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Walter Poynter Adams

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Walter Poynter Adams (1865- )

1922 M.I.E.E., A.K.C., Elec. and Hydro-Elec. Engr; b. 1865; s. of James. Adams, M.D. Ed. King's Coll. School. Training: King's Coll. Eng. Department. Career: Served with Woodhouse and Rawson, Siemens Brothers and Co. and Crompton and Co. Own business from 1898. Various public and private works. Special subjects (I) Utilization of Water Power; (2) Electric Heating and Cooking; (3) Utilization of Waste Heat from Refuse Destructors; (4) General Electricity Supply Undertakings. Publ.: Motor Car Mechanism and Management. Address: 2, Ulva Road, Putney,. S.W.15. T. N.: Putney 1666.

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