Elux 12 – 24

Found by Tucker Kennedy in Stornoway.

Unidentified manufacturer.

Find location would suggest Scottish origins but …

This would appear to be a firebrick for a storage heater or similar. ELUX is likely the customer’s name.

GR Stein refractories made such bricks but the only trademark I know they used is Tenemax.

The brick is broken in two along the groove where the heating element would have sat.

(Harley Marshall, who used to work at the Castlecary Fireclay Works, Stirlingshire remembers storage and electric heater blocks being made for Electrolux, Elux and Belling and a heavy, high percentage iron content block called Feolite. All these blocks were marked with the customer’s name and not the manufacturer eg, not Stein etc)


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