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Arrow Electric Switches

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1938.

of Hanger Lane, London, W5.

of Brent Road, Southall, Middx. (1960)

1937 British Industries Fair Advert for Switches and Control Gear; Rotary, Tumbler, Magnetic Switches. Cooker Switches, Thermostats, Full Range Switches for control. Fractional Horse-power Motors and Domestic Appliances. Direct on-line Magnetic Motor Starting Switches. Pilot Light Control Units of new modern design. (Electricity: Industrial and Domestic Section - Stand No. Cb.711) [1]

1937 Switch and accessory manufacturers. "Arrow" Switches. [2]

1942 Patent - Improvements in electric switches having automatic tripping means.

1960 Moved to to new premises in Southall.[3]

1965 Patent - Improvements in electric switches.


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