Peak District Mines Historical Society
Promoting and preserving mining heritage
(Registered charity No. 504662)

Catalogue of the Upright Box “Lead Smelting and Refining”

Variety of Item Serial No. Description
Booklet Enthoven – Foremost in Lead Recycling. n.d.
Booklet National Society for Clean Air – Lead and You: Why is Lead Dangerous?
Booklet Sales Brochure – Calder: The Lead Engineering Experts.
Booklet Sales Brochure – Calder: The Radiation Shielding Experts.
Booklet Sales Brochure – Calder: Lead Clad Steel.
Booklet Affinerie de Plomb de Villefranche-sur-Saone
Booklet Lead Development Association – Lead Work (October 1982)
Booklet Sales Brochure – BLM Girdler – Specialists in Special Leadwork.
Folder Glossary of Terms used in the Lead Industry (Source not known).
Folder Typewritten Notes relating to lead smelting and refining
Rotary Kiln Smelting
The Varta Process
Reverb/ Blast Furnace Route
Q.S.L. Process
Kincet Process
Hydrometallurgical Processes
Slag Disposal Notes
Assessment of Rotary Furnace Route
(Collected by Alan Mutter).
Plastic Folder Sheldon Bush and Patent Shot Company Limited. Records at their Cheese Lane, Bristol Offices – October 1991.
Plastic Folder Abstract from the Conference of the 3rd European Lead Battery Conference, Munich October 1992
Ramus, K. and Hawkins, P. Lead-Acid Battery recycling and the new Isasmelt Process.
Plastic Folder Lead Production by the QSL-Process (Lurgi).
Plastic Folder Photocopy – QSL – A Continuous Process for Environmentally Clean Lead Production. (Source not given).
Plastic Folder Photocopy – The QSL Process for an Energy Efficient and Clean Lead Production by L. Deininger (Source not given).
Plastic Folder Photocopy – Mager, K. and Schulte, A. Process and Technological Aspects of the first four Commercial QSL Plants. (Source appears to be a Conference Proceedings).
Plastic Folder Photocopy – Bergsoe Whole battery Smelting Process. (Source not known).
Paper Envelope Labelled – Ore Hearth Newnam (Contains various photocopies)
Paper Envelope Labelled – Newnam Hearth Furnace – Appears to be a draft of an article by Alan Mutter which appeared in Bull PDMHS 12:4.