Davies and Soames
of Faraday House, 66 Southampton Row, London WC
Related to or also known as Daysohms Welding Co
1918 The Daysohms clutch was designed and patented by Messrs. Davies and Soames. It was differential electro·magnetic clutch, which may be used to connect either an electric motor, or a gas or oil engine, to a dynamo, or to connect an electric motor to a mechanical load.
1919 The success of the Daysohms clutch led the inventors to extend the ideas to control of arc welding. They had developed and manufactured the Daysohms alternating-current limiting regulator, designed for arc welding
1921 Introduced improved version of the regulator with mechanical control throughout the whole range
1928 Daysohms Ltd was removed from the register of joint stock companies