An example of the crossover between blower restoration and organ building to ensure a functioning static wind system on the large four manual William Hill organ at St. Peter's, Streatham.

With this job a complete replacement blower was required after the church had suffered fifteen years of under winding. A four stage turbofan was brought out from storage, completely rebuilt, including the ingenious three phase Century motor, and then the static system was attended to. A new static trunk was made with butterfly control valve, the original static reservoir was releathered, the internal clack valves were remade, a new gantry was made to relay the control Bowden and safety strutts were put in place to add protection from the formidable 22 inch water guage pressure!