Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Metal Sawdust Burner Chimney of Yilian Timber

This 20m high sawdust burner chimney is of a sawmill in Klang.
It looks like it is having 2 extra silencer pipe which i think is sort of dust collector on the side
and it's seldom in use nowadays because most of the sawdust is recycled.




4 comments:

  1. Is that really a chimney? Cause it looks more like some mixture machineries to me.

    Regards from cr3ap
    http://cr3ap85.blogspot.com/

    ReplyDelete
  2. It is a chimney,the two pipes is some sort of dust trap,every sawmill should have one if they wanna burn the sawdust inhouse,if not the people nearby will be breathing smoky air.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I heard someone got electricuted while cleaning a sawdust chimney. How could this happen?

    ReplyDelete
  4. Normally large metal components needs to be grounded to earth because there could be leakages alone the way,for example from the sawdust vacuum at the sawing machine or mother natures, lightning strike.

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Followers

Labels

Abandoned (13) Alstom ABB 13DM (1) Alstom ABB 13E2 (1) Ann Joo Steel (1) Asean Bintulu Fertilizer (1) Babcock Wilcox (1) Bailey Bridge (1) Batu Arang (1) Bee Leong Brickworks (1) Bentong (2) Bintulu (8) Bintulu Power Station (1) Boiler Chimney (2) Brahminy Kite (1) brick chimney (1) Brick Garbage Burner Chimney (3) Brick garbage burner Chimney (2) Brick Kiln (13) Brick Kiln Chimney (5) Brick sawdust Burner (8) Brinchang (1) Broga (1) Broga Hills (1) Bukit Besi (1) Bukit Siput (1) Cameron Highlands (6) China (1) Coal Mine Vent?(chimney) (1) Coconut Shell Charcoal Kiln (1) Colonial House (9) Connaught Bridge Power Station (3) Convent Primary School (1) Demolished (1) Demolition (1) Dumpsite (1) Foreign Chimneys (1) Fraser's Hill (1) GE Frame 6B (1) GE Frame 9 (1) GEC Alsthom (1) Gelugor Power Station (2) Genting Sanyen Power (1) Gopeng (3) House chimneys (10) Ipoh (2) Iron Ore Furnace Chimney (1) Is this a Chimney? (1) Japanese Carbide Factory Chimney.Malim Nawar (1) Jetty (1) Jimah Power Station (1) Kampar (1) Kampung Mambau (1) Kanthan (1) Kapar (2) Kapar Power Station (1) Kedah (2) Kian Leong Brickworks (1) Kimanis (1) Klang (5) KTMB (1) Kuala Kedah Fort (1) Kuala Langat (2) Kuala Langat Power Plant (1) Kuala Lukut (1) Kuala Lumpur (1) Kuantan (4) Kubota Power Station (1) Kulim Hi-Tech Park (1) Labuan (5) Labuan Chimney (2) Lumut Power Plant (1) Malacca (2) Malayawata Steel (1) Malim Nawar (1) Malim Nawar Power Station (1) Manjung (1) Manjung Power Plant (1) Mengkarak (1) Mentakab (1) Metal SawDust Burner Chimney (4) MLNG (1) Mukah (3) Mukah Coal Fired Power Station (1) Murphy's Bintulu Onshore Receiving Facility (1) Negeri Sembilan (1) New Zealand (1) Nur Generation (1) Oil and Gas Flare Stack Chimneys (4) Pahang (3) Paka (2) Pantai Remis (1) Parsons (1) Pasir Gudang (1) Patau-Patau Power Station (1) PD Power (1) Pekan (1) Penang (4) Penang Hill (1) Penang. (1) Perak (3) Perlis (1) Perlis Power Plant (1) Petronas Methanol Labuan (1) Pontian (1) Port Dickson (4) Pottery (1) Power Station Chimneys (27) Prai (1) Prai Power (1) Prewar shophouse chimneys (1) Putrajaya (2) Putrajaya Power Station (2) Raub (1) Sabah (2) Sago Factory chimney (4) Sarawak Energy (2) Scorpions (1) Segamat (2) Segari (1) Selangor (2) Serdang Power Station (1) Serudong Power Plant (1) SESB (1) Sewage Pipes (1) Siemens V94.2 (1) Sir Gerald Templer (1) SMDS (1) Steel Mill Chimneys (1) Sua Betong (1) Sultan Iskandar Power Station (1) Sungai Kemena (1) Sungai Palas Boh Tea Factory (1) Sungai Palas Tea Estate (1) Sunrise (1) Tanjung Bin Power Station (1) Tanjung Kidurong Power Station (1) Tanjung Kling Power Station (1) Tapah (1) Tapioca Factory Brick Chimney (1) Tawau (2) Tea Dryer furnace chimney (1) Teluk Gong Power Station (1) Temerloh (3) Temoh (1) The Lakehouse (1) TNB Paka Power Station (1) TNB Remaco (1) Triang (1) Wood Dryer Burner Chimney (1) Ye Olde Smokehouse (1) YTL Paka Power Station (1) YTL Pasir Gudang Power Station. (1)

Bukit Besi Chimneys

Bukit Besi Chimneys