Power supply lead, with steel tubular connectors at one end

Made:
1931
maker:
Bradford Dyers Association Limited

Power supply lead, that has round pin plug at one end and steel tubular connectors at the other end, for prototype machine for shrinking cotton cloth using the Rigmel system developed in 1931, invented by Alexander Melvile, England and made by the Bradford Dyers Association Ltd., Bradford, Yorkshire, England, 1931

Details

Category:
Collection Unassigned
Object Number:
1952-83/2
Materials:
asbestos, copper (alloy), plastic (unidentified) and steel (metal)
credit:
Bradford Dyers' Association Ltd.

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