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18th November 1919
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Albion Motor Car Co., Ltd.

The exhibit of the Albion Motor. Car Co., Ltd., on Stand No. 7, Row C, -will comprise a useful hydraulic tipping wagon which has been specially designed for the use of local authorities.

The tipping body is, mounted on a standard. 32 h.p. Albion chassis, which has a carrying capacity of 3i tons. It is built of strong and well-braced steel plates.

Most of our readers will know that in the Albion hydraulic a light machinery oil is forced by a pump beneath the driver's seat to the tipping cylinder, which is carried on trunnion brackets secured to cross members. This pump is of the Hele-Shaw type, and is driven from the propeller shaft of the chassis by a substantial roller chain. The pump is 'brought into operation by the movement of a lever. conveniently placed to the driver's-left hand. Once the limit of the body's travel has been reached, a spring-loaded safety valve comes into action and the body remains in its tipping' position until the control lever is pulled in the reverse direction. It is claimed that the load can be tipped in one--aiul-a-quarter minutes and the body returned to its norma4horizonta1 position in about -45 seconds. The oil itsecl as a hydraulic medium is returned to

B32 the tank beneath the pump after one tipping operation, in readiness for the next. So far as the chassis is concerned, the four-cylindered engine develops 32.4 b.h.p. at 1,050 r.p.m. The bore and stroke of the cylinders are 114 rem. and 127 mm. respectively. The gearbox provides for three speeds forward and a reverse speed.

Associated Equipment Co., Ltd.

A four-ton mechanically-operated tipping wagon will be shown by the Associated Equipment. Co.' Ltd., on Stand No. 3, Row C. The body is constructed of metal, and the tipping gear is of the Bromilow Edwards hydraulic type. The construction of this chassis very closely resembles that of the . London omnibus. , The engine is a 45 h.p. four-cylindered one, with the cylinders cast in pairs. The frame is of the wood and flitch plate construction. The drive is taken through a four-speed and reverse gearbox to a worm-driven back axle provided with a cast-steel central casing with cast steel extension pieces and spring brackets. The lid of the easing forms a housing for the worm, and the differential is slcuig from it, thus facilitating the removal of the worm and differential without disturbing the rest of the axle.

Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd:

On Stand No. 1, Row A, various grades of the asphalt products of the Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd., will be shown. These products, it, is stated, cover the full range of requirements for asphalt work of all kinds. Further information and leaflets may be obtained at the stand.

The company's well-known brands of refined oils and motor spirits, it is presumed, will also occupy a prominent position on the stand.

Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Co., Ltd.

The Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Co., Ltd., on Stand Ncis. 5 and 6 in Row A, will stage a comprehensive exhibit of their petroleum products, chief amongst, which will be their well-known Mexican Bitumen " Mexphalte," which has obtained much success both in this country and abroad for all forms of bituminous road -construction. The company are also showing their popular brands of Mex motor spirit, which is distributed-in this country by the Bowring Petroleum Co., Ltd. and the latter company's "All's. Wed" motor oils and their well-known brands of kerosene for illuminating purposes, and B.E.V.O. for tractors and oil engines.

Aveling and Porter, Ltd.

This long-established Rochester concern are staging one of their 10-ton steam road rollers on Stand No. 4b, Row D. The machine is of a, new design, and a compound piston valve engine is utilized as a power unit. The vehicle is run an steel-rimmed roller wheels, and is fitted with a Morrison two-tine scarifier.

Buford and Perkins, Ltd.

The old-established concern of Barford and Perkins, Ltd., of Peterborough, will, as might be expected, be showing on Stand No. 9, Row D, two of their heavy-type road rollers. The lighter machine weighs seven tons empty and nine tons full, and is well adapted for the needs of municipal engineers. It is driven by a 20 h.p. two-cylindered Dorman engine of -neavy construction, which is governed at 950 r.p.m. It. is fitted with a Bradburn-Cox vaporizer, which will enable the engine to use paraffin as a fuel. The gearbox provides for two steeds in either direction, and it is claimed that the machine will easily tackle a gradient of one in six.

