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Palatine Engineering Co

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June 1893.
September 1893.
October 1893.
July 1898.
April 1903.
December 1907.
February 1908.
1910 Palatine Tide Level Recorder from Blacktoft Jetty and Ship Lock (Middle Pier) at the Yorkshire Waterways Museum
1910 Palatine Tide Level Recorder
1910 Palatine Tide Level Recorder
Waterman's Sounding Rod.
Waterman's Sounding Rod (detail).
'Deacon' waste water flow recorder by Palatine Engineering, at Mill Meece Pumping Station. The lower portion housed a flow-sensitive spool, while the cylinder contained a clock-driven chart recorder

of Hawthorne Road, Bootle, near Liverpool. Iron and Copper Founders

Establised 1887.

Maker of steam valves and hot water taps invented by Lord Kelvin (see advert)

Makers of flow metering equipment

1922 Specialities: water meters, blast furnace fittings.

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