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Trade Announcements

Trade Announcements Q.L. Type Grinder; Keighley KL 4 x 18 Grinder; Keighley KU Universal Grinder; Keighley KN Internal and KS Internal—and the whole range of optical and mechanical measuring equipment manu­ factured by O.M.T.—Omtimeters, etc.; Optical Cir­ Under this heading are published monthly news of recent professional appointments, cular Tables, etc.; Toolmakers' Microscope, etc. The industrial developments and business changes, etc. Sentinel range to be offered will be: 6½, 8½ and 10½ in. Lathe; Sentinel Cridan High Speed Threading Machine; F.U. Variable Speed Units; Sentinel No. 58 Aluminium Union Limited manufacture of Plain Bearings and Bushes, Universal Milling Machine; Sentinel Punch Shaping generally for the engine-building industry. This firm announces its return to the Adclphi, Machine. Strand, London, W.C.2. (Telephone: TEMple Bar Th e main factory at Alperton, Wembley, 3535), from Grosvenor House, Park Lane. Middlesex, has been enlarged to the limit of the Philips Lamps available space. For many years before the war On September 1st, 1947, Philips Lamps Ltd. The Bristol Aeroplane Company the Company claimed that this works was the changed its name to Philips Electrical Limited, Mr Cyril F . Uwins, O.B.E., A.F.C., has been largest plain bearing factory in Europe. At the Century House, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.C.2. appointed to the Board of Directors of the Bris­ moment, 1,500 people are employed there and The Portsmouth Aerocar tol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., Filton, Bristol. the output of this factory, together with that of The Directors of Portsmouth Aviation announce Mr G. S. M. White relinquishes the position the Scottish works, for 1946 exceeded 29,000,000 that their Chairman has recently negotiated an agree­ of Divisional Managing Director (Aircraft half-bearings and bushes. In addition to these ment which will enable the Portsmouth Aerocar to Division) and Mr W. R. Verdon Smith relin­ production factories, the Company also operates be produced in the near future at the factory of quishes the position of Head Office Director, Service Stations at Manchester and Glasgow for Portsmouth Aviation Limited in India, as well as at both being appointed Joint Assistant Managing bearing repair work and the supply of spares. their works in England. Directors of the Company in succession to the In consequence certain changes in the Directors G.E.C . Process Heating by High Frequency late Mr Herbert J. Thomas. Mr C. F. Uwins be­ and executive personnel are being carried out. Mr Generators. The General Electric Co. Ltd., Magnet Geoffrey Foster has been invited to become Deputy comes Divisional Managing Director (Aircraft House, Kingsway, London. W.C.2. Chairman of Portsmouth Aviation Limited, Ports­ Division). mouth, of which company Mr E. L. Granville re­ A very informative technical booklet on the mains Chairman and Managing Director. Mr E. L. The British Aluminium Company G.E.C. high-frequency heating equipment. The Granville has been appointed Chairman of the Indian Mr Freeman Horn, on reaching the retiring principles of eddy current and dielectric heating company and Mr L. M. J. Balfour, B.Sc, A.R.Ae.S., age at the end of June, relinquished his position are described and this equipment, together with is expected to go to India as resident Joint Managing as Intelligence Officer and Manager of the the generators, is described and illustrated. The Director of the Indian company. Mr Walter H. Special Products Department of the British use of high-frequency heating for different pur­ Jenks, Secretary and Director, has gone to India and has been appointed to the Board of the Indian com­ Aluminium Co., Ltd., Salisbury House, London poses is dealt with briefly, and the direct aero­ pany. Mr. J. R. C. Miller, the well-known Portsmouth Wall, E.C.2. He is being retained in a consulta­ nautical application to the acceleration of glue solicitor, has joined the Portsmouth Board as tive capacity to the Company until the end of drying on aeroplane spars is illustrated. alternate Director. Major F. L. Luxmoore, D.F.C., the Director in charge of the development of the The Hymatic Engineering Company Mr L. V. Chilton, M.A. (Cantab.), has been 'Aerocar' is also to act as Technical Adviser to both appointed Manager of the Intelligence Depart­ Th e Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd., of Red- companies. ment, and Miss W. Lewis, B.Sc., Information ditch, Worcestershire, makers of quality aircraft Selling to Technicians. By N. C. Stoneham. Officer. and industrial compressed air equipment and Stoneham and Kirk, 40 Bloomsbury Street, Lon­ Responsibility for the sale of Special Products the famous Hymatic Portable Compressor, an­ don, W.C.1. is being transferred to the Sales Division under nounce the appointment of Mr G. V. Bloom- Mr R. M. Warrington, who has recently given field, B.Sc., as Research Physicist. This little booklet is a