Sugg & Co
1837 - 1969
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Introduction to Heating Equipment
gas is burned it produces heat. This is both an advantage and a
disadvantage. In the gas lighting world we are trying to produce
light without heat - and failing miserably, albeit there was a step
change with the invention of the gas mantle. (See 'Lighting') On
the other hand, if we want heat, then gas is an ideal fuel and,
throughout the history of William Sugg & Co, heating appliances have
'Radiant Overhead Heating' is another important means of heating which is ideal for heating 'bodies' rather than the atmosphere.
'Incinerators' has been included within 'heating' as it is quite a small section which covers a limited period of time in the later history of William Sugg & Co. and it has closer connections to heating than to any other group.