A Karrier with a Southampton-built engine plant for welding.
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work undertaken. Cracked cylinders, fractured driving castings for steam wagons—we reproduce a photograph of one—gear wheels, and, more remarkable still, shafts with worn journals to be made up and returned; all these were being renewed for service.
It is, of course, unnecessary to emphasize the fact that this company specializes in boiler repairs of all descriptions, the process particularly lending itself to the satisfactory dealing with cracks, wastages, and corrosions of all descriptions. To meet the requirements of clients situated throughout the country, the concern employs three self-contained portable plants, two of which are mounted on 4-ton Karrier ma.chines, the third being fatted on a 5-ton Commercar chassis. In this last ease,