Isaac Louis Pulvermacher
|I. L. Pulvermacher|
|Born||Isak Löbl Pulvermacher|
15 March 1815
Breslau, Silesia, Prussia
|Died||12 September 1884 (69) |
Hampstead, London, England
|Alma mater||Technischen Universität Wien (1846-7) |
|Known for||Pulvermacher's Portable Hydro-Electric Chain; Pulvermacher’s Electro-Galvanic Chain-Belts|
Isaac Louis (Lewis) Pulvermacher (March 15, 1815 - September 12, 1884), often credited as J.L. Pulvermacher, was a medical electrician and inventor of Pulvermacher's Portable Hydro-Electric Chain, the effective basis for all later varieties of electro-galvanic belts that proliferated in the late 19th century.
- Pulvermacher, J. L. (1875), Galvanic Electricity; Its Pre-Eminent Power and Effects in Preserving and Restoring Health Made Plain and Useful, London: Galvanic Establishment, https://archive.org/details/39002011210946.med.yale.edu
- "Obituary notice for J.L. Pulvermacher". The Electrician (London) 13 (18): p. 435. 1884-09-20. https://books.google.ca/books?id=fLrmAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA435&lpg=PA435. Retrieved 2015-11-13.
- Isak Pulvermacher's studentry at Tech. Univ. Vienna (ancestry.com). Retrieved 2015-11-13.