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CALICO BLEACHING AND DYEING.

The Sizes used in Spinning and Weaving-Processes of Bleaching--The

Character and Relative Volume of Liquid Waste at each Stage-Analysis
of Cloth after Steep, Lime Boil, Soda Boil, Sour, Chemic, and White
Box-Character of the Soda Boil-Character of the Lime Boil—Typical

LIST OF PLATES.

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1. The ‘Mather & Platt' System at Messrs Rylands & Sons,

Chorley, .
1. The Candy ‘Upward Flow' Tank, Barrowford,
III. Paper Mill at Darwen-Collapsed Wall in Precipitation Tanks,
IV. Paper Mill, Darwen-Tanks as rebuilt,

V. Blackburn Corporation Sludge Pressing Plant,
VI. Birch's Precipitation Tanks at Oakenshaw Print Works,

Accrington,
VII. Thermal Aërobic Filters, Accrington Sewage Works,
VIII. Farington Sewage Works, Preston Rural District Council,
IX. Fonntains Free Brewery Co., Ltd., Blackburn, Anti-Scouring

Tank and Sprinkler Filter,
X. Precipitation Tanks, Messrs Stannings & Co., Ltd., Leyland,
XI. Precipitation Tanks, The Whalley Abbey Co., near Black-

burn,
XII. Bleach Department Precipitation Tanks, Messrs Grafton &

Co., Accrington,
XIII. Messrs Peel, Tootal & Co., Tanks and Sprinkled Filter,
XIV. Dyeing Department Tanks, Messrs Grafton & Co., Accrington,

XV. Precipitation Tanks, Messrs Steiner & Co., Ltd., Church,
XVI. Low Mill Bleaching and Printing Co., Precipitation Tanks, .
XVII. Precipitation Tanks with Furnace in rear, Messrs Kearns,

Allen & Co., Baxenden,
XVIII. Darwen Paper Mill Precipitation Tanks,
XIX. Burnley Paper Co.'s Precipitation Tanks,
XX. Precipitation Tanks, Sun Paper Mill, Feniscowles, near Black.

burn,
XXI. Precipitation Tanks and Sludge Drainers, Messrs Peebles

& Co., Ltd., Rishton Paper Mill,

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND DIAGRAMS.

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Fig. 1. Chorley Corporation Crude Sulphate of Alumina Plant,
2. Chorley Corporation Crude Sulphate of Alumina Plant,
Upper Floor,

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3. Chorley Corporation Crude Sulphate of Alumina Plant,
Ground Floor,

21 4. The ‘Rapid' Precipitant Mixer,

22 6. A Common Agitator,

23 6. The Whisk' Pecipitant Mixer,

23 7. Wolstenholme's Lime Mixer,

24 Diag. 1, Fig. 8. Protector for Precipitant Mixer Spindle Foot,

To face page 24 9. Plan and Section of Baffle Plate Channel and Cage for Precipitant Cake, .

24 2, 10. Messrs Mather & Platt's System of treating Waste Liquors at Heapey Bleach Works, near Chorley,

25 3, 11. The Candy Upward Flow Precipitation Tank,

25 4, 12. The Fülner Patent Stuff Catcher, ·

26 Figs. 13, 14, 15, 16. Section of Sub-divided Precipitation Tanks,

27 Diag. 5, Fig. 17. Plan of a Series of Sub-divided Precipitation Tanks, To face page 27

18. Section of a Series of Sub-divided Precipitation
Tanks,

27 Fig. 19. Section of a Wall,

29 20. Section of a Wall showing sloping Joint,

30 21. Paper Mill Precipitation Tanks as first built,

32 22. Paper Mill Precipitation Tanks as rebuilt,

33 23. Mill near Blackburn, Precipitation Tanks as first built,

33 24. Paper Mill near Accrington, Plan of Precipitation Tanks,

34 25. Tanks as first built at a Paper Mill near Burnley,

35 26. Paper Mill near Burnley, Tanks as rebuilt, .

35 27. Bleach Works near Horwich, Plan of Precipitation Tanks,

35 Diag. 6, Fig. 28. The 'Climax' Float Valve,

To face page 36 29. Wolstenholme's Floating Arm,

36 30. The ‘Ives' Precipitation Tank,

36 31. Fidler's Patent Revolving Scraper (Ham, Baker & Co.'s),

36 Diag. 7. 32. The Candy Horizontal Sludge Remover,

37 33. Section of Sludge Press,

37 34. Sectional Plan showing end Pair of Press Plates,

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