Model showing section of Collin Dry Cooling plant

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Model showing section of Collin Dry Cooling plant for coke from coke ovens.

The coke oven is a high temperature coal carbonisation plant developed for the production of metallurgical coke for the iron and steel industry. The ovens are heated either by a proportion of the coal gas produced, or by blast furnace gas.

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Category:
Gas Industry
Object Number:
1952-399
type:
coke dry cooling plant, model
credit:
Chambers Ovens Ltd.

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