This separator is a Maglekilde separator. The Cream separator is what brought Mikael Pedersen to England in the first place to work for R A Lister & Co Ltd. The Cream separator was improved several times. And was later sold under the name Alexandra Cream Separator.
Patent 27769, 25 Nov 1897 — pedals. Accepted 15th Oct.1898.
Important points were that:
The ball races were such that pressure on the balls was vertical and not diagonal as with conventional cones.
Threads of pedal axle were of "turret" type to give a firmer hold on the crank.
The material was aluminium.
Mikael Pedersen also invented a motor cycle.
He used the frame from the bicycle and in this he put a Single cylinder Joe Barter engine. Only a few machines were sold and Mikael Pedersen had to let the venture go.