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Pillatt and Co

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Pillatt & Co., of Stapleford, Nottingham

Established in Queens Road, Nottingham in the 1890s. Moved to Stapleford in the 1900s. Produced boilers, furnaces and incinerators. The firm closed in 1958. [1]

'Pillatt Perfect Combustion Furnaces' fitted to three Galloways boilers at Papplewick Pumping Station in the 1920's. [2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. [1] The Archives Hub: University of Nottingham Dept. of Manuscripts and Special Collections
  2. [2] Papplewick webpage: Boilers