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British Rema Manufacturing Co

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March 1957.

of Highroad Well, Halifax, Yorkshire. Telephone: Halifax 61258. Telegraphic Address: "Drill, Halifax"

Established 1926

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Multiplex Coal Pulveriser firing Furnace. Pneumatic Drier for drying granulated materials. Ring Mill Pulveriser. Vacuum Classifier. Unit air Separator. Swing Hammer disintegrator. Bennet Rotary Vibrating Screen. Pulvis Centrifugal Clutches. (Stand No. D.804).[1]

1939 Became part of the Edgar Allen Group and the work was transferred to Sheffield.

Note: (06/08)

  • The company has its own website: [1]

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