Publication: Electrical Industries
Chicago, IL, United States
MICA INSULATOR Co., sole manufacturers of "Micanite," 218 Water street, New York, with factories at Schenectady, N. Y., and London, Eng., are sending to the trade a large sample card, handsomely gotten up, showing samples of Micanite commutator segments, rings, and slot insulation, for the standard railway motor and power generators. Micanite and Empire insulating cloth and paper are shown in nine different grades, which are used largely for insulating armature cores and fields. In circular form, at the top of the card, appears the name of the company; and printed in red is the trade-mark, Micanite, perfect insulator; at the right of which is the statement that the manufacturers of electric light and power machinery have adopted Micanite as the standard insulator, and that estimates will be cheerfully given on insulation for special designed machinery when sketch or blue prints are furnished. The lower part of the card is given up to the list of agencies in the principal cities who carry a stock — Chicago, W. H. Sills & Co.; St. Louis, A. S. Partridge; Cincinnati, Sinclair Randall; Cleveland, The Cuyahoga Supply Company; San Francisco, J. W. Brooks & Co. On the back of the card appears a description of the different lines of insulation that the company manufactures.
|Keywords:||Mica Insulator Company|
|Date completed:||February 17, 2009 by: Bob Stahr;|