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  • Henshaw became the first chairman of the National Benzole Company.
  • There was also concern about the variable quality and specification of the benzole.
  • The benzole plant closed in 1939 . Things looked bleak for the young facility.
  • The vessel was fully loaded with the explosives TNT and picric acid, the highly flammable fuel benzole, and guncotton.
  • "' National Benzole "'was a petroleum brand used in the United Kingdom from 1919 to the 1960s.
  • The engine could run on gasoline, an alcohol-gasoline mixture, and " Dynalkohol " ( an alcohol-benzole mixture ).
  • Benzole as a vehicle fuel and coal tar as the main feedstock for the emerging organic chemical industry provided the gas industry with substantial revenues.
  • Marlowe wrote the books in four weeks while working as a clerk at National Benzole and struggling with a play that he'd been attempting to write.
  • Owen subsequently served for some years abroad, principally at Bombay, Karachi and Aden, before returning to Britain and beginning work at the National Benzole Company.
  • As motoring passed from being a recreation for the leisure hours of a leisured class to a mainstream means of transport, the National Benzole business continued its growth path.
  • Burning a special high octane fuel of gasoline blended with Benzole, the carburettor adjusted the richness of the fuel-air mixture according to the aircraft's altitude.
  • The engine did not use the usual avio-petrol but a mixture of petrol ( 55 % ), alcohol ( 23 % ) and benzole ( 22 % ).
  • In 1957 the National Benzole Co . became wholly owned by Shell-Mex and B . P . Ltd ( through British Petroleum ) but continued its separate trading identity.
  • Initially the AA fuel stations supplied only National Benzole which was seen a particularly patriotic fuel choice because the coal shale which was the principal ingredient of benzole was domestically produced.
  • Initially the AA fuel stations supplied only National Benzole which was seen a particularly patriotic fuel choice because the coal shale which was the principal ingredient of benzole was domestically produced.
  • Mr Mercury returned in 1953, now more modestly attired in the advertisements, though he retained his winged helmet, and National Benzole quickly re-established itself as a market leader.
  • In 1959, responding to the growing importance of benzole as a specialist chemical, it was decided to concentrate on this market by means of a new company named Benzole Producers Limited.
  • In 1959, responding to the growing importance of benzole as a specialist chemical, it was decided to concentrate on this market by means of a new company named Benzole Producers Limited.
  • Entrants had to choose to run on either gasoline ( 68-Octane ), diesel or   ternary  fuel ( a blend of 60 % gasoline, 25 % ethanol, 15 % benzole ).
  • Almost every service station in the 1930s had a National Benzole pump, for single-brand solus sites were unknown in those days . Eventually Mr Mercury's head was used as the brand's logo.
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