Sintering at Coniston

CIM Bulletin1932
THE plant described in this paper is located at Coniston, Ontario, the smelting centre of the former Mond Nickel Company. Coniston is situated some eight miles east of Sudbury on the main line of the Canadian Pacific railway and on the Toronto-Capreol branch of the Canadian National-railways. The plant is now under control of the International Nickel Company, as a result of the merger of the two companies in 1929. The smelter proper includes four 50-in. by 240-in . blast furnaces and five 13 ft. by 30 ft. converters, and has a capacity of about 65,000 tons of ore charge per month.
Keywords: Coniston, Ontario, pallet, plant, sinter, smelter, grate, Materials, Ore, Ores, Plants, Sinter, Sintering, smelter, Smelters
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