North American Sources Of Hammer Mills

Sears Hammer Mill

The Sears 10- and 17-inch hammer mills offer rapid handling of any dry feeds such as wheat, oats, barley, ear and shelled corn, as well as roughages like hay and stalks. With 60 hammers, the 10-inch mill runs from a 10 h.p. tractor power take-off (PTO). The larger 17-inch mill requires a 15 h.p. PTO to operate its 80 hammers.

Sears, Roebuck & Co. Farm and Ranch Catalog

Meadows Number 5 Hammer Mill

The Meadows No. 5 hammer mill is designed for farm and specialty use. It has a V-belt drive to 24 hammers from a 5 to 10 h.p. motor. The screen measures 9 by 17 inches, and the unit employs a 4-inch fan. Shipping weight is approximately 280 pounds. Meadows also manufactures three other mills with horsepower requirements ranging from 20 to 65.

Meadows Hammer Mill
The Meadows Mill No. 5 Mighty Marvel, requiring 5 to 10 h.p. The Meadows Mill Co.
Sears Roebuck Hammer Mill
The Meadows No. 25 Trojan hammer mill requiring from 20 to 65 h.p. I hr Meadows Mill Co.

Meadows Mills Co. West L) St.

North Wilkesboro, NC 28659

C. S. Bell Hammer Mills

The Bell hammer mills are available in three sizes: No. 10, with a 6-inch width; No. 20, which is 9 inches wide; and No. 30, which is 12 inches wide. All are available with or without feed table; some have a blower discharge, others a bottom discharge. All models perform a variety of tasks.

Viking Hammer Mills

Tiffin, OH 44883

Viking Electric Mills

The Viking electric mill's hardened steel hammer blades, which are mounted directly on the motor shaft, turn 3,600 times a minute within the full-circle screen, converting the grain kernels to correctly sized ground feed.

Viking mills are available in 1, 7i/2, 21, and 51 h.p. motor sizes and can mill a range of perforations from y1G to i/2 inch. Capacities vary according to the items being milled, the perforation size, and the size of the motor. The 1 h.p.

Hammer Mill Discharge
C.S. Bell No. 30 Bottom Discharge Hammer Mill. C.S. Bell Co.

unit can mill 375 pounds per hour with a i/B-inch mesh screen.

Burrows Equipment Co. 1316 Sherman Ave. Evanston, IL 60204

Seedburo Equipment Co. 1022 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60607

W-W Hammer Mills

W-W hammer mills have a Star Cylinder design that functions as a flywheel to reduce power requirements without sacrificing capacity. Spécial heat-treated reversible hammers, hard surfaced, always maintain a cutting edge. This mill is available in a range of sizes up to 150 h.p. The screens, which are easily changeable, are available with perforations ranging from yS2 to 2 inches. As an option, this mill can be provided with a dust collector and a 20-fooL pipe (without bagger). Gooseneck models are available where floor space is limited. Pulleys, sheaves, master baggers, feed tables, PTO drive, and direct motor drive can also be obtained.

Burrows Equipment Co. 1316 Sherman Ave. Evanston, IL 60204

Model MG Hammer Mill

The Model MG hammer mill has a 15-inch wide throat and can be powered by a 5 to 30 h.p. motor. It is used to pulverize or reduce a wide variety of industrial materials including chemicals, plastics, grain, and dyes. It is also used as a finisher to smooth out a mixed product before bagging or final delivery. Direct-drive or belt-driven, this hammer mill can be mounted directly over the inlet or discharge point of a horizontal or vertical mixer in order to pulverize material before mixing or to smooth out mixtures after they are blended.

The Duplex Mill & Mfg. Co. Springfield, OH 45501

Jacobson Models 66 and 88

Models 66 and 88 laboratory-size pulverators are belt-driven to provide a choice of grinding characteristics. They can be arranged to discharge

Jacobson Hammer Mills

Jacobson's new lab model hammer mill, Model 66-B. Jacobson Machine Works, Inc.

