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See [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoffmann_kiln Wikipedia entry for Hoffman kiln]
 
See [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoffmann_kiln Wikipedia entry for Hoffman kiln]
  
Several have been preserved in the UK, including [http://www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/site/llanymynech-limeworks-heritage-area/ Llanymynech lime kiln] and Langliffe lime kiln (1873) near Settle (see [https://www.cravenmuseum.org/archaeology/fact-sheets/the-hoffmann-kiln/ Langcliffe kiln])
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Several have been preserved in the UK, including [[Llanymynech Limeworks]] and Langliffe lime kiln (1873) near Settle (see [https://www.cravenmuseum.org/archaeology/fact-sheets/the-hoffmann-kiln/ Langcliffe kiln])
  
  

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Model kiln displayed in Vienna Technical Museum
Descriptive text for Vienna model

For Burning Bricks, Tiles, Pottery, Lime, Cement and Roasting Ores.

Developed in 1858 by Friedrich Hoffmann of Germany. Initially used for brickmaking, it was later used for lime-burning, and was known as the Hoffmann continuous kiln.

See Wikipedia entry for Hoffman kiln

Several have been preserved in the UK, including Llanymynech Limeworks and Langliffe lime kiln (1873) near Settle (see Langcliffe kiln)


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