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Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay of the Vulcan Foundry and Engine Works, Paisley.
1838 Company founded as Donald and Craig.
1892 Incorporated as a limited company.
Maker of stationary engines. 
1900 Triple effect Evaporator for a sugar plant illustrated. 
1907 Supplied an engine to T. Whitehead and Co
1910 A speciality was turbine castings for battleships and cruisers .
1914 Engineers. Specialities: air compressing engines, high-class slow speed winding and driving engines for mines, mills and power stations; pumping plants; hydraulic installations; cotton pressing plants; evaporators; iron castings up to 50 tons for marine engines and turbines. Employees 700. 
1920 Private company.
Large direct-driven electric winder for No. 4 shaft, City Deep Ltd, South Africa. Double cylindroconical drum 17 ft 6" to 35 ft diameter. Length of wind 4500 ft. Also a geared drive electric winder for Simmer and Jack Mines Ltd, South Africa. Length of wind 6300 ft
1960 Steam and electric winders for mining.
1961 Engineers and manufacturers of winding engines, air and gas compressors, hydraulic pumps, cargo gears and evaporators. 250 employees.