|Central Dyestuff and Chemical Company
Newark, New Jersey
|Rare Photos of Central Dyestuff and Chemical Co. Plant in Newark, NJ taken during WW I.
The company manufactured dyes which could no longer be imported from Germany.
Source: "Man and His Machines", The World's Work, May 1916, p. 121
Top left: Vats for red and black coal-tar dyes. Top right: Scraping dye out of the filter press in preparation for drying kiln.
Center: Worker cleaning out a dye tank.
Bottom left: An intermediate coal-tar product being baked. Bottom right: Worker taking a coal-tar product out of a filter press.
Top left: Taking dyes out of grinders. Top Right: Aniline oil separators.
Center: Dried dyes prior to being ground to a powder.
Bottom left: View of filter press. Bottom right: Worker shoveling intermediate for next step of operation.