Plastics Pipes & Fittings for Chemical Process Work

Industrial & Chemical Process Piping # 1970 Southampton

It Is a happy coincidence for the author of this paper that it should be presented in the University which, long ago, endeavoured to equip lhim with a modicum of academic discipline in the study of chemistry. The fict that the resul to f that early endeavour was no more than a limited success academically and that, thereafter, "The chasms in my own education continually reveal themselves", as Mary Haddock so charmingly puts'it, is certainly no fault of the able and dedicated staff of the then, University College, Southampton. They did atleast eventually make him 'keen on knowledgel and teach him - even in a negative fashion - that lostrenuis Ardua Cedunt" as well as give him an abiding affection for the skeletal "Kelly from the Isle of Man" and the mystic ceremonies associated with his court. 

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