short essay in which the up his position as Assistant Development Mana­ Mr Bloomfield will be engaged primarily on author explains his (sound) views on technical ger to become an Assistant Sales Manager in research into the mechanism of drop formation publicity and advises manufacturers to use an Sales Division and to look after Unwrought and with particular reference to spraying fluids, and advertising agent who is 'not too keen on adver­ Special Products. Mr S. F . Derbyshire, Manager also on the spraying of powders. tising' for 'selling' products to technicians—a of the Alumina Department of Production Divi­ view which we, suffering from too many smart Milwaukee Machine Tools sion, will be responsible for technical matters and uninformative news releases, most heartily affecting Special Products. Owing to their heavy development programme in endorse. their own plant, Messrs A. C. Wickman Ltd., British European Airways Wellworthy Piston Rings Coventry, have by mutual agreement relinquished their agreement with the Kearney & Trecker Cor­ British European Airways have recently signed the Wellworthy Piston Rings Ltd., of Lymington, poration, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A., covering lease for approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of the ground Hants, announce the opening on Monday, August the manufacture and the sales of Milwaukee Machines floor and basement of Stafford Court, a modern 25th, 1947, of a new service branch at 20 Gallowgatc, in this country. block of shops and flats in High Street, Kensington. Aberdeen (Telephone: Aberdeen 28257) under the As from September 15th, 1947, Messrs C.V.A. Stafford Court will serve as the London arrival and management of Mr T. Vance. Jigs, Mould and Tools Ltd., Hove, Sussex, have departure point for B.E.A. itself, as well as for obtained the manufacturing rights for all Kearney & certain companies for which B.E.A. acts as agents. It Trccker Machine Tools, and Messrs E. H. Jones will thus take the place of Airways Terminal for all (Machine Tools) Ltd., Edgware Road, The Hyde, B.E.A. passenger handling activities in London apart N.W.9, have been appointed the sole selling agents from bookings, and it is hoped that the move there for the complete range of Kearney & Treckcr will be made early in 1948. machines. Euco Tools Kelvin and Hughes Merger Euco Tools Ltd. announce that they have moved A new company, under the name of Kelvin & to larger premises at the following addresses: Head Hughes Ltd., has been registered to acquire the issued Office—44 London Road, Kingston-on-Thames; capitals of Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird Ltd. and Works—Fairfield North, Kingston-on-Thames. Henry Hughes & Son Ltd., two famous British firms Fellows and Orcutt Gears with a century of history behind their products. The Board of this new company is as follows: Alfred Herbert Ltd., Coventry, who are agents for Chairman, Sir Frederick C. Stewart, D.L., LL.D., the products of the Fellows Gear Shaper Company of J.P.; Deputy Chairman, Sir Allan Gordon-Smith, America, have recently been appointed sole agents in K.B.E., D.I.; Joint Managing Directors, Frank the United Kingdom for the sale of the well-known Arthur King, A.M.I.E.E., A.F.R.Ac.S., George Brian Orcutt range of spur and helical gear grinding Gibbon Potter, B.Sc, M.I.Mech.E., A.F.R.Ae.S.; machines, spline grinding machines and measuring Directors, Ralph Gordon-Smith, William Thornton and testing equipment made by the Gear Grinding Slater, M.Sc, A.F.R.Ae.S., Arthur Joseph Hughes, Co. of Birmingham. The latter firm, who have the O.B.E., F.R.Ae.S. largest plant in the country for gear and spline grind­ ing, will continue to offer these facilities to the trade. Newall-Sentinel Ltd. By a reciprocal arrangement the Gear Grinding Co. A new company, Newall-Sentinel Ltd., with head­ have undertaken to manufacture Fellows products, quarters at Shrewsbury, has been formed to handle, including genuine Fellows Gear Shaper Cutters, in as from August 1st, 1947, the sales and distribution this country while the Fellows Gear Shaper Co. will of the Newall group of companies—formerly make Orcutt machines in America. Full details of this handled by E. H. Jones (Machine Tools) Ltd. and arrangement will be announced later. also the machine-tool products of Sentinel (Shrews­ bury) Ltd. The London office of the new company The Glacier Metal Company is at 50 Mount Street, W.1; Telephone: Regent 1986. The newly-built Scottish factory of the Glacier The production programme, which will be handled Metal Co., Ltd., at Kirkstile, Kilmarnock, was by Newall-Sentinel Ltd., includes the present Newall formally opened on June 16th, 1947. lines—Newall Jig Borer in 3 sizes; Newall Thread Grinder in 2 sizes; L.A. Type Production Grinder; This factory employs nearly 500 people in the 336 Aircraft Engineering http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

Trade Announcements

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology , Volume 19 (10): 1 – Oct 1, 1947

