Clinker manufacture operational: 1879-1914, 1919-1922
Approximate total clinker production: 420,000 tonnes
One of three plants installed at the Stone Court ballast pier, the initial installation consisted of 6 chamber kilns, making 145 t/week at an estimated fuel consumption of 13.3 MJ/kg. In 1889 a pair of Dietzsch kilns were installed, presumably to burn excess dry mix, bringing another 100 t/week at 4.8 MJ/kg. A further 13 chamber kilns were added 1902-1909, during which time the Dietzsch kilns were abandoned, bringing capacity to 460 t/week. Its activities were amalgamated with those of Artillery in 1903. There was no rail link, and all product was shipped from Stone Court pier. The site was entirely cleared: an extended Stone Court pier now serves a large container terminal covering the Albion, Greenhithe and Shield sites.
No rotary kilns were installed.