The Chambersburg Engineering Company was founded on November 29, 1897 by William H. Derbyshire, James Austin, John Leisenring, Harrie B. Price and M. Harry Ivins in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, taking over the operations of the Taylor Engine Works. Its industry was industrial hammers and steel/aluminum parts and its headquarters remained in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. The company shut down operations in January 2002, and its equipment was auctioned off in April.


  • Accumulators
  • Fittings
  • Hydraulic Cranes
  • Hydraulic Riveters
  • Presses
  • Pumps
  • Steam Hammers
    • Board Drop


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