# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
A set of stamps with blades, used for wood in production of wood-dyes.
An iron or wooden block holding down the tail of a WINDSHAFT or other JOURNAL.
A horizontal projection beneath which run centring wheels or wooden rubbing blocks to resist overturning the cap.
(1) Iron bars so fitted to the cap so as to hold it down to the tower should the mill be backwinded. (2) see KEEP.
See Wagon Cap.
See Wagon Cap.
The lever mechanism used in some Kent mills to operate the striking gear instead of a chain and Y-WHEEL.
Sloping outer edge to mill bed. Synonymous with mill curb (q.v.).
The starchy part of grain excluding the bran and germ.
A TOLL CUPBOARD (Anglesey).
Iron wedge driven home in a keyway, to secure a wheel or other item on an iron shaft..
A slot in an iron shaft into which a KEY is driven to secure a wheel or pulley.
To grind coarsely.
A grinding machine with grooved plates for breaking or coarse grinding various seed foods, such as beans for animal food.
Scots form of KILN
Found on the end of malthouses for heat treatment to arrest the growth of sprouting barley.
A structure with a drying floor of perforated clay tiles or metal plates, below which heat is provided by a fire. Used to dry seed crops for storage, or to roast oats prior to SHELLING. Mostly found in the wetter parts of the UK. May be separate or part of the mill building.
(1) Main central post of a paltrok sawmill. (2) see INTERMEDIATE UPRIGHTS.
See Intermediate Uprights.
The small part of the grain-ground at the mill which was the perk of the miller or his servant (Scot.).
Wooden braces of sharply-curved timber which are usually secured between wall posts and the under-sides of floor beams.
An appliance with vibrating screens for removing knots or lumps from the PULP.
The German name for an edgerunner used for pulping materials for papermaking.
The small amount in a sack of corn or meal which is left over.