Full Circle Pulverator

Jacobson's new lab model hammer mill, Model 66-B. Jacobson Machine Works, Inc.

into a bin, conveyor, or sack. Cast aluminum and steel construction assures resistance to corrosive materials. Featuring easy cleaning and a quick screen change, Models 66 and 88 have rigid hammers and adjustable feed gates and a-e available in two sizes, ¡¡4 and \ \/2 h.p.

Jacobson Models 120 and 160

The Models 120 and 160 utility pulverators are generally used for moderate-capacity installations of a wide variety of free-flowing materials. Of standard welded-steel construction, they are also available in stainless steel, if required. The feed hopper is equipped with a slide gate for controlled feeding. These mills are available in either belt- or direct-drive, and with power requirements ranging from '¡/A to 200 h.p.

Jacobson Machine Works, Inc. 2445 Nevada Ave. North Minneapolis, MN 55427

Speed King Hammer Mills

Speed King hammer mills are high-capacity, impact grinding machinés which come in seven sizes. They have hinged hammers and screen sizing. Other features include changeable wear plates, feeders, auger discharge, blower and pneumatic discharge, and other special features to suit the customer's needs. Horsepower re-

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Winona No. 1008 Hammer Mill Winona Attrition Mill Co.

Full Circle Pulverator

Winona No. 1008 Hammer Mill Winona Attrition Mill Co.

quirements range from I to 5 for capaiities trout to 100 cubic feet per hour.

Winona Attrition Miil Co. 1009 W. Fifth St. Winona, MN 559S7

INTERNATIONAL SOURCES OF hAMMER MILLS

CeCoCo Model HM-ll), Type S

The power requirement for the model 11M-10 ranges from 7.5 to 10 li.p. to provide an hourly capacity of 650 kilograms of corn or 500 kilograms of dried hay. Type S requires a 14 h.p. motor to yield 40 to GO kilograms per hour of crushed cereals, beans, and most oilier material going into animal feeds.

CeCoCo

P.O. Box 8, lbaraki City Osaka Pref, 567, Japan

Hammer Mills Model MF

This model conies with three screen sizes: 100, 120, and 150 millimeters, for three units tvith a combined power requirement ranging from 20 to 70 h.p. The smallest unit has a capacity of 200 to 300 kilograms per hour for cereals.

Nogueira Rice Mill Farm Model
OTMA Hammer Mill Model MF OTMA

OTMA

OtiOlS TuMitia ¡>1 Cilia l)i Casuilo (PC) Italy

Vuicano Mini

The Vuicano Mini can work with knives or hammers 01 both. It is mounted on a column, has tlnee fastening points for hitching to a traitor. and is available with an electric motor option. With a minimum power requirement of 15 h.p., it will mill from 500 to 1,500 kilograms of grain per hour. Larger models are also available.

F. Lli Deidone

Villalianca Verona via a. messedaglia, 20, Italy

Funcor Fodder Grinder

This unit is specially designed for grinding many types of materials for a more complete use of animal foods. It grinds both green and dry fodders, corn cobs, oyster shells, straw, grains, and oilier feed materials. The unit calls for 5 h.p. ;;nd is available with either a tractor PTO link or a diesel engine. Milling size is adjustable and capacity varies accordingly.

Cecoco Press
Funcor Fodder Grinder with Mounted Motor Funcor Maquinaria Agrícola

Funcor Hammer Grinder

This is a 5 h.p. machine for grinding and milling all types of grains.

Funcor Combined Grinder

This machine combines the operations of

Tractor Pto Corn Grinder

Funcor 5 h.p. Hammer Grinder with Tractor ¡'TO Connector

Funcor Maquin.nii \gricola

Funcor 5 h.p. Hammer Grinder with Tractor ¡'TO Connector

Funcor Maquin.nii \gricola

Hammer Mill Pto
Funcor Combined Grinder with Tractor PTO Funcor Maquinaría Agrícola

the l-'oddei C,nndcr and flauuiiei (>iiuder, and it rail mill all kinds ui »rains, green and dr\ ludders, coi n cobs, bagasse, and sti :iw. h also (¡as a "> I).p. motor, runcor Ha in met Grinder Model-A

A feeding hoppei on this model can be adapted for grinding dry iodde;. This larger unit has an 8 h.p. requirement. It grinds all types of grains and dry fodders, is orovided with a col lee tor-bagger cyclone, and (an be joined to one or two mixers for the complete preparation of tfie cotripou'>d fodder.

