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1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 350 (328)

1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition
1950-51 Theatre Catalog
1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 350
Page 350


1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 350

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See CENTURY proiection and be convinced. See why experienced exhibitors admit CENTURY leads in the development of motion picture proiection .and sound equipment. Every new development produced by CENTURY is scientifically soundnothing is ever added as a sales promotional "come-on".



For instance:

With CENTURY you have no lubrication headaches-no dripping oil or grease to mess up equipment or film. To end this costly trouble CENTURY uses sealed, oil-less bearings and glass-hard, high carbon-chrome steel gears.

CENTURY design retains all of the advantages gained from i the use of high power arc lamps.-The additional light is not cancelled out by the need to use heavy, light-wasting heat filters to protect film.

CENTURY GIVES YOU THE BEST THAT MODERN SCIENCE CAN OFFER

UOPE R * SPROCKEY



CENTURY WATERCOOLING SYSTEM



Water cooled plate absorbs

0" ll" hem No air blowers



iNTERMlITENT



'3: NO LIGHT Loss

:Brilliunt, sharp picture V



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No LlGHT LOSS due to heat absorbing glass filters



LOWER SPROCMJ

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I0 GEARS



Century Proiector Mechanism With 4-lnch Diameter Lens Mount and

No man Man M gnu milieu: tum any rum oMnlill .

. Water-Cooled Aperture. MAIN yum-w WATER-COOLED PROJECTOR APERTURE. An excluswe CEN- OWE * TURY development responsible for man advantages ' such as: y ' HIGH EFFICIENCY MECHANISMS. Proof of CENTURY's

. . . - . . -n the . R . . h l . . simplified, high effiCiency de5ign can be seen I educnon Of desnucnve eat on fim and equ'pmem illustration on the right. Ten gears With only two 990!

' Full brilliance and sharper pictures without loss of light meshes between the Shutter and the intermittent cam.

p or wafted 'poner' (Other well known proiectors have from 4 to lzysucl ' More illumination on the largest screens. meshes and up to 23 gears). t ' Film distortion reduced. Focusing trouble minimized. Fewer gears and shafts mean less trouble, Iowa: Think of this . . . with the CENTURY water-cooled pro- maintenance, less vibration, sharper pictures . - - fine iector you get more light from Ci 90 ampere arc than from proiection.

' ' h It ! ' other prolectors usmg 180 ampere arcs and eat fi ers LUBRICATION VIRTUALLY ELIMINATED'OnIY CENTukYi

SUPER-EFFICIENT OPTICAL SYSTEM. CENTURY proiectors give smooth, simplified design approaches the goal 33

you maximum screen illumination. With 4-inch lenses they oil-less operation. There are no oil sprays '0' 5 provide pictures of increased brightness and appeal- baths to mess up film and proiection room. Bind"p for even the largest theatre screens. and frozen bearings iust don't happen.



Distributed in u. S.-AUTHORIZED THEATRE SUPPLY DEALERS in Canada-Dommion souwo EOUIPMENTS, Ltd. in foreign muniries-wssrkixlm'

See your CENTURY dealer or write:

Cmrunv PROJECTOR Convolution

NEW YORK, N.Y

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1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 350