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Title:" THE STORY OF NICKEL " 1930s INCO MINING PROMO FILM FROOD MINE SUDBURY, ONTARIO, CANADA 88184
Duration:37:42
Viewed:298,900
Published:13-04-2021
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This 1930s black & white educational/promotional film tells "The Story of Nickel". It was produced by INCO, the International Nickel Company, Ltd., now known as Vale Canada, Limited. INCO as founded following the discovery of copper deposits in Sudbury, Ontario. During World War II, Inco's Frood-Stobie Mine Mine produced 40% of the nickel used in artillery by the Allies. Opening titles (:08-:58). Title: Canadian Operations. Huge Reservoir, twenty miles from Copper Cliff, Ontario, Canada. Power lines. Sudbury Basin map. Mine near the basin. Miners get to work (:59-2:27). Frood Mine is the greatest nickel mine in the world. Logs come down the river. Steel shop. Miners head to the elevator. Compressed air drill in use. Holes are loaded with dynamite and the ore is shoveled out. Timbers are set into place to prevent a cave in. Electric trams deliver timbers and supplies (2:28-4:42). Ore is turned upside down by a machine, called a tipple. A tipple is a structure used at a mine to load the extracted product for transport, typically into railroad hopper cars. A rock crusher. Ore is crushed and hoisted up the main shaft to a rock house. A conveyor belt carries it to another crusher. Men outside the mine. Crushing and screening plant. Revolving drums (4:43-6:51). Floatation plant. Ore is turned and floats. Smelter stack. Buildings. Men walk to work. Roasting furnace. Furnace separates. Slag is dumped out of twenty ton pods. Men and machinery. Nickel is being made in a machine. Intense heat is generated (6:52-9:43). Sodium sulfate is added. A crane carries molten mix. Mix poured into furnace. Separation between copper and nickel. Acid converters. A train brings hot copper. Slag pours (9:44-12:08). Copper casting plant. Smooth flowing casting operation. Operators at work. Tank house. Large quantity of copper sheets. Smelting plant. Blast furnaces. Slag pours. Converters. Slag pours into smelter (12:09-14:37). Factory. Material smokes inside. Washed nickel sulfide. Slag pours. Crude nickel oxide. Men in factory. Men spray down molds. Casting wheel operator. Slag pours into mold. Pieces are removed. Sheets of nickel anode. Crude nickel anode is placed. Nickel cathode. Furnace at work. A hand holds nickel alloy (14:38-17:41). Title: United States. Huntington, West Virginia factory. A man at work near a conveyor belt. A bucket elevator. Ground mat placed into buckets. Bucket is weighed before lifted. A hopper receives the bucket full (17:42-19:26). Inside the factory. When furnace is fully charged, the top swings back into position. Man stands outside the furnace. Man works with furnace. A ladle is placed under the tapping spout, liquid comes in. ladle is skimmed and taken away to pour. Crane takes ladle of molten metal to big furnace for further refining. Molten metal poured into furnace. Behind the melting can be watched. Slag pours out during process. A crane holds the ladle afterwards. Metal pours back into ladle (19:27-22:30). Iron molds. Slag pot takes the excess slag. Ladle is craned away. A saw spins. Chipping blades. Men guide their machines (22:31-24:16). A steam hammer. Ingot moved from machine to machine. Ingot is placed in the middle and hammered. Ingots are formed into square blooms and sheet bar. Machine hammers down on the ingot (24:17-26:20). Blooms are heated. Machine place abloom on mill runway. Bloom rolled into sheet bar. Sheet bar rolls down and transferred from one side of the mill to the other. Truck car moves forward. Men move long pieces (26:21-28:45). Rods are placed into a machine. Men work the machines. Wire bar is caught, clipped, and sent on its way. Wire rod continues on its way. Two man teams maintain speed. Wire is coiled by a machine (28:46-30:43). Sheet bars go through hot rolls. Men move them, keep machine moving. Sheets are pulled from final furnace. Sheets are separated and checked for thickness. Finishing process for the sheets (30:44-32:45). Sheets are removed, washed. Men move sheets into machines. Tubes are moved, placed in water (32:46-34:39). Tube is reduced in size by a machine. Flat bars. Heavy wire is produced. Factory life as the men work. Strip is checked at finishing station. Man checks machine. The polishing department. Sheets are clamped and placed under grinding belt. Man checks sheet. Metal sheets are moved (34:40-37:21). End credits (37:22-37:32). This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit www.PeriscopeFilm.com/

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