buying guide for small stone mill-chakki atta mill-leading
Yes, there is one sieve (with drum shape ) which separate the coarse and fine flour . We can change the finess of flour via change the sieve with bigger or smaller holes , easy to change. (2) Stone - I would need some more information. You mentioned it is sandstone - but is it natural sandstone or factory-processed sandstone?
Millstones were made of ordinary granite or sandstone, quarried in full-size chunks. Each member of the pair had to be furrowed. The runner stone had furrows cut on the bottom and the bed stone had patterns cut on the top. Stones varied in size from four to six feet in diameter and weighed as much as one ton
Large coarse aggregates that consist of crushed stone (hardstone such as rhyolite, granite and sometimes dolomite) with particle sizes ranging from 1 ½ inches to 4 inches. Typical uses include construction applications and railroad ballast. Common Uses • Railroad ballast • Construction entrances • Rough site pads Sizes and Designations