burr mill


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burr mill

[′bər ‚mil]
(food engineering)
A mill for grinding crops, in which two ribbed plates or disks rub or crush the material between them.
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The GrainMaker, manufactured by Bitterroot Tool & Machine of Montana, is another burr mill.
A burr mill is not complicated, which also applies to the KoMo.
Rural Zimbabwe's peanut butter groups that adopted the manual Omega increased the amount of peanuts processed each day from four kilograms via traditional methods to around 50 kilograms of peanuts per day with the manually operated burr mill.
A different option to overcome cranking difficulty would have been to shift from a horizontal axis to a vertical axis grinder akin to many of the original wind power grist mills in Europe and many modern burr mills.
When the run is complete, the clean grain is ready for the burr mill.
Left: This 2-hp 1912 Reeves stationary gasoline engine provides belt power for Fred Nason's stone burr mill.
Below: Fred's David Bradley stone burr mill grinds corn for spectators at Farm Days in New Hampshire last August.
Hit-and-miss engines are used to operate various implements, such as burr mills and pump jacks (even ice cream freezers
Cattle stanchions, seed corn graders and burr mills.
Second, because all his engines actually run, he likes to have them working at shows, hooked up to pump jacks or burr mills or corn shellers.