Allis Chalmers W Speed Patrol Grader
Allis Chalmers Grader was one of the tractors made by the company Allis-Chalmers, an American company in Milwaukee. First founded during the 1840s (making it a definite pioneer in the industry), it was first involved in making farm equipment. Needless to say, the company’s excellence in the field gave the farming equipment industry many innovations that can still be seen until today. Of course, it’s only evident that the company would enter the tractor business. The Allis Chalmers Grader, made during 1951, was one of the tractors released by the acclaimed company. Earlier, the company played a part in the Second World War when it was tasked by the American government to produce pumps for a uranium separation production. Other products made by the company include generators, harvesting equipment, and even tractor parts.
Sadly, the company has to adjust with the times, so the owners of the company had to sell their equipment and, later on, the company’s name. Today, the company is known as the Allis-Chambers Energy company. Still, the fact that the Allis Chalmers company still exists today is already an evident proof that it played a huge part in the formation and development of engineering in the country—and the world.