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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 400 (386)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 400
Page 400

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 400

NOW. . . NEW. . . Strong Zipper changeovers are equipped with thermostats to eliminate burn-outs . . . Hand-switch levers front and rear to permit operation from either side . . . Easily accessible terminal block . . . and a streamlined design, in keeping with the Projectionist's specifications.

The NEW, improved, positive method of permanently patching all types and makes of film e 8mm., 16mm., 35mm., Tru-Kolor, Technicolor, Kodachrome. Nitrate and Safety Film. FILM-WELD actually dissolves filmfuses it into one lasting piece. FILM\VELD retains its strength; is easy to use for hand or machine splicing. Use FILM-WELD for the lasting patch. Available in 1 and 8 02. bottles and 16 1 oz. cans. Used and endorsed by projectionists in countless theaters.

Zipper changeovers are available in three standard models: (1) Strong Special changeover for porthole installations; (2): Zipper picture changeover for projection-head mounting; and (3) the new Dual-Purpose Zipper changeover for sight and sound.

The Zipper changeover is the only changeover on which the speed is adjustable . . . the only changeover guaranteed by both manufacturer and jobber. The Strong Zipper changeover uses a flexible shaft, thus eliminating all rods, connection bolts and lock-springs, which jam or wear out, disrupting an otherwise perfect performance. Zippers are available for all standard projector: - are usable will: all malees.

Designed by .a projectionist to help every projectionist give the "perfect show," Strong Zipper changeovers, Strong Reel End Signals and Strong Universal Rewind "Mules" warrant the exhibitor's purchase-approval in the interest of audience satisfaction. Essannay Electric Manufacturing Company, 1438 N. Clark St., Chicago 10, Illinois. Export: Westrex Corp., ll'l 8th Ave. New York 11.


No more delayed shows, due to broken we?) rewind keys and shafts . . . No more fevered dismantling of vital equipment to install new parts . . . No more need for makeshift rewind collars in the pro

jection booth . . .

Simple, rugged, and positively foolproof, the new STRONG REWIND Drive 'lMule" fits any enclosed rewind. A flick of the thumb, and it is set to take 4", 5" and Exchange reels.




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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 400