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Henry Samuel Denny

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Henry Samuel Denny (1872- )

1922 C.B.E., M.Inst.M.M., M.Arner.I.M.M.E., M.S.A.I.E., M.Inst.P.T., Man. Dir., Denny Chemical Engineering Co., Ltd.; Man. Dir., Callow Rock Lime Co., Ltd.; b. 1872; s. of Thomas Denny, Engr., Kent, England. Ed. High School, Sydney, Australia. Training: School of Mines in the University of Melbourne, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Career: Work in connection with Min. and Metallurgy in S. Af., U.S. of America, Mexico, Austro Hungary, Portugal, Canada, etc.; responsible for the introduction of Tube Milling, Filter Pressing, and circulation of Cyanide Solution through Mills, on the Rand; during the War responsible for Design Construction and Organization, and successful production of several High Explosive Factories, under the M. of M.; after the Armistice selected Head of Tech. Commission to Asst. Gen. Plumer in the occupied German Territory; Deputy Civil Commissioner in the British occupied Area, Germany, under General Plumer. Many pubis. in Tech. Journals and proceedings of Technical Societies in S. Af., U.S., Mexico, and U.K. Club: Chemical Industries. I Address: 810-81i, Salisbury House, London Wall, London. E.C.

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