Large-scale coking

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Large coking plants are " coking plants with an annual capacity of 23% (1,935,000 tons per year) of the total production potential" (definition of the term used by the United Steelworks AG (1926)).

The large-scale coking plant completely processes the coke coal accumulation in a shaft system and requires the smooth use of machines and personnel.

The large coking plants are located on the site of large pits.

The following were named here:

  • Kaiser Friedrich coking plant
  • Westende coking plant (Rheinstahl)
  • Westende coking plant (Phoenix)
  • Bruchstrasse coking plant
  • Coking Minister Stein
  • Coking plant Erin
  • Alma coking plant

See also: central coking