Black and white photograph of wash water and cooling equipment in the setting and washing room on the 1st floor of Building 2, Emulsion Department, at the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd factory, Coburg circa 1963. The wash water is prepared externally from the department by the power plant (Power House), under the technical supervision of the emulsion laboratory. The process includes hardening, flocculation, chlorination and carbon filtration into storage tanks.
Part of a photographic album produced by Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd, Coburg, containing approximately 70 black and white 8 x 10 inch photographic prints of the Emulsion Department; plans of the plant; colour photographs of the Emulsion Department management staff and Development and Production Supervision staff.
The album belonged to Ian 'Charlie' Yelland, who worked for Kodak Australasia Emulsion Department for 46 years, retiring in 1978.
Description of Content
Wash water cooling equipment in a room. Large pipes feed into an APV cooler, mounted on the wall behind it is the water pressure and temperature control equipment.
Black and white silver gelatin photograph, landscape format, with white border and two holes punched along the top edge.
Donation from Terry Yelland, 21/02/2013
Photograph, 8" x 10", Black & White
Handwritten in blue ink on the back of the photograph; '25' Handwritten in grey pencil on the back of the photograph; '28'
Type of item
Image Dimensions - Photograph
252 mm (Width), 202 mm (Height)