe Colchester.
1931. Goliath crane (maker not stated) unloading a ship carrying material from Moler Products.
1951.
October 1952.

of 103 Kingsway, London. Telephone: Holborn 2961/2. Telegraphic Address: "Formol, Westcent, London"

Works at Hythe, Colchester.

Maker of Fosalsil

1925 Business established

1931 Works at Hythe made Fosalsil bricks from material imported from the Moler Works in Denmark by ship.

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Displays of Fosalsil Insulating Products. Bricks, Mortar, Blocks, Insulating Powders, Aggregates for heat insulating concrete. (Stand Nos. D.913 and D.810)

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