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Perryman Electric Co., Inc.; North Bergen, NJ

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Name: Perryman Electric Co., Inc.; North Bergen, NJ    (USA)  
Abbreviation: perryman
Products: Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Perryman Electric Co. Incorporated
33 West 60th Street, New York City, New York (Office, 1926)
4901 Hudson Boulevard, North Bergen, New Jersey (1929)
13th Street, North Bergen, New Jersey

Mentioned in Tyne's "Saga of the Vacuum Tube" on page 360.

Founded: 1925
History:
"Radio Retailing" magazine of December 1925 states that "The Perryman Electric Company,33 West Sixtieth Street, New York City, has been formed to manufacture a full line od radio receiving vacuum tubes. George H Perryman, formerly of Western Electric, Westinghouse and Connewey Laboratories is head of the company. Laboratories at North Bergen, N. J., have a daily output of 5000 tubes. Prices and territorial protection will be given to its authorised distributors and a large assortment of dealer help material is being prepared." George Perryman designed and patented his "Perryman Bridge" - two ceramic spacers to stabilise the element structure and prevent damage to it. This was in 1925 and a special "demonstrating" tube was made to show how the bridges worked. Ten tubes listed in the "Radio" advertisement of November 1929 are listed as incorporating the bridge. Patent no 1589483 was granted on the device.

In Radio Broadcast, July 1929, it is reported that Perryman has projected a new plant, costing $300,000, and having a capacity of 50,000 radio and electric tubes, doubling the company's output. Unfulfilled orders amounted to 2,000,000 tubes as of May 13, 1929. By September 1, daily production is expected to be at the rate of 25,000 tubes per day.

This manufacturer was suggested by Otmar Jung.


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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Radio Doings, 22nd Feb. 1930tbn_usa_perryman_radio_doings1930.jpg
Radio-Craft, Sept. 1931, p. 132tbn_usa_perryman_radio_craft1931.jpg
Radio, Nov. 1926, p.76tbn_usa_perryman_radio1926.jpg
Radio, Nov. 1929, p.23tbn_usa_perryman_radio1929.jpg
Radio, Nov. 1929, p.61tbn_usa_perryman_radio1929_2.jpg
Radio Engineering, April 1926, p.178tbn_usa_perryman_radio_engineering1926.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes_1.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes_2.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes_standardstores.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes_3.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes_4.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_thebigbreak.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes_5.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_radiotubes_6.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_04_10_73_died.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_04_10_73_died_2.jpg
tbn_usa_perryman_logo.jpg
Perryman ceramic "bridge"tbn_perryman_bridge_tube_copy.jpg
Factory, Radio Retailer & Jobber July 1929tbn_perryman_rr_j_july_1929.png

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Perryman Electric Company; (North Bergen) USA
Fin Stewart
23.Sep.14
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The company was listed as an RCA licensee by the Wall Street Journal, April 8th, 1930 in their "Broad Street Gossip" column 

 
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