Shotton steel was made by 12 open hearth furnaces which each consumed 650 gallons of heavy fuel oil per hour and each made 250 tonnes of steel in about 8 or 9 hours.
What does OHF stand for?
OHF stands for Open Hearth Furnace
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We have 32 other meanings of OHF in our Acronym Attic
- Occupational Health and Environment Unit (United Kingdom)
- Occupational Health Facility (various organizations)
- Off Hook Factor
- Oil Handling Facility (Canada)
- Old Hindi Film
- Omron Healthcare France
- Ontario Heritage Foundation
- Ontario Hockey Federation
- Open Healthcare Framework (Eclipse Foundation; Canada)
- Open Hearth Foundation, Inc
- Operating Heat Flux
- Operation Homefront
- Operational Health Facility
- Oronite Hydraulic Fluid
- Outpatient Health Facility (various locations)
- Over Head Fire
- Oxalosis and Hyperoxaluria Foundation
- Overhead Funds - Navy Industrial Funds & Modified Industrial Funds
- Ohio Healthy Families Act
- Ohio Housing Finance Agency
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I worked for 16 years at the former British Steel Corporation as a maintenance bricklayer - including five years at Cargo Fleet open hearth furnaces, one year at South Bank coke ovens; and 10 years at Cleveland Works maintaining a fleet of torpedoes.
But in 1976, after the huge resistance put up in Shotton, the new L ernment reviewed British Stee Mr Monti said: "We wer three -year grace and that gave leeway to look for alternatives "The open hearth furnace w dead - we knew that.
and Russia if it includes a ban on Russian steel "produced by facilities using child labor, outdated environmentally destructive open hearth furnaces, or work forces not being paid their just wages.
The intricate web of steelmaking that had lined the banks of the Monongahela River since the days of Andrew Carnegie--the coal barges, coke ovens, blast furnaces, and open hearth furnaces, and the rolling mills, plate mills, wire mills--were all shuttered and closed.
BRITISH STEEL ARCHIVE Bill Parry wrote: The workers feeding the furnaces remind me of the open hearth furnaces at Grangetown, which I helped demolish in the Sixties with a firm called Road Materials.