Bundesarchiv Bild 183-62254-0001, Beitrag des VEB Glasfaserwerkes Steinach zum Chemieprogramm



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Title: Beitrag des VEB Glasfaserwerkes Steinach zum Chemieprogramm

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Zentralbild-Gahlbeck Frö-Qu 17.2.1959 Beitrag des VEB Glasfaserwerkes Steinach zum Chemieprogramm Eine weitere Steigerung der Basaltwolle-Produktion sowie die Weiterentwicklung von Formstücken als hochhitzebeständiges Isoliermaterial für die Chemische Industrie ist im Produktionsprogramm des Glasfaserwerkes vorgesehen. So wird die Gesamtproduktion um 18,4 Prozent gesteigert und die Produktion der neu entwickelten Basaltwolle für das Chemieprogramm wird in diesem Jahr auf 150 Prozent anwachsen. Der Isoliereffekt bei Basaltwolle ist 12 Prozent höher als bei Glaswolle. Basaltwolle ist ausserdem 60 Prozent billiger als Glaswolle. UBz. Für die Entwicklung des Basaltschmelzverfahrens wurde der technische Leiter des Betriebes Otto Gerlach als Verdienter Techniker ausgezeichnet. Otto Gerlach bei einer Untersuchung der Faserbeschaffenheit der Basaltwolle. - (Rechts neben der Wollprobe) ein Stück Basalt - das Rohmaterial für die Basaltwoll-Produktion-

Date 17 February 1959(1959-02-17)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 183-62254-0001
Author Gahlbeck, Friedrich
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