Robert Mann Lowne's type anemometer, 1861-1865

Made:
1861-1865 in London
maker:
Louis Paschal Casella
designer:
Robert Mann Lowne
patentee:
Benjamin Biram

Robert Mann Lowne's type anemometer, based on Benjamin Biram's 1842 patent, made by Louis Paschal Casella, London, England, 1861-1865. The anemometer was made for Dr. E. A. Parkes at the Royal Victoria Military Hospital, Netley, Hampshire. It was later used in mining.

Details

Category:
Meteorology
Object Number:
1914-920
type:
anemometer
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • measuring device - instrument
credit:
South Kensington Museums Works Division

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