Kilns

Some articles on kilns, kiln:

Craig-y-Nos Castle - Penwyllt
... Quarrying clay from the surrounding hills, in total there were fifteen lime kilns turning it into quicklime within the parish of Penwyllt Craig-y-nos two lime kilns created in the railway ... Pen-y-Foel a bank of four kilns erected in around 1863 to 1867 by, it is thought, the Brecon Coal Lime Co ... There is a loading bank for railway wagons in front of the kilns ...
Annery Kiln - The History of Annery Limekiln
... of quick lime, the product of the kiln, it was essential that kilns should be situated as closely as possible to the agricultural fields on which it was to be spread ... The lime kiln complex comprised the kiln itself, a pond for slaking the calcium oxide from the kiln to produce the slaked lime, hydrated lime, or pickling lime ... later and only one census return in the 19th century lists a lime-kiln worker ...
Korean Pottery - Kilns
... Central to Korean success were the chambered climbing kilns that were used throughout the Joseon dynasty and exported abroad, especially to Japan by Korean kiln-makers where they were renamed as ... Modern kilns are either electric or gas-firedre electric kilns ...
Cement Kiln - The Rotary Kiln
... The rotary kiln consists of a tube made from steel plate, and lined with firebrick ... Rawmix is fed in at the upper end, and the rotation of the kiln causes it gradually to move downhill to the other end of the kiln ... a large concentric flame in the lower part of the kiln tube ...
Lime Kilns (Lincoln, Rhode Island)
... The Lime Kilns are an historic site (lime kilns) in Lincoln, Rhode Island near Limerock, Rhode Island off Louisquisset Pike, Sherman and Dexter Rock ... The Kilns were largely constructed in 1750 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 ...