The patent description no. 33350 established by virtue of the Regulation of the President of the Republic of Poland of 22 March 1928 on the protection of inventions, designs and trademarks (Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland no. 39 item 384) granted to the Zjednoczone Fabryki Związków Azotowych (United Factories of Nitrogen Compounds) company in Mościce and Chorzów on 31 May 1948 in Warsaw. It concerns an apparatus for carrying out catalytic reactions under high pressure, filed 2 June 1939, granted 30 September 1947. Four copies of the patent in olive-coloured binding. The Państwowa Fabryka Związków Azotowych (State Factory of Nitrogen Compounds) in Chorzów was founded in 1916 under the name Oberschlesische Stickstoffwerke AG. The official takeover of the works by the Polish government took place in July 1922. The decision to build the Państwowa Fabryka Związków Azotowych (State Factory of Nitrogen Compounds) in Mościce was made in 1927 at the request of the President of Poland, Ignacy Mościcki. Its official opening took place in January 1930. The plant was later incorporated into the Central Industrial District. In 1933, the Chorzów and Mościce factories were merged.
Producer / author:
F.H. Bogucki i S-ka Warszawa, Hoża 55
Technique of execution:
height 30.3 cm, width 21.5 cm