Gradierwerk

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4,5 dari 5 lingkaran50 ulasan
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25
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19
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3
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2
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1

he-H767
Hanover, Niedersachsen, Germany172 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jun 2017 • Pasangan
If you are interested in historic (still working) technology, visit the mill, the mechanical "energy transport" system, the connected natural brine pump and, finally, this installation, with aims at increasing the salt concentration and assists people becoming healthy / during a cure. By the way, nice view over the river Saale.
Ditulis pada 30 Juni 2017
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Wisprof
Wauwatosa, WI148 kontribusi
4,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Sep 2015 • Teman
One of the most remarkable mechanical devices I have ever seen using a river to drive a screw to bring up salt water to drip through a structure of branches so that people can breathe salt-air in the middle of nowhere. I suspect a couple guys drinking too many beers on lonely nights after the wives threw them out and said they were Taugenichts. They should get a Nobel Prize (posthumously, of course). I think such places (and there are many in Germany) are worth a visit.
Ditulis pada 26 April 2016
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LondonTell
Pembrokeshire, UK1.292 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jul 2015 • Pasangan
You can read about them on wiki otherwise called "Graduation Tower" in English. There appears to be just over 30 of these strange contraptions in the world to simulate sea air for inland spa resorts. Sea air = good, so obviously you needed it. You sat in the park below the towers and enjoyed being covered in salt particles from condensing underground salt water on branch twigs in the towers.

The Bad Kosen's one is hydro powered by a strange passing of mechanical energy up a hill from the dam below with blanks of wood strapped together that wiggle. This then pumps the saline solution up from the ground into the twigs. This saline solution then dries and you get salt spray plus anything else blown around from the towers.

Best to keep your photographic equipment shielded from the particles. I didn't get up close but I see from TripAdvisor pictures someone did and that shows the dried salt on the twigs.

You don't actually have to pay to see all of it, you do see enough of the workings of it for free. The paid tour / access you get to see more of the pumping station by going inside and you get to climb a salty tower although you can walk through one for free, accepting the rot that you may get on high value photographic equipment. The paid options were closed when we visited (pump and tower tour).
Ditulis pada 28 Juli 2015
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Steve D
Roseville, MN5 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jul 2011
I stumbled across this system for concentrating salt for extraction back in 1995 and took my family back to see it this year. It shows the cleverness of engineers from centuries past and it still works! Both the condensing tower and the pump house can be visited, along with viewing the water wheel-powered beams that drive the whole system and come up from the river. The hostess in the pump house had a very nice presentation in English too.
Ditulis pada 15 November 2011
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