The heavier of the two exhibits weighs 10 tons empty and 12 tons fell. This roller has a 40 h.p. four-cylindered Dorman engine, and, as in the case of the lighter model, a BradburreCox vaporizer is fitted for the u,se of paraffin. In point of construction, this machine is almost identical to the lighter model.

British Four-wheeled Drive Tractor Lorry CO.

The only four-wheel-drive lorry to be seen at the exhibition will be shown on Stand No. 10, Row B, by the British Four-Wheel-Drive Tractor Larry Co. We described this vehicle at some length

in our issue for August 5th last. It may be remembered that the power unit is of Dorman manufacture, and it develops 44 b.h.p. at 1,100 r.p.m., corresponding to a speed on top gear of 14 m.p.h. The power is transmitted through a substantially-built five-plate clutch, consisting of two fixed steel plates and three Ferodolined floating plates. Flexibility is obtained by a spherical coupling on the gearbox shaft. The gearbox provides for three forward and a reverse speed. The drive from this box is taken through a silent Renold chain to a central differential, and from this differential cardau shafts convey the power to bevel gearing on the front and rear axles. Each of these axles is also provided with a differential, making a total of three for the vehicle.

Both axles are of the full-floating type, the entire weight of the vehicle being taken on the axle casings front and back.

The body is of slightly over three-ton capacity, and is designed for the express parpoee of transporting loose coal. It is divided into three sections.

British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Co., Ltd.

The use of reinforced concrete for road construction is comparatively new, but there is little doubt that for some classes of road and for ustawhen the foundations are unstable it will replace other methods of construction. The exhibit of the British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Co., Ltd., on Stand No. 7, 'Row F, will therefore compel attention. It will consist of a sample Of reinforced concrete stab such as is used in the construction of reinforced roads, and a separate sample roil No 9 B.R.C. fabric which is the size of reinforcement almost univer sally used in these roads.

H. G. Burford and Co., Ltd.

H. G. Burford and Co., Ltd., will have on view on Stand No. 4, Row B, one of their two-ton chassis fitted with a Stamper patent tipping body. They will also show one of the Stamper loading trucks, which, as moat of our readers know, can be transferred from one lorry to another thus enabling waste of time to be avoided and usefully employing the prime mover to its fullest extent.

Caledon Motors, Ltd.

Caledon Motors, Ltd., will show on Stand No. 9, Row C, a four-ton tipping lorry fitted with a. steel tipping body. The gear used is the Edward hydraulic hoist fitted with a doable ram, and operated from the engine.

This vehicle is fitted with a new type of 40 h.p. engine of particularly interesting design. The four cylinders are cast in pairs, the exhaust ports being situated on the near-side, and the inlet ports on the off-side. The valves are of the single sleeve type, constructed under the Bart-McCollum patents, previously known as the Argyll single-sleeve valve.

In the Oaledon engine a greatly simplified method of operating the sleeves is introduced, a simple crank and short connecting rod giving the elliptical motion to each sleeve.

The cylinder heads are detachable, and large covers arc also provided on each cylinder so that the water jackets can be cleaned when necessary. The bore and stroke of this engine are 110 mm. by 140 mm. respectively. The h.p. is 44 at an engine speed of 1,300 r.p.m. The final drive is by chains, and stout radius rods are provided. The wheels are all of the east-steel tubular type. Caledon lorries in municipal service have given every satisfaction to their users

• Clayton and Co., Ltd.

One of the most interesting exhibits which is bound to rouse considerable attention is the patent sprinkler, „road sweeper and refuse collector which is being exhibited by Clayton and Co., Huddersfield, Ltd., on Stand No. 12. Row B.

The Clayton street sweeper first sprinkles the road with just sufficient water to slack the dust, when it is brushed into the collector which conveys it into this hopper in a dustless form. At the front of the machine, irinnediately behind the sprinklers, are placed two brushes which operate, tangentially. These brushes sweep at the extreme width of the machine, throwing the refuse into the centre, from which the rear brush collects it and throws it into the pan and conveyor. By this means the total Width of 7 ft. 6 ins, can be sprinkled and swept in one operation. The brushoperating mechanism is quite antornatic, and only .,COPIes into operation when

lowered for sweeping purposes. Elevating the brush throws the operating mechanism out of gear and enables the machine to be used as an ordinary motor vehicle, for the purpose of carrying the collected refuse to a discharge dump, The road brushes are mechanically hung and balanced so that they float over the road surface and, no matter what, the condition of the road, the work can be carried out efficiently.

Clayton and Shuttleworth, Ltd.

This company, who have over 70 years' experience behind them in the manufactitre of steam road vehicles, will. stage J334 on Stand No. 9, Raw B, a five-ton steam wagon fitted with mechanically-operated. end-tipping body, and a 10-ton compound steam road roller. This latter exhibit is of the compound-cylinder type, both cylinders being fitted with sliding valves, The valve gear is of the usual double-eccentric type, with Stephenson link motion. Ajnechanically-operated

oil pump, which stops and starts with the engine, ensures automatic lubrication of the various working parts. The engine power is transmitted 'through a train of

gearwheels to the hind rollers. Two speeds are arranged for of 2 and 4 m.p.h. respectively. The boiler employed is of the Belpaire type.

The front rollers overlap the track of the hind rollers.

The steam wagon is of the company:8 well-tried overtype design. The boiler is of the locomotive type, designed for a working pressure of 200.1b. per sq. in, The cylinders are bolted direct to a pressed-steel seating on top of the boiler barrel and are of the two-cylinder corn pound type. A non-compounding or double high-pressure gear is provided, which admits high-pressure steam to the low-pressure cylinder_ The valve gear is of the Stephenson type. The transmission is by spur gearing from crank to countershaft, and by roller chain • from countershaft to the rear axle.

The mechanically-operated end-tipping gear is simple, tho drive being taken from the end of the crankshaft throug'n a get of bevel wheels to a pair of vertical screwed shafts. The operation of tipping can be performed by the driver fl-urn the cab by means of a lever and clutch. The gear can be operated by hand if desired.

Daimler Co., Ltd.

A Daimler 2-3-ton commercial chassis fitted with hydraulic tipping steel body will be staged by this Ceventry company on Stand No. 4, Row C. The chassis has four-eylindered engine of the company's sleeve-valve pattern and the cylinders have a bore and stroke of 95 mm. by 140 mm. respectively. Its R.A.C. rating is 24.4 h.p.

. The gearbox gives, four speeds forward and a reverse, the former, at 1,000 r.p.m., giving road speeds of 31 m.p.h., 7 m.p.h., 10 m.p.h., and 14 m.p.h. respectively_ The rear aide drive is through a worm gear aecorcling to standard DaimIer practice, and the torque and thrust are transzni4Ited to the front portions of the rear springs. The wheelbase of the chassis i 11 ft. 6 ins.

So far as the body is concerned, this is of all steel, and measures 10 ft. by 6 ft. by 2 ft. deep.

Dennis Bros., Ltd. .

One of the most comprehensive exhibits of the whole exhibition will be that shown by the above company on Stand No. 3, Row B. Four vehicles in all will be shown. An end-tipping body of 3-4 tons capacity, mounted on a subsidytype chassis, will be one of the exhibits. This body is arranged to. give an angle of 40 degrees for tipping. The tipping gear consists of a single horizontal screw with steel bevels, gunmetal nut, andsteel shafts. The body travels lengthWise an rollers until the load is approximately balanced on a point when tipping commences.

The second exhibit will be a streetwatering vehicle fitted with Warwick sprinkler gear. The tank of this vehicle is cylindrical in shape and has a capacity of 750 gallons. The volume of spray is adjustable, and will spread to a maximum width . of 25 ft. This body is also mounted on a Dennis subsidy-type chassis.

The third exhibit will be a tower wagon, and, as in the case of the previous vehicles, this will be mounted on a subsidy-type chassis. The elevating gear of this vehicle is of the Rawlinson central screw-gear -type, which can be operated by one man. The remaining exhibit will be one of the company's well-known turbine fire engines of 60 h.p. The engine is a fourcylindered one, with the cylinders cast in pairs, and the bore and stroke are respectively 127 mm. by 180 mm. Water circulation is by centrifugal pump. The pump is a three-stage turbine one. It is capable of delivering 480 gallons per minute at 120 lb. pressure, whilst it can deliver up to 550 gallorus per minute at 90 lb. pressure.

W, and G. du Cros, Ltd.

Stand Nn. 3, Row D, will be given over to the display of a two-ton W. and G. tipping wagon. The engine of this chassis is a four-eylindered one of Dorman manufacture, and has a bore and stroke of 95 man. by 140 mm. respectively ; it gives 25 h.p. at 1,100 r.p.m. The clutch is of the familiar cone type and is Foredolined. The gearbox provides for four forward speeds and a reverse.

The rear axle consists of a horizontal banjo-type semi-steel casting, to which the brake and; spring anclrorages,.eare bolted.

the hand screw tipping gear is worlced through bevels on either side of the chassis, the screw being totally enclosed by h light steel tubing. The body can be tilted to art,angle of 40 degrees.

Dunlop iRubberiCo., Ltd.

We do not for the moment know ex actly what form the Dunlop Rubber Co.'s exhibit will take, but we-presume that they will show a large variety of their solid rubber lyres, whilst it may be expected that the company's large pneumatics, which were recently shown at Olympia for the first time, will also be on view.

Eagle, Engineering Co., Ltd.

On the,stand of the Eagle Engineering Co.. Ltd.; of Warwick, No. 8, Row C, a Daimler 2-3-ton chassis similar in point of detail -to that exhibited on the Daimler stand is shown. In this case, however, the chassis is fitted with a handoperated tipping body. The latter is of ash framing and elm planking with a horizontal SerelV4ipping gear. which first moves the body backwards and then tips it.

Eagle Star and British Dominions Insurance Co.

The Eagle Star and British Dominions Insurance 0o., Ltd., are erecting at the Royal Agricultural Hall a very handsome kiosk in the panels of which appear hand-painted pictures depicting all phases of assurance and insurance. The conipany's representative will be in attendance at the kiosk for the purpose of supplying -information. .

• Edison Accumulators, Ltd.

In all probability, the exhibits of Edison Accumulators, Ltd., on Stand No. 11, Row B; will consist of their latest two-ton model (which we fully described in MIL last issue), fitted with a tipping body. To refresh the memory Of some of our readers, we may mention that the frame is of the wood and flitch plate construction, and is perfectly straight throughout the chassis length. Two driving motors are suspended amidships below the frame level ; they are inclined towards the rear axle, and each drives through the medium of a chain reduction one of the two driving shafts. The final drive to each rear wheel is by bevel gears.

On this vehicle one set of accumulators is carried within the bonnet, whilst another set is conveniently situated below the driver's seat.

The tipping body fitted to this machine is electrically operated by toggle-jointed gearing.

Fodens, Ltd.

To all our readers the name of Fodens, Ltd., in connection with the manufacture of steam wagons will be familiar. The

company will be exhibiting on Stand No. 2, Row 1), one of their standard type five-ton rubber-tvred wagons, which is to the order of I"ickfords, Ltd., the wellknown carriers. As is generally known, the, Fodett is made with a loco-type firetube boiler and overhead engine, the final drive being by a single stout chain. A low-sided lorry body will be fitted to the vehicle to be staged.

John Fowler and Co., Ltd.

Althotigh the • "Tiger" tractor is a comparatively new model (itbeing exhibited for the first time at the 'Royal Show at Cardiff) it has already become very, popular amongst road authorities generally. The tractor is provided with loco-type fire tube boiler, the working preesure being 180 lb.

The tractor which will be exhibited will be shod with rubber tyres on the front and rear wheels, but, if desired, it earl be mounted on ordinary steel-shod wheels.

H. Frood Co., Ltci.-' The exhibits of the above concern will include the non-metallic fabric made from pure asbestos. The new Ferodo bonded ,ftsbestos. No. 9L is worthy of attention. It is composed of pure asbestos without wire reinforcements. It has the hardness of metal, andis -stated to be paroue and incompressible. The samples of the company's '.manufactures -will be mounted on white boards and a description of each will be clearly marked. Garrett and Sons, Ltd.

Four vehicles in all will be shown on Stand No. 2, Row B, by this well-known company of -Leiston engineers. They will be a compound steam tractor, a six-ton spring-monuted end-tipping trailer, a super-heated steam wagon, and an electric vehicle.

The compound steam tractor to be shown will he fitted with solid tyres, and is of the company's well-known type.

The six-t'

on spring-Mounted, handtipping trailer has been designed for use behind a'fast-moving Vehicle.

The steam wagon -which will he on view is fitted. with a mechanically•-oper

ated, end-tipping, wooden body, and the vehicle as shown is shed with solid rubber tyres.

The electric vehicle will be of 21-ton capacity, and this vehicle is also fitted with an end-tipping wooden body, which, in this case, is electrically operated. The drive of this vehicle is by double-reduction. The controller gives six speeds forward and -four reverse speeds.

General Vehicle Co., Ltd.

The G.V. electric vehicles have become very popular in this country, and a typical example of the company's manufacture is to ire exhibited • on Stand No._ 1, Row D. The -vehicle is of the standard 34-ton capacity.

The body is of steel, and is fitted with the Craymer unloader, which is fully described and illustrated on another page. of this issue.

Guy Motors, Ltd.

On Stand No. 5, Row B, will be found a 2-ton Guy chassis fitted with a tipping body. This vehicle has a 25 h.p. four-cylinderedvengine having a bore of 4 ins, and a stroke of 5 ins. The valves are of the mushroom type, and are placed under the cylinder head; the cylinder bead is detaibable.and water-cooled, the water connection being outside the head so that in the event of a leakage occurring the water cannot get into the cylinder. The gearbox provides for four forward speeds and a reverse. The engine and gearbox are carried on a sub-frame which is suspended from the main frame by three universal joints. The back axle .is of the double-reduction bevel and snur wheel type, the bearings supporting the gearbox being of the bail and roller type.

The tipping body which is Cited to this chassis is operated by a twin screw hand gear, and the body is metal lined. Body space behind the driver's cab is 11 ft. in length, 5 ft. 6 ins, in width, whilst the height of the sides is 2 ft. 3 ins.

3. and E. Hall, Ltd.

Two vehicles will comprise the exhibits of J. and E. Hall, Ltd., and they will be found On Stand No. 4. Row B. One will be a tipping wagon and the other a street watering machine. The tipping wagon is operated by a special hydraulic hoist situated at the front end of the body immediately behind the driver's seat, operated by a pump driven from the en/Tie; the pump is controlled by a lever situated near the driver. The body fitted to the Hallford street watering wagon is interchangeable with the hand tipping body. When the watering wagon is in use the tipping gear worm is fastened to the driver's seat. The water tank is fitted with bearers at the rear end which are accommodated on the tipping body fulcrum. The sprinklers (with combined washers and flushers) are placed on each Side of the chassis to the front of the driver's seat., and in this position the sprays can be kept under the observation and control of the driver.

Highways Construction, Ltd.

An interesting display illustrating their well-known system of Monolastic asphalte macadam road construction will form the exhibit of Highways Construction, Ltd., on Stand Nos. Sand 6, Row F.


The advantages of Monolastic in this connection are that the concrete foundation need not be broken up (thus saving considerable time and expense), with the result that the work is cartied.out quickly. Monolastic asphalte macadam is stated to be as durable and as efficient as wood paving.

Leyland Motors, Ltd.

As might be expected of this company, they are exhibiting both a petrol and steam vehicle, and these will be seen on Stand No. 6, Row B. The first-named vehicle will take the form of a fire-engine, whilst the second exhibit will be a 5-ton steam tipping wagon. The fire-engine is of the standard 500gallon type with a four-cylinder engine. The gearbox gives four speeds, and the rear axle is bevel driven. The pump is of the rotary type with cast-iron casing and gunmetal impellers. The 5-ton steamer is fitted with water tube bailer of the company's latest pattern. The engine has two high-pressure cylinders working at 250 lb. per sq. in. The crankshaft, second motion shaft and compensating shaft run in Timken roller hearings. The tipping screws used on this wagon, which are of the telescopic type, are mechanically driven by the engine through the medium of a clutch, which is operated from the driver's seat.

