Kiln Construction at St. Marys Cement Plant
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- Item Type
- This photo depicts the construction of the kiln at the St. Marys Cement Plant. The current kiln is 75m long and is fired by natural gas (for warm up only) and fluid coke (during regular operations). Clinker discharges from the cooler onto a conveyor, the larger pieces first passing through an impact crusher.
- Condition: Some dust specks, but otherwise good condition.
- On equipment: "F.L.S." standing for FLSmidth
Width: 1588 px
Height: 2227 px
- Local identifier
- St. Marys Museum Photo Collection
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- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.2425250350357 Longitude: -81.1501203070068
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- "Kiln Construction at St. Marys Cement Plant" St. Marys Museum, 3136ph.
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- This image is a watermarked low resolution reproduction.
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