45 of the Greatest British Inventions of All Time

The modern world would look very different without these British inventions of all time. 🚀 #engineering

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The modern world would look very different without these British inventions of all time. 🚀 engineering

The modern world would be unrecognizable today without British people’s ability to invent solutions to some problems. Here are 45 of the British inventions.

.Bessemer converter at former ironworks, Hogbo, Sweden. Source: Charles Mackintosh, a Scottish Chemist, managed to develop a way to waterproof clothing using rubber.14. The First Commercial Telegraph - 1837would change the world forever.1837It would ultimately lead to the development of the modern-day cell phone.

Without a doubt, the absence of chocolate bars would be a real tragedy for the modern world. 16. The Modern Fire Extinguisher - 1818This, however, had a limited effect. The world would have to wait untilHis extinguisher comprised of a

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12. The Bessemer Process, Turning Molting Pig Iron Into Steel - 1856 Henry Bessemer patented his technique for mass producing steel from molten pig iron in 1856 . This great British invention would prove to be one of the most important of the industrial revolution. Steel made in Bessemer converters would literally build the world from ships to bridges. Bessemer converter at former ironworks, Hogbo, Sweden. Source:  13. The Mackintosh Coat - 1823 The Mackintosh coat is surely one of the greatest British inventions of all time. Charles Mackintosh, a Scottish Chemist, managed to develop a way to waterproof clothing using rubber. A process is known as vulcanization today. His innovation enabled rubber to be placed inside fabric and maintain its shape and not degrade during extremes in temperature throughout summer and winter.  14. The First Commercial Telegraph - 1837 The introduction fo the first commercially successful electrical telegraph in 1837 would change the world forever. After and William Cooke successfully built and field trialed their five-needle system in 1837 instant communication using electricity suddenly became a reality. Advertisement It would ultimately lead to the development of the modern-day cell phone. Cooke and Wheatstone electric telegraph, 1837. Source: 15. The Chocolate Bar - 1847 Without a doubt, the absence of chocolate bars would be a real tragedy for the modern world. Thankfully we will never know thanks to the work of JS Fry and Sons in 1847.   Their formula for mixing cocoa powder, sugar and cocoa to form true chocolate bars would change the world forever.  Fry's Chocolate enamel advertising sign, circa 1925. Source: 16. The Modern Fire Extinguisher - 1818 The first fire extinguisher ever patented was in 1723 This, however, had a limited effect. The world would have to wait until 1818 for the work of British Captain William Manby to invent the modern fire extinguisher. His extinguisher comprised of a 13.6-liter copper vessel of pearl ash solution (potassium carbonate) contained within the compressed air.  A US building-type Chemical Foam extinguisher. Source:  17. The Catseye, Saving Lives on the Road - 1934 The humble Catseye was patented by Percy Shaw in 1934