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0002-2667
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Q.L. Type Grinder; Keighley KL 4 x 18 Grinder; Keighley KU Universal Grinder; Keighley KN Internal and KS Internal—and the whole range of optical and mechanical measuring equipment manu­ factured by O.M.T.—Omtimeters, etc.; Optical Cir­ Under this heading are published monthly news of recent professional appointments, cular Tables, etc.; Toolmakers' Microscope, etc. The industrial developments and business changes, etc. Sentinel range to be offered will be: 6½, 8½ and 10½ in. Lathe; Sentinel Cridan High Speed Threading Machine; F.U. Variable Speed Units; Sentinel No. 58 Aluminium Union Limited manufacture of Plain Bearings and Bushes, Universal Milling Machine; Sentinel Punch Shaping generally for the engine-building industry. This firm announces its return to the Adclphi, Machine. Strand, London, W.C.2. (Telephone: TEMple Bar Th e main factory at Alperton, Wembley, 3535), from Grosvenor House, Park Lane. Middlesex, has been enlarged to the limit of the Philips Lamps available space. For many years before the war On September 1st, 1947, Philips Lamps Ltd. The Bristol Aeroplane Company the Company claimed that this works was the changed its name to Philips Electrical Limited, Mr Cyril F . Uwins, O.B.E., A.F.C., has been largest plain bearing factory in Europe. At the Century House, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.C.2. appointed to the Board of Directors of the Bris­ moment, 1,500 people are employed there and The Portsmouth Aerocar tol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., Filton, Bristol. the output of this factory, together with that of The Directors of Portsmouth Aviation announce Mr G. S. M. White relinquishes the position the Scottish works, for 1946 exceeded 29,000,000 that their Chairman has recently negotiated an agree­ of Divisional Managing Director (Aircraft half-bearings and bushes. In addition to these ment which will enable the Portsmouth Aerocar to Division) and Mr W. R. Verdon Smith relin­ production factories, the Company also operates be produced in the near future at the factory of quishes the position of Head Office Director, Service Stations at Manchester and Glasgow for Portsmouth Aviation Limited in India, as well as at both being appointed Joint Assistant Managing bearing repair work and the supply of spares. their works in England. Directors of the Company in succession to the In consequence certain changes in the Directors G.E.C . Process Heating by High Frequency late Mr Herbert J. Thomas. Mr C. F. Uwins be­ and executive personnel are being carried out. Mr Generators. The General Electric Co. Ltd., Magnet Geoffrey Foster has been invited to become Deputy comes Divisional Managing Director (Aircraft House, Kingsway, London. W.C.2. Chairman of Portsmouth Aviation Limited, Ports­ Division). mouth, of which company Mr E. L. Granville re­ A very informative technical booklet on the mains Chairman and Managing Director. Mr E. L. The British Aluminium Company G.E.C. high-frequency heating equipment. The Granville has been appointed Chairman of the Indian Mr Freeman Horn, on reaching the retiring principles of eddy current and dielectric heating company and Mr L. M. J. Balfour, B.Sc, A.R.Ae.S., age at the end of June, relinquished his position are described and this equipment, together with is expected to go to India as resident Joint Managing as Intelligence Officer and Manager of the the generators, is described and illustrated. The Director of the Indian company. Mr Walter H. Special Products Department of the British use of high-frequency heating for different pur­ Jenks, Secretary and Director, has gone to India and has been appointed to the Board of the Indian com­ Aluminium Co., Ltd., Salisbury House, London poses is dealt with briefly, and the direct aero­ pany. Mr. J. R. C. Miller, the well-known Portsmouth Wall, E.C.2. He is being retained in a consulta­ nautical application to the acceleration of glue solicitor, has joined the Portsmouth Board as tive capacity to the Company until the end of drying on aeroplane spars is illustrated. alternate Director. Major F. L. Luxmoore, D.F.C., the Director in charge of the development of the The Hymatic Engineering Company Mr L. V. Chilton, M.A. (Cantab.), has been 'Aerocar' is also to act as Technical Adviser to both appointed Manager of the Intelligence Depart­ Th e Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd., of Red- companies. ment, and Miss W. Lewis, B.Sc., Information ditch, Worcestershire, makers of quality aircraft Selling to Technicians. By N. C. Stoneham. Officer. and industrial compressed air equipment and Stoneham and Kirk, 40 Bloomsbury Street, Lon­ Responsibility for the sale of Special Products the famous Hymatic Portable Compressor, an­ don, W.C.1. is being transferred to the Sales Division under nounce the appointment of Mr G. V. Bloom- Mr R. M. Warrington, who has recently given field, B.Sc., as Research