Foundry of cast iron foundry Lorraine, then plant Roclaine, Isover Saint-Gobain fiberglass, French Heritage monument to St etienne du rouvray
This factory was built in December 1915, far from the front and threats of bombs, for the company's blast furnaces and foundries of Mousson to manufacture tempered cast steel shells. The first casting is performed on April 15, 1916. In 1919. The covered area of the factory is 50 000 m², spread over an area of 240 000 m². Three docks on the river Seine and tracks allow the receipt and shipment of the goods. After the war, the Lorraine Foundry converts in the manufacture of mechanical parts molded by hand on machine, including bolts and pipes of cast iron and metal parts for railway. In addition to 17 cupola furnaces installed in 1918, serving a string of moulding and 3 carousels, the factory comprises in 1945 a hardware with a monthly capacity of 200 T, a sawmill, a modeling workshop and a workshop of machining applied in the construction of the savers in cast iron for heating the water of boiler feed. After the closure of the smelter Lorraine, Roclaine, a subsidiary of the company of Mousson, settled on the site in 1947 and began, under the the American Johns-Mansville license, in the manufacture of insulation materials of rock wool. In 1950 a second manufacturing unit is started. In 1958, a third unit is created, the construction area reached then 9,200 m². In 1973, the Roclaine factory resumed par l'entreprise Isover Saint - Gobain.En 1918, the manufacture of castings reaches 63 000 T, with 50,000 tonnes of shells.In 1918, the factory employs 2,700 workers, 300 in 1945.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
(Foundry of cast iron foundry Lorraine, then plant Roclaine, Isover Saint-Gobain fiberglass, st etienne du rouvray)
Foundry of cast iron foundry Lorraine, then plant Roclaine, Isover Saint-Gobain fiberglass, « Foundry of cast iron foundry Lorraine, then plant Roclaine, Isover Saint-Gobain fiberglass » is a construction of the city of St etienne du rouvray (France, Seine maritime). Foundry of cast iron foundry Lorraine, then plant Roclaine, Isover Saint-Gobain fiberglass, French Heritage monument to St etienne du rouvray st etienne du rouvray, seine maritime
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fonderie de fonte, dite fonderie Lorraine, puis usine de fibre de verre Roclaine, puis Isover Saint-Gobain, st etienne du rouvray
Description of this building by tobacco99 :
Peut-être hors sujet
je collecte les paquets de cigarettes publicitaires français (55-75). et recherche systématiquement les origines de la marque.
L'inverse peut être vrai à l'occasion non ?
NdW : peut être légèrement hors sujet mais pas tant que cela :-), merci pour cette contribution, qui viens de me faire découvrir un objet que je ne connaissait pas.
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