Of printing on fabrics, indiennerie rapper then factory of rubber (linoleum factory) known as Linoleum, French Heritage monument to Notre dame de bondeville
Concierge built brick on the ground floor. The boiler room is brick on the ground floor, with long panels roof and skylight covered gable slate roofing. The plant includes several workshops manufacturing: brick, on the ground floor, two and four square floors covered with sheds or rooftops long half-timbered. The most recent workshop, brick and concrete, consists of three-body extension two, four and six-floor pierced by large rectangular bays and roof terrace. Industrial warehouses are brick, ground floor, covered in a series of long half-timbered roofs. The indiennerie of Henry rapper is a vast facility that stretches over two municipalities: the oldest workshops are in le Houlme, the most recent, built at the end of the 1870s, Notre-Dame-de-Bondeville. They correspond to the prosperous period for the industry of the Indian, which followed the war of 1870. The profits then allowed a major upgrade as well as the construction of new buildings (manufacture workshops, generators, fire pumps). From 1865 to 1882, profits amounted to 2 234 915 f. success consecrated in 1878, at the universal exposition in Paris where Rao was awarded a gold medal for the quality of its Indian. After his death in 1882, the decline of the plant was fast: nearly a million and a half loss in ten years. In 1893, the company was converted into public limited company under the name social institution h. Rao capital F 2 200 000 (family rapper remaining the main shareholder). Devoid of a competent board, the institution was wound up in 1895. Buildings and machinery were awarded the Court of Rouen on January 23, 1896, to a consortium of indiennes who, in 1897, sold the site to the Scottish company John Barry, Ostlere and co. Ltd. provided that they do not practice printing on fabrics. The company Rouennaise of Linoleum was then created, held by the company John Barry, for the manufacture of linoleum and oilcloth. During the between-wars, a vast workshop is built where all the linoleum manufacturing operations take place in a vertical plane: from 5th to the 1st floor, the products fall by gravity through mixers, feeders, mixers, to the calendering cylinder where the dough settles on jute cloth before being dried. The factory was closed in 1968. Currently the plant is decommissioned, only a few buildings are reused for various activity (case sensitive auto
* workshop...) 190 workers in 1871, 208 in 1876, 300 in 1896, 150 in 1911.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
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