Westinghouse Awards at Exposition

Westinghouse Awards at Exposition

The Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company announces the more important among the large number of awards received at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, as follows: The grand prize, highest possible award, on the 4,000 h.p., 650-volt. d.c. double-unit Pennsylvania electric locomotive mounted on a turntable, under the dome of the Transportation Palace. The medal of honor on alternating current and direct current industrial motors and control apparatus, on precision instruments, on Le Blanc condensers, on motor-generator sets for moving picture machines, and on high voltage oil switches. The gold medal on a number of different classes of apparatus, among which are steam turbines, alternating and direct current generators, alternating current and direct current railway motors, transformers, rectifiers, starting lighting and ignition systems, switchboards and accessories, and mining locomotives. A number of silver medals and bronze medals were also received. The Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company was also awarded the gold medal for most complete and attractive installation in the Palace of Transportation.

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