Soap always reminds people of cleanliness and purity zaman There is hardly any present day without touching it. The soap is an important part of our daily life. extends to six thousand.
The discovery of a Roman legend soap is as follows;
Women who wash their clothes in the Tiber River on the shore of Mount Sapo, where animals are sacrificed, realize that they clean their laundry with less effort than before. Because together with the falling rains, a mixture of tallow and wood ash flows down the mountain, drifting with the clay soil of the Tiber river. This mixture provides a faster and easier cleaning of the laundry washed in the river. Today, the location and presence of Sapo Mountain is unknown.
B.C. In the Ebers Papyrus of 1500, it is stated that the Egyptians, who are fond of their personal cleaning, are washed with a soapy substance obtained from animal and vegetable oils and alkaline salt.
According to some sources in the Ottoman period, the suffix MS 14. It is said that it dates back to the century. In the last three hundred years, it is known that fruit essences are made in the soap industry, and these are used by palace people and rich merchants. Even during this period, these special soaps are the gifts sent to foreign statesmen who adorned the dowry of the sultan girls and concubines.
Nizip 19, the cute district of Gaziantep. It has gained great fame with soaps produced from the century. The best soap in that period was made in Nizip. Even 20. At the beginning of the century Nizip is known to have come from Aleppo.
Nizip, high acid derived from olive trees grown in areas 1960 abundant use of olive oil with soap Turkey's needs have been accounted for almost 60 percent.
Nizip's soaping history 200 comes from an annual date. It is even said that this work goes back to Zeugma.
Nizip, who is famous for her soaps, is an entrepreneur businessman who was a soap factory in the first years of the republic; Ali Alkan. In the 1930, the soap factory is making a novelty to be used in manufacturing, according to that period. During manufacturing, he decides to buy a tub to use his steam.
Traction engine; It is a kind of transportation vehicle, which is usually built with steam, built on wheels and pulled into a vehicle. Agriculture, threshing machines, plows, irrigation tools to run. Generally it consists of a boiler and cylinder. Locars are the ancestors of tractors. And it is no longer used today.
19 of the Germans. Towards the end of the century, the construction of the railway in Anatolia began according to the agreement with the Ottoman Empire. This railway continues on to Çobanbey station via Aleppo, to Karkamış and then to the Baghdad with a bridge over the Euphrates.
In the 1930, Ali Alkan buys a locomotive at the Karkamış Station, which is owned by the Germans, but which is the property of TCDD. Its purpose is to increase the production of soap by using the steam boiler of this restaurant in the soap factory.
Ali Alkan TCDD, probably used in the narrow line called decovil lines, or used as a land carriage to be used as a vapor road vehicle, this time it is not easy to take Lokomobili Nizip.
In those years Carchemish - Nizip railway is not yet present, Lokomobili is forced to drive by road. The trucks of the period are smaller than the present, and in most places there is no road yet.
Ali Bey, by fixing two trucks side by side and in many places to move forward in this way is not safe by going through the fields at the side of the road, Nizip'e transport.
They pass through the road and cover the harms of all the farm owners whose crops are damaged.
And Ali Bey continues to manufacture in this soap factory for many years.
Ali Bey's soap factory is closed. Ali Bey will be deceased. Lock on the door of the factory. But lokomobil remains in the building that is facing the collapse omobil
Until a friend of mine happened to see him by chance.
After he was built in Meinheim, Germany, he was a veteran who somehow traveled to Anatolia and contributed to the Turkish economy for many years, witnessing recent history.
A valuable part of our industrial heritage Endüstriyel
And still there Ve