AGA IN IJSLAND

 


Facebook photos AGA Part 1

Facebook photo`s AGA Part 2

 

 


Google photo`s  AGA Reykjavik

 

 

 

AGA on Holar

 

AGA tank; Visfarm Nupasveit

 

AGA factory in Reykjavik

 

Old AGA tank in Þórshöfn

 

AGA, Greenhouse in Geitafel

 

AGA tank in Akureyri

 

AGA lighthouse, Stykkishólmur

 

AGA CO2 Plant Hæðarendi

 

AGA plant in Vogar

 

AGA south Iceland

 

AGA Þorlákshöfn


AGA, slaughterhouse Blönduós

 

AGA vuurtoren in SIGLUFJÖRÐUR


AGA Acetylene Hraunhafnartangi lighthouse

 

AGA in Akranes 

 

 





 

AGA-systemet i Islands fyrväsende. 1983

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 



 

 

AGA gasol heim







ISAGA Reykjavik

 

 

 



Verksmiðjan kostaði 2,5 milljarða
Ný verksmiðja ÍSAGA í Vogum framleiðir súr- og köfnunarefni. Afkastageta hennar er 1.200 rúmmetrar á klukkustund






Rúður brotnuðu og járnstykki flugu lang­ar leiðir
Þann 18. júlí 1963 myndaðist hættu­ástand við Rauðar­ár­stíg vegna stór­bruna í gasstöðinni Ísaga. Verk­smiðjan Ísaga fram­leiddi súr­efni og gas í tveim aðskild­um verk­smiðju­hús­um og kom eld­ur­inn upp í þeirri sem fram­leiddi gas

 

Shattered the windows and iron pieces fly long distances
On July 18, 1963 generated a crisis of Rauðarárstíg of the Great Fire of gas station AGA. The factory produced the AGA oxygen and gas in two separate factory buildings and fire came up in that which produced gas

 

 

 









 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

expeditie Iceland

 





AGA Reykjavik  IJsland






AGA Reykjavik  IJsland






Lassen met AGA gas




 

 

Haven Reykjavik

 




 

Haven Reykjavik



 



 

Haven Reykjavik


 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

The AGA club 

 

 

 

 Brev från H.F. Isaga, Island. 1934

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Brev från H.F. Isaga. Island 1932.




Condensation from liquid oxygen tanks hits the air and freezes inside in a hardened aircraft shelter at Keflavik International Airport, Iceland, April 2, 2016. Electro-environmental technicians assigned to the 104th Maintenance Group, Barnes Air National Guard Base, Mass., transfer the oxygen into portable units that can replenish oxygen supplies in aircraft. Four U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle fighter aircraft, assigned to the 104th Fighter Wing, deployed to Keflavik, Iceland, to support Icelandic Air Surveillance operations throughout April. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Nichols/Released)




Condensation from liquid oxygen tanks hits the air and freezes inside in a hardened aircraft shelter.

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Matt Leonard, an electro-environmental technician assigned to the 104th Maintenance Group, Barnes Air National Guard Base, Mass., inspects liquid oxygen tanks in a hardened aircraft shelter at Keflavik International Airport, Iceland, April 2, 2016. The tanks must be tested and fitted to the portable tank before transferring the liquid oxygen that will be used to replenish pilots’ oxygen supplies within the aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Nichols)



 

 

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