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Original Text (Annotation: EPW019264 / 1404041)

' Converter House. Each converter house contained two preheater units, four converter units and four heat exchanger units. The converters were of the regenerative type containing magnesium sulphate. The preheaters were coal fired. Located between the converter house and the burner house is the metal flue for the preheaters. This flue was also shared by the sulphur burners. The converter building is of a steel frame construction and clad with corrugated sheet which has been coated with a bitumen based paint. The converter house has a monitor roof which contained louvres to aid cooling and disperse fumes. The steel main carrying cold SO2 gas can be seen entering the converter house on the left-hand side. '