Hammer American Motor
Funcor H&mtnet Grinder Model A with Gasoline Motor Funcor M?quin<tria Agricola

The above mills are manufactured by: Fumor Matpiiiiaria Agticola Klorrio (Vi/caya) Spain

Nogueira Disintegrator

The Nogueira Disintegrator is a versatile machine, useful for either dry or green products. It cuts sugar cane, grass, boughs, roots, and tubercles, grinds corn with husk and cob, rice straw, corn stalks, and all sorts of grain. It can produce coarse, medium, fine, and extra fine cornmeal without heating the meal. It is available in three sizes with electric motors ranging from 5 to 10 h.p., and will produce cornmeal at rates ranging from fiO to 200 kilograms per hour.

How Chop Napier Grass

veri/i ng. The extra-reinforced flywheel, welded directly to the shaft, has two chopping knives and four hammers, and is mark' from a special steel to chop or pulverize as required. The machine pulverizes dry materials such as corn stalks with cobs, corn cobs with or without shucks, manioc, soybeans, and other dry fodders. It also pulverizes green fodders such as sugarcane, sorghum, pumpkins, and napier grass.

Justino De Moráis, Irmaos S/A Industria. Comercio e Importacao Rúa Ana Luisa, 568, Batatais-SP, Brazil

Churnpenois Hammer Mill V300

This French mill has a capacity ranging from 300 to 400 kilograms per hour for grains.

Hammer Mill Plans
Chámpenos V3Ú0 Hammer Mili Champenois

Champenois Chamouilley 52170 Chevi'lloii, Franc e

ICE PISSES

Homemade fruit juices, fruit butters, cider, vinegar, wine, brandy—these are all good reasons for including a juice press on the list of tools that belong on a small, self-sufficient farm. Designs for juice presses consisting of five basic components—grinder, press, framework, juice-funneling system, and catch basin—are available from various companies as plans, kits, and fully constructed units. Use of the juice press need not be confined to that short time in autumn when cider appears on roadside stands. Fresh cider can be made as long as your supply of apples lasts in cold storage. Outside of apple season, the juice press is ready to go to work just as the blueberries, strawberries, cherries, peaches, ;md pears come into season to make fine homemade juices, jellies, and wines,

The single most important element in piice extraction is the efficiency of the grinding mechanism in turning the fruit into pulp. For maximum yield, every cell should be crushed. The press itself is only responsible for squeezing the juice from ruptured cells and does little to whole fruit. For this reason, grinders can be acquired separate from the pressing mechanism and framework,

A sharp, . ainless steel-bladed toller is needed to cut through the tough skins of apples and chop them into pulp. Softer fruits like grapes and berries require less chopping. The squeezing action of cast-iron, ridged rollers does an adequate pulverizing job on these softer fruits. Both hand-operated and motorized crushing rollers are available. The best hand grinders have a flywheel and a three- or four-to-one gear ratio for the handle to give momentum to and take the rough spots out of the stroke.

The pressing plate can be driven by a hand-cranked press screw, a hydraulic jack, or even a car bumper jack. It is important that the framework of the press be rugged, and it is usually made of cast iron or rigidly constructed hardwood. After the fruit is crushed, the pulp is wrapped in cheesecloth and placed either inside a framework of vertically arranged wooden slats or on press trays composed of horizontal slats. The pressure exerted by die press sends the juice through the grooves in the framework to an exiting funnel.

Small Home-Built Juice Press *

This small juice press can be constructed from fairly easy-to-find discarded materials, the

Construction

1. Cut a 36-inch length of 2 x 12 and four 11-inch lengths of 2 x 4. Using I6d nails and glue, fasten the 2x4 legs to the bench.

2. Cut four 19-inch lengths of 2 x 4 for jack support crossmembers. Fasten one to the bottom of the bench, against the front legs. A narrow face of the 2x4 should be against

• Reprinted from Build It Better Yourself, by the editors of Organic Gardening and Farming (Emmaus, Pa. Rodale Press, