Chantrea drags an electric fan the size of a large door into the airless chamber where she works every day.
It is her only respite from the heat inside the brick kiln that looks more like a dimly-lit tomb.
“It’s like working inside a burning prison,” the 47-year-old says as she stacks the dried bricks, which will be moved to a warehouse. “I have asked the owners to provide us with more fans. But they won’t because it will cost more money.”