Lukens Steel-Historic photos
Fabrication of reactor vessel for the Connecticut Yankee reactor.
Test vessel for CANEL project using Lukens plates and heads, unit installed at Air Force nuclear testing facility.
Ingot in the 206 Rolling Mill.
Largest steel plate ever rolled in US.
One of heaviest (44 tons) chrome-moly steel plates ever rolled, being loaded in Philadelphia.
This system for undersea drilling contains
250 tons of Lukens HY-80 plate steel.
Lukens employees marking a plate on Leveler for flattening.
Lukens T-1 steel being fabricated for blast load generator built by Lakeside Bridge & Steel.
M 42 self-propelled motor gun carriage with two 44 mm. Guns on twin gun mount, uses Lukens armor plate throughout.
Launch of Air Force Titan 111-C. Lukens specialty steel used in solid fuel boosters.
Polaris sub Will Rogers contains more than 2000 tons of heavy gauge Lukens steel in the hull.
Nuclear submarines Shark and Robert E. Lee
at Newport News, VA. Lukens supplied armor plate for hull, bulkheads and missile tubes.
Lukens Spun Heads for 96-inch Howell-Bunger valves at Ladore Dam, in British Columbia.
96-inch Howell-Bunger valves at Ladore Dam, in British Columbia use Lukens spun heads to dissipate energy of discharge water.
Lukens employee grinding a pressed head.
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