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1927 - landing the cable in England required the services of many men

CABLE LANDS IN ENGLAND

CD 2055043 E&MP5.005

Cables

Sept 7, 1927

Landing the cable in England required the services of many men because of its great weight.

This close-up view gives an idea of how the cable was sheathed with “Armco” Ingot Iron.  

additional information 2.7.2008

Developed 1909 by the former American Rolling Mill Company, Armco Ingot Iron or Armco Eisen became the synonym for the purest steel mill produced iron with a purity of more than 99 % Fe. Even after 90 years, Ingot Iron is still a very modern product.It has numerous applications ranging from aircraft to zinc coating and various delivery forms from billets for remelting to welding electrodes.

Courtesy < http://www.aksteel.co.uk with http://www.aksteel.com >

Original Caption by Science Service
©American Rolling Mill Co.



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