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Concrete Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Show, Newport

The Structural Engineer
Concrete Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Show, Newport
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Concrete Machinery and Concrete construction are well represented in the "Winget" exhibits on the stand of their agents for South Wales, Messrs. Charles D. Phillips, Ltd. of Newport. Three models are included of the new open drum mixer with the Burn-Lancaster Papent Drum, a machine which is stated to have created a revolution in the concrete mixing world, and to have produced a perfect mix in record time.

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