"Silent Six" electric extractor fan in brown pheno

Made:
1934-1938 in Hendon
maker:
De La Rue Plastics
designer:
Wylie

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"Silent Six" electric extractor fan in brown phenolic plastic self-contained unit for window mounting, the forerunner of all Axia fans and the first extractor fan on the market, designed by Wylie in 1934 and patented by Axia Fans and J. C. Akester in 1936 (pat 441469), plastics made by De la Rue plastics and motors by F.H.P. Motors, whole unit made and marketed by Winsor Axia Fans Ltd, London, 1934-1938

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Category:
Domestic Appliances
Object Number:
1976-635
Materials:
brown phenolic plastic, plastic, whole
type:
model (representation)
credit:
Vent-Axia Ltd.
status:
Permanent collection

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