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A Brief History of Bendix Red Bank Tubes by Charles Hansen
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These super-tubes were made by what to most people was an obscure division of the Bendix Aviation Corporation. The plant in which they were made was originally called the Bendix Red Bank Division, in Eatontown, N.J. The author takes you on a bit of a trip through history: The history of military vacuum tubes, the history of Bendix Aviation, the triggering event that put Eclipse-Pioneer and Bendix Aviation in the vacuum tube business, and a history of the Bendix tube business and its important developments.|
Bendix no longer exists. The plant at Eatontown closed in 1999 and was torn down in 2001. Detailed information is extremely difficult to find. It was mainly through the remaining retired employees, the local Bendix retired employees associations, and old Eatontown documents that the author could piece together this puzzle.
The author also gives you valuable information about all the hype and hoopla surrounding the “Bendix” tubes being offered on eBay and other surplus sources.
Soft cover, 91 pages.
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