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elm works full range | lanterns

1 pattern
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BC Top Entry No Gear 1933 Advert



329 pattern
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BC Top Entry No Gear 1933 Advert



350 pattern
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e pattern
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parade pattern
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parade pattern
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earlsfield
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dispersive
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springfield
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lobby
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majestic
See also: Kempton & Son's Majestic
Ideal lamp for main street lighting. A circular lantern designed for central suspension (but later could be used with bracket arms). Fitted with Multiplane mirror reflectors. Designed for B.S.I. installations of Classes F, E or D (later Group 'A'). The reflectors could be adjusted in-situ by way of wing-nuts so that the beam can be raised or lowered. The reflector constitutes almost a complete "cut-off" thus almost eliminating glare. Can be fitted with refractors, stainless steel wing reflectors or "Multiplane" mirror glass reflectors. Entirely storm proof and gives a maximum and even illumination on the road surface. Has a 'Type 2 Distribution' (Semi Cut-Off) according to the draft 1945 specification.

Post-war houses between 9 to 12 No. 2 mantles.

??? 1000 candle power
10-15 mantles Top Entry 1946 Advert
1946 Programme



stellaris
For the lighting of Group B narrow roads. Incorporates curved mirror glass reflectors in the lantern roof, for the re-direction of upper hemispherical light, and provides for such roads adequate illumination with the utmost economy in fuel consumption.
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??? mantles Top Entry 1946 Advert
1946 Programme





heathfield
See also: Kempton & Son's Heathfield
Recommended for side street lighting. Can be fitted with refractors, stainless steel wing reflectors or "Multiplane" mirror glass reflectors. Exceptionally strong and is rain and wind proof. It is a taper square suspension lantern, with a pre-war reputation for robustness of construction and effective performance, and has its place in the post-war reconstruction of damaged roads.
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1946 Programme









kemborn
See also: Kempton & Son's Kemborn
A circular lantern designed for central suspension. Fitted with Multiplane mirror glass reflectors. Has a similar appearance to the Majestic but smaller and used for the lighting of secondary and residential roads (Group B). Can be fitted with refractors, stainless steel wing reflectors or "Multiplane" mirror glass reflectors. Gives an output of 1200 to 2400 lumens. Design slightly changed post-war. It is a bowl suspension lantern, with a pre-war reputation for robustness of construction and effective performance, and has its place in the post-war reconstruction of damaged roads.
??? 400 candle power
4-6 mantles Top Entry 1946 Advert
1946 Programme





elmax
For the lighting of Group B roads. Should meet with the approval of all public lighting engineers who wish to preserve the sound construction, effective performance and easy of maintenance of the taper-square lantern, but who regard the shape of the latter as out-of-date.
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??? mantles Top Entry 1946 Advert
1946 Programme





tudor
For the lighting of Group B roads in "better-class" districts. A favourite of the architect and street planner. Has been improved with the addition of directive equipment.
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??? mantles Top Entry 1946 Advert
1946 Programme