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Fractional H.P. Motors

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1957. Fracmo.

Fractional H.P. Motors Birmingham, Hastings and London.

Fractional Horse Power Motors

Addresses at Rookery Way, Colindale, NW9; Landsdowne Road, Erdington, Birmingham; Woodlands Way, The Ridge Hastings. They were part of the Lindustries group. [1]

Manufactured small motor drives such as the motors of the "Silent Six" electric extractor fan made by Axia Fans in the 1930s.[2] They also made the Sylentflo hairdryer in the 1960s[3]

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