Joulupäivä - Christmas Day 2016

Tampere alue
Auringonnousu tänään 9:44. Auringonlasku tänään 15:06. Päivän pituus 5 h 22 min.

Tampere area
Sunrise today: 9:44. - Sunset at 15:06 today. - Day length is 5 h 22 min.

Utsjoki village: - - - Sunset 11.25.2016. klo 12:17. - - - Sunrise 16.01.2017. klo 24:02.

                                       vanhan tallipihan aluetta
                                   the old stables courtyard area
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                       Photo Juha Suhonen: Tammerforss and Tampere city

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4 kommenttia:

  1. Vastaukset
    1. Hi, Rodger.
      At the same time a little piece of the history of Finnish industry.
      Thanks to the Czar Alexander

      Tampella Ab was a Finnish heavy industry manufacturer, a maker of paper machines, locomotives, military weaponry, as well as wood-based products such as packaging. The company was based mainly in the city of Tampere.

      Until 1963 the company was called Tampereen Pellava- ja Rauta-Teollisuus Osake-Yhtiö (The Flax and Iron Industry of Tampere Stock Company). In Swedish it was called Tammerfors Linne-&Jern-Manufakt.A.B.. In 1993 the company’s forest and packaging business was bought by Enso-Gutzeit Oy.
      In 1997, Tampella was left longer just a manufacturer of rock drilling machines Tamrock Oy, a subsidiary of Tampella.

      Swedish Sandvik AB acquired the share capital of the Tampella and changed the company name first Tamrock Oy, and later, Sandvik Mining and Construction Oy. In 2006 the company name was changed to Sandvik Mining and Construction Oy. The company continues to work in Tampere, Turku and Lahti.

      Finlayson got started by Scottish James Finlayson in 1820, founded by mechanical engineering and foundry in Tampere.
      Then the factory produced, carding and spinning for spinning wool and flax.
      Finlayson was transferred in 1828 to stop machinery manufacturing, and move on to the cotton and woolen yarn spinning and fabric weaving.

  2. Tampella:
    Paper and board machines, began production in 1952. The paper machine manufacturer Tampella was Valmet, Wärtsilä and A. Ahlstrom Corporation competitor. In 1969, a cooperation agreement was signed TVW-Tampella, Valmet and Wärtsilä completed. Under the agreement, each company specialized in certain types of machine. Tampellan became the responsibility of the board machines. Furthermore, a common TVW-marketing organization.

    Tampellan weapons production began in 1932 with lightweight 80 mm mortar preparation and followed by the manufacture of heavy mortars at the end of the 1930s onwards. Tampella cannons produced during the war years under license from Bofors (models 37K / 36 and 105H / 37). The first fully Finnish howitzer (122 K 60) was completed in 1960. Tampella manufactured in the 1980s cannon 155 K 83 is still a Finnish field artillery's main weapon.

    During the war, Tampellan aseosaston main work was the repair of their own and from the spoils of war cannons.

    In the period 1950-1974 Tampellan the children of Israel with soltam systems called a joint venture for the manufacture and marketing of weapons.

  3. Manufacture of water turbines began in 1856. Initially, Tampella manufactured a number of turbine types, since 1923, mainly Kaplan turbines. The majority of Finland, currently in use in turbines are manufactured by Tampella Kaplan turbines.

    manufacture of ships began in 1857 and ended in 1910. The first steamboat was built during the winter of 1857-58, and was launched in 1859. A total of Tampella was built about 60 vessels.

    The first Tampella a pulp delivered in 1869 by Fredrik Idestam hiomolle Nokia. Stone grinders remained Tampella workshop as key products for a long time; yet in the 1960s Tampella was the world's largest manufacturers of stone grinders. For example, historically valuable Vääräkoski cardboard factory in Ähtäri 3 is manufactured by Tampella in the 1940s kylmähiomakonetta.

    Steam locomotives production started in 1898, when the state railway company commissioned 40 locomotives. By the year 1957, when the production of locomotives ended, Tampella was manufactured more than 900 locomotives. The biggest driver of the type manufactured by Tampella was heavy freight locomotive Tr1, nicknamed Risto.

    Manufacture of steam generators started to ship boilers, it was followed by a locomotive boilers. Power plant boilers manufacture began in the early 1930s, foreign licenses. The pulp mill recovery boilers became an essential product since the 1960s. In addition to recovery boilers Tampella manufactured pulp mill recovery plants.


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