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English: Workman Edgar Lapierre, wearing protective goggles, stirs the molten bath of aluminum with a poker at the Arvida Aluminum Company of Canada plant. Lapierre stirs the molten bath with a poker to remove gasses from under the electrode and lower the resistance of the bath to the passage of D.C. current electricity from electrode to carbon of pot. It is this electrolysis proceses that extracts the aluminum. The stirring allows the pot to operate normally again for about four hours."
Français : À l'usine Alcan Aluminium Limitée d'Arvida (Québec), l'ouvrier Edgar Lapierre, portant des lunettes de protection, brasse le bain d'aluminium fondu avec un ringard.
|Author||Ronny Jaques / Office national du film du Canada|
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