Maudslay Motor Co., Ltd.

Two vehicles will comprise the exhibit of the Maudslay Motor Co., Ltd., on Stand No. 7, Row B. One will be an end tipping wagon for carrying four-ton loads, whilst the second vehicle will also be fitted with a tipping body, but is designed to carry five-ton loads. The body of the four-ton vehicle is -divided into four separate compartments, each of which is designed to accommodate a ton, and as the body. has been especially designed for the conveyance of coal, it will be seen that this type of construction will facilitate the discharge of the whole or part of the load. The chassis in each case is fitted with 40 h.p. engine, with overhead valves operated by overhead camshafts. One of the main features of the construction of this engine is its accessibility.' The drive is taken from the eugne through a leather-faced cone clutch. The rear axle is of the banjo type and has a doable-reduction gear, the final drive being by spur-gear.

Lacre Motor Car Co., Ltd.

In view of the fact, that this company have sup-plied many vehicles for diversified municipal requirements, it is only to be expected that their exhibit is a comprehensive one. They are staging in all five vehicles a road sweeper, a tipping water cart and sprinkler,, a tipping wagon, a tower! wagon, and a char-abanes. 'The stand number is 1 in Row B. The engine of the chassis used for road-sweeping purposes is a four-cylinder one, and develops 15 b.p. ; it is watercooled. The gearbox provides for two speeds forward and a reverse; the final drive is by roller chains. The brush is mounted in a semi-circular brush guard, which is dismountable. The chassis of the tipping watercart, is the company's 0 model. When the vehicle is being used for watering purposes, a cylindrical tank moqinted on suitably-shaped timber bearings arranged for attachment to the lorry floor is provided. The chassis of the Lacre tipping wagon to be shown is the company's heavy-tvne model, and the power unit used develops 38-43 h.p. The fourth exhibit of the company is a tower wagon of the 30 11.p. two-ton type. The tower is Constructed in three sections, one of which is fixed while the other two are -telescopic.

The remaining vehicle will be a publicservice vehicle fitted with a body to carry 30 passengers.

Chas. Macintosh and Co., Ltd.

This well-known tyre concern will be exhibiting on Stand No. 6b, Row D, a number of back wheels fitted with twin solid rubber tyres of various sizes suitable for fitting to steam wagons. Front wheels to take single tyres 880 mm. by 120 min., suitable for either trailers or subsidy type perrol vehicles will also be on view. Tyres suitable for motor road sweepers will also be shown; in fact, the exhibit of this company will comprise every class of rubber tyre suitable for practically any type of municipal motor vehicle, including tractors and bailers.

North British' Rubber Co., Ltd.

Ono of the largest manufacturers of rubber goods of all descriptions is the North British Rubber Co., Ltd., of Edinburgh, and they will show a very. comprehensive display of their various manufactures an Stand No. 10, Row D.

The chief feature of the company's display of interest to. municipal users of commercial vehicles will undoubtedly be the company's "Clincher" solid rubber tyres.

Ransome, Sims and jefferies,Ltd.

A vary useful 3-1-ton electric wagon fitted with refuse-collecting body will be shown on Stand No. 8, Raw B. A small railway platform truck' will also be shown, together with a 36 in. motor lawn. mower.

In the 3i-ton chassis, the casing of each motor holds a double helical reduction gear, the final drive being by roller chain to each wheel. The motors are bolted to each side of the chassis frame, and firmly secured to the longitudinal and transverse members. The batteries are .contained in two boxes,-one at each side of the chassis and sliding underneath it.

The body fitted to this chassis has a capacity of 7 cubic yards. It is fitted with half-hinged sides in order to secure low loading height.

Robey and Co., Ltd.

The view design of Robey 5-ton-steam wagon, which, it will be remembered, was shown for the first time at the Royal Show at Cardiff, will be exhibited at the Royal Agricultural Hall on Stand No. 7b, Raw D.

