Barbed wire fencing was commercially produced on November 1, 1873 by the Barb Fence Company in Dekalb, Illinois, USA following an invention patent obtained by owner, Joseph Farwell Glidden. Continue reading
Gustaf de Laval was born at Orsa in Dalarna in the Swedish de Laval Huguenot family (immigrated 1622 - Claude de Laval, soldier - knighted de Laval 1647). Continue reading
In 1878, Carl Gustaf Patrik de Laval, a scientist, engineer, and inventor, invented the mechanical cream separator, while working with the Klosters-Bruck Steel Works. Continue reading
John Newcomb, John Finch, and James Butler, 3 awesome inventors from England. In 1686, Created wooden frame held a large wire screen or sieve that shook and separated grain from chaff. where there is a will there is a way of doing things better and more efficient.
- Sieve – Wikipedia
A sieve, or sifter, is a device for separating wanted elements from unwanted material or for characterizing the particle size distribution of a sample, typically using a woven screen such as a mesh or net or metal.
- Sifting through the options | World Grain
In the daily operation of the milling process, how often do you consider the efficiency of the sieving material in your sifter? Why did you choose the sieving material that you are using?
The history of milling technology has been one of continuous innovation in pursuit of technical and commercial improvement. Significant changes have occurred from time to time, but even between technological advances, seldom has there been stagnation.
- Artifacts Found in Early American Mills, making it look more like a real …
The wooden Bottle Weights are missing from the Lighter Staffs along with the meal bins in front of the Millstone Chutes. Gone also are the Twist Pegs and Crock Strings that controls the adjustment height of the shoe that regulates the grain being fed into the millstones.
- SWECO, manufacturer of industrial screens and sifting equipment
SWECO is the world leader in particle separation and size reduction solutions offering a full line of separation and grinding equipment as well as screen innovations prescribed for all markets.
Robert Ransome was born in Wells, Norfolk, son of Richard Ransome, a schoolmaster. His grandfather, Richard Ransome, was a miller of North Walsham, Norfolk, and an early Quaker who suffered frequent imprisonment while on preaching journeys in various parts of England, Ireland, and Holland; he died in Bristol in 1716. Continue reading
In 1803 an English inventor, by the name of Robert Ransome patented a Self-sharpening Plow. Continue reading
It was James Highen of Melbourne, Australia, who patented the first Sheep-shearing machine in 1868. Continue reading
After obtained the patent in 1785, the English inventor Robert Ransome, Continue reading
Sometime in the 1st Century, the Chinese invented a plow with a moldboard that was curved to help them aside soil. Continue reading
Robert Romaine, of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, developed/invented the self propelled rotary Cultivator in 1855. Continue reading