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Report - Sinteranlage Duisburg, Germany

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by morse, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. morse

    morse The Green Giraffe
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    The Sinteranlage was built in 1910, rebuild after the war and was shut in 1995 by Thyssen Krupp after the neighbouring steel works, which were fed by the Sinteranlage, closed their doors.
    Sintering is a method for making objects from powder. The powdered iron ore and coke is mixed, compressed and then heated inside the Sintering furnace. The end products are solid pellets which are then further used in steel works which in this case are just next to the Sinteranlage.
    The higher floors of the building are stripped from most of the equipment that was once used in the Sintering process.
    On many floors there are voids in the floor that stretch through the whole length of the building and reach up to 4 floors down. On the top floors huge holes in the walls remind of the removal of the machinery which probably took place years ago.








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