The Generator hall

The generator hall is the most notable feature of the old power plant as it is one of the oldest elements at site. The main hall has a length of 155 and a depth of twenty meters. The steam generators are placed at six meters height, since the volume below is mandatory for steam and electricity infrastructure. The hall owes its crane and height of twenty-four meters to requirement of smooth and accessible replacements during a generator´s defunct.

The hall is characterized by the steel construction, skylights, cast iron window frames and the corrugated steel cladding. Remarkable are the seven generators of which the oldest is at least ninety years old.

These photospheres are taken on two differen locations in the generator hall. They can be watched full screen, or with VR glasses using the Google Cardboard app.

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