Physicist. This little booklet is a short essay in which the up his position as Assistant Development Mana­ Mr Bloomfield will be engaged primarily on author explains his (sound) views on technical ger to become an Assistant Sales Manager in research into the mechanism of drop formation publicity and advises manufacturers to use an Sales Division and to look after Unwrought and with particular reference to spraying fluids, and advertising agent who is 'not too keen on adver­ Special Products. Mr S. F . Derbyshire, Manager also on the spraying of powders. tising' for 'selling' products to technicians—a of the Alumina Department of Production Divi­ view which we, suffering from too many smart Milwaukee Machine Tools sion, will be responsible for technical matters and uninformative news releases, most heartily affecting Special Products. Owing to their heavy development programme in endorse. their own plant, Messrs A. C. Wickman Ltd., British European Airways Wellworthy Piston Rings Coventry, have by mutual agreement relinquished their agreement with the Kearney & Trecker Cor­ British European Airways have recently signed the Wellworthy Piston Rings Ltd., of Lymington, poration, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A., covering lease for approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of the ground Hants, announce the opening on Monday, August the manufacture and the sales of Milwaukee Machines floor and basement of Stafford Court, a modern 25th, 1947, of a new service branch at 20 Gallowgatc, in this country. block of shops and flats in High Street, Kensington. Aberdeen (Telephone: Aberdeen 28257) under the As from September 15th, 1947, Messrs C.V.A. Stafford Court will serve as the London arrival and management of Mr T. Vance. Jigs, Mould and Tools Ltd., Hove, Sussex, have departure point for B.E.A. itself, as well as for obtained the manufacturing rights for all Kearney & certain companies for which B.E.A. acts as agents. It Trccker Machine Tools, and Messrs E. H. Jones will thus take the place of Airways Terminal for all (Machine Tools) Ltd., Edgware Road, The Hyde, B.E.A. passenger handling activities in London apart N.W.9, have been appointed the sole selling agents from bookings, and it is hoped that the move there for the complete range of Kearney & Treckcr will be made early in 1948. machines. Euco Tools Kelvin and Hughes Merger Euco Tools Ltd. announce that they have moved A new company, under the name of Kelvin & to larger premises at the following addresses: Head Hughes Ltd., has been registered to acquire the issued Office—44 London Road, Kingston-on-Thames; capitals of Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird Ltd. and Works—Fairfield North, Kingston-on-Thames. Henry Hughes & Son Ltd., two famous British firms Fellows and Orcutt Gears with a century of history behind their products. The Board of this new company is as follows: Alfred Herbert Ltd., Coventry, who are agents for Chairman, Sir Frederick C. Stewart, D.L., LL.D., the products of the Fellows Gear Shaper Company of J.P.; Deputy Chairman, Sir Allan Gordon-Smith, America, have recently been appointed sole agents in K.B.E., D.I.; Joint Managing Directors, Frank the United Kingdom for the sale of the well-known Arthur King, A.M.I.E.E., A.F.R.Ac.S., George Brian Orcutt range of spur and helical gear grinding Gibbon Potter, B.Sc, M.I.Mech.E., A.F.R.Ae.S.; machines, spline grinding machines and measuring Directors, Ralph Gordon-Smith, William Thornton and testing equipment made by the Gear Grinding Slater, M.Sc, A.F.R.Ae.S., Arthur Joseph Hughes, Co. of Birmingham. The latter firm, who have the O.B.E., F.R.Ae.S. largest plant in the country for gear and spline grind­ ing, will continue to offer these facilities to the trade. Newall-Sentinel Ltd. By a reciprocal arrangement the Gear Grinding Co. A new company, Newall-Sentinel Ltd., with head­ have undertaken to manufacture Fellows products, quarters at Shrewsbury, has been formed to handle, including genuine Fellows Gear Shaper Cutters, in as from August 1st, 1947, the sales and distribution this country while the Fellows Gear Shaper Co. will of the Newall group of companies—formerly make Orcutt machines in America. Full details of this handled by E. H. Jones (Machine Tools) Ltd. and arrangement will be announced later. also the machine-tool products of Sentinel (Shrews­ bury) Ltd. The London office of the new company The Glacier Metal Company is at 50 Mount Street, W.1; Telephone: Regent 1986. The newly-built Scottish factory of the Glacier The production programme, which will be handled Metal Co., Ltd., at Kirkstile, Kilmarnock, was by Newall-Sentinel Ltd., includes the present Newall formally opened on June 16th, 1947. lines—Newall Jig Borer in 3 sizes; Newall Thread Grinder in 2 sizes; L.A. Type Production Grinder; This factory employs nearly 500 people in the 336 Aircraft Engineering

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Published: Oct 1, 1947

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