The outstanding point of this overtype steam wagon is undoubtedly its low weight. Loaded with 5 tons 3 cwt. on a platform body of medium weight and complete with water and fuel, it totals only 10 tons 18 cwt. With the load

evenly distributed over the body, therear wheels together impose on the

uonnd a total of only 71 tons. The boiler is much lighter than is usual on this class of vehicle, whilst it is also mach simpler in design. It is of the locomotise type and no stays are used. The firebox is circular in the Main and has a domed tap. The engine is of the ordinary compound type with double high-pressure gear. The rear axle is of standard type and of very robust construction. The road

wheels are of pressed steal section; they are of neat construction, but are massive and substantial inaappearance.

Shell Marketing Co., Ltd.

Tlm, familiar brands of motor spirit marketed by this company will be shown on Stand No. 4, Row A. The exhibit will consist of various types of Shell spirits, amongst which are Aviator, Crown, and Swan.

Shrewsbury and Challiner Tyre Co., Ltd.

The exhibits to be shown on Stand Nn. 6a, 1Row D, which is occupied by Shrewsbury 1ST. and Challin,er Tyre Co., Ltd., will be almost identical to those seen on the stand in occupation by Chas. Macintosh and Co., Ltd. As is probably well known, the working of these two companies is closely connected.

Shaker-Squire, Ltd.

The exhibits on Stand No. 1, Row C, which is occupied by Straker-Squire, Ltd., are of special interest in view of the fact that this company have for some years past studied the requirements of municipal engineers. Three machines in an will be Shown. They are a vacuum galley emptier, a street washing machine. and a tipping wagon. In each case, the e ic le is a 55 h.p. 5-tonnea•. The gulley-emptying machine is used for extracting rnud and refuse from gullies, catchpits, sewers, cesspools and the like, and a circular tank of 870 gallons capacity serves, as a container for the liquid and eolid matter extracted.

The street-sweeping machine is similar to that in daily use by a number of London boroughs.

The 5-ton tipping wagon is fitted with Coast-able tipping gear, which enables the load to he easily tipped to 50 degrees in two minutes by one man. With this ear, a horizontal screw traverses the body on rollers until the point of balance is reached, when tipping occurs under oontrol of toggle levers, the tailboard a,utoinatically lifting clear of the body at the same tame.

Tasker and Sons, Ltd.

Stand No. 7a, Row D, will be occupied by the old-established concern of William Tasker and Sons, Ltd., of Andover. This company will exhibit' one of their chain-driven tractors and an end tipping trailer, whilst they also hope

to be able to show one of their wellknown "Little Giant" steam wagons fitted with an end tipping body. The end tipping trailer is mounted on wood wheele. The screw end tipping gear is fixed to the head of the trailer, and is operated by hand. The 3-ton compound steam wagon is fitted with single chain drive, the differential gear being incorporated within the main chain wheel. The gearing is arranged to give two speeds.

J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.

The exhibit of J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., is located at one end of the main hall, and consists of one of ten 40 h.p. "J" type 3--ton tipping wagons which are being supplied to the repeat order of the 'Westminster City Council. The tipping body is interchangeable with a street watering body.

The four-cylirrdered engine has a bore and stroke of 114 mm. by 152 man. respectively, and develops 40 h.p. A governor is fitted tc the engine. The gearbox provides four fm-ward speeds and a reverse, the drive to the rear wh,eela being by overhead worm. Both engine and gearbox are suspended on thee three-point system.

The front road wheels are 880 mm. by 120 mm., and the rear ones 1,050 mm. by 140 rem

Tilling-Stevens, Ltd.

Tilling-Stevens, Ltd. Will be exhibit

ing on Stand No. 5, Ltd., 0, a fire-engine constructed on oneof their wellknown petrol-electric chassis With the

pump mounted on a separate 'body, Which is carried at the rear of the engine, and can be readily dismounted wherf required at the scene of the fire. The pump is worked by electric power, which is normally used to propel the-chassis.

The company will also be showing one .of their 2-ton gear-driven tipping wagons.

• Townmead Construction Co.

A sample of Westrumite liquid asPhalt will be shown on Stand No. 3, Row E, by the Townsmead Construction Co., Ltd. Obviously, this is not a material which can furnish a big exhibit, so that the company are simply showing in a glass jar a gallon or so of the actual material as despatched for road work, ready for use. They are also showing a section of roadway taken out of 144th Street, E. Chicago, Ind., U.S.A., after six years' wear, which demonstrates the binding qualities of this material when used in conjunction with limestone aggregate.

Tuke and Bell, Ltd.'

Tuke and Bell, Ltd., of Lichfield, Staffs., are exhibiting on Stand No. 11, Rola A, their patent " Conatable " sidetipping wagon, and on their Stand No. 17, Row V, a sleeping van. The former is of more importance to the reader of this journal. This tipping body is operated by a screw, which traverses the body on anti-friction rollers. When the body has travelled to a point where body and load balance, toggles come into operation to control the tippina.An angle of 50 degrees is obtained, which is sufficient to eject any class of load. The side door, on the body being released, automatically unfastens and remains in its normal position and entirely out of the way of the material being tipped. This is a feature of considerable importance. The discharging of the load, it is claimed, can be effected in 90 seconds.

A 40 h.p. Pagefield tipping wagon with a. capacity of 3 to 4 tons will comprise the exhibit of Walker Bros. (Wigan), Ltd.; on Stand No. 10, Raw C.

This chassis is fitted with a Dorman subsidy engine, a four-speed gearbox and has a worm-driven back axle. The exhibit should be of particular interest to municipal authorities, as it is designed with the idea of being used in restricted areas for house-to-house collection or distribution, It has a short wheelbase.

The company will also be showing one

of their 5--ton tipping wagons. This chassis is fitted with a 45-50 h.p. Tyler engine, a four-speed gearbox and doublereduction back axle.

In the case of each vehicle the tipping gear is operated by the engine.

Wallis and Steevens, Ltd.

Although this Basingstoke company are uncertain as to whether or not they will be able to exhibit one of their 8-ton rollers, they expect to be able to 'stage on Stand No. 11a. Row D, a steam tractor, but they are not quite sure just what tractor they will be able to show, as they are unable to get anything through in the ieas'of stack machines, and have to avail themselves of whatever may be going through the works for a customer.

The Wallis compound steam tractor has a boiler of the loco-multi-tubular pattern. It is tested to 300 lb. by ydraulie pressure for a working pressure of 170 lb. per sq.

The engine is of the compound enclosed type, and is placed above the Loiler. The 8-ton roller is a very substantial machine. The boiler, as in the case of the steam tractor, is of the loco-multitubular pattern. 'The firebox is of ample dimensions, and is suitable for burning either coal or wood. The front rollers are 3 ft. 2 ins, diameter, and the hind rollers 5 ft. diameter, and the total width of the rolled surface is about 6 ft. 2 ins.

Yorkshire Commercial Motor ' Co.

One 3-ton steam wagon fitted with a mechanically-operated hand tipping body will constitute the exhibit of the 'Yorkshire Commercial Motor Co., of Leeds, on Stand No. 4a, Row D.

The boiler on the Yorkshire wagon, as is well known, is disposed < transversely and is of the fire-tube type. The engine is of the balanced vertical compound slide-valve type.' The gearing gives three speeds, 4 m.p.h., 8 m.p.h., 12 m.p.h. respectively. Two independent brakes are fitted, one acting direct On the driving wheels, the other being a band brake which is actuated from the driver's foot plate.

The road wheels are of the artillery built-am steel type, and on the vehicle shown will be fitted with rubber tyres. The tipping body fitted to this wagon is engine operated. The wagon has bear built to the order of the Darton U.D.C., Darton, near Barnsley.

Vislok, Ltd.

N7. islok locknuts are now largely used by commercial-vehicle manufacturers, and they afford a very efficient and reliable means of self-locking nut. The nut is made up of two interconnected, continuously threaded -sections. The company will exhibit a good display of the locking nuts.

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