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Brimar was part of STC group and founded in 1933 to manufacture American pattern valves for the British market. Valves were produced in the UK in various locations such as Foots Cray. In 1960 Thorn Electrical Industries acquired the Brimar cathode ray tubes and valve business from STC and in 1961 Brimar became part of the joint venture between Thorn and AEI to manufacture and sell valves and cathode ray tubes. Brimar valves were produced and sourced from various factories across the world in later years.

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  • 5763-BRIMARBrimarThe 5763 is a small transmitting beam tetrode valve that was used as an oscillator, multiplier or power amplifier in HF ...In stock£11.00Buy Now
  • 6AT6/ 6066-BRIMARBrimarThe 6AT6/6066/EBC90 was used in many vintage audio and some vintage guitar amplifiers. It is a amplifier triode with ...In stock£7.00Buy Now
  • 6AU4GT-BRIMARBrimar6AU4GT is a very nice quality audio item that is becoming very popular with hobbyist. The valve is a half wave ...In stock£6.00Buy Now
  • 6BA6/ EF93-BRIMAR FOREIGNBrimarBrimar 6BA6/ EF93 is a miniature screened pentode.These are marked Foreign BVA and come in the original Brimar boxIn stock£4.00Buy Now
  • 6BA6/ EF93-BRIMAR UKBrimarThe Brimar 6BA6/ EF93 is a miniature screened pentode.These are made in England by Brimar and come in the original boxIn stock£5.00Buy Now
  • 6BH6-BRIMARBrimarThe 6BH6 is a small pentode that was designed for use in car receivers and mobile equipment.Used in the QUAD 11 pre amp ...In stock£10.00Buy Now
  • 6BJ6/ CV3909-BRIMARBrimarThe 6BJ6 valve was mainly used in valve radios and juke boxes as this pentode was designed for broadcast radio receiver ...In stock£8.00Buy Now
  • 6BW6/ CV4043-BRIMARBrimarThe CV4043 is a beam tetrode and is a special quality version of the commercial 6BW6. This valve is used in some very ...In stock£15.00Buy Now
  • 6CH6/ CV4055-BRIMARBrimarThe 6CH6 EL821 was used as the audio output valve in the Pye marine receiver AP100339 that was used by British navy. ...In stock£5.00Buy Now
  • 6V6GTY/ CV511-BRIMARBrimarThe Brimar 6V6GTY is one of the best balanced and fattest sounding 6V6 valves I have come across. In small Fenders the ...In stock£40.00Buy Now
  • ECC84-BRIMARBrimarOriginal Brimar ECC84 very high quality audio item. made in England.In stock£7.00Buy Now
  • ECF804-BRIMARBrimarThe Brimar ECF804 is a Triode pentode valve which was used in wide band amplifiers with high gain requirements. Made in ...In stock£5.00Buy Now
  • ECF82-BRIMARBrimarThese Brimar ECF82 as foreign made have been very popular over the yearsThe ECF82 is a high slope triode pentode ...In stock£5.50Buy Now
  • EF92/ 6CQ6/ CV131-BRIMARBrimarThe CV131 is a special quality EF92. This valve is a miniature variable Mu pentode designed to operate at HF.The are ...In stock£6.00Buy Now
  • PY83-BRIMARBrimarOriginal Brimar PY83 which was used as an efficiency diode television line scanning circuitsIn stock£5.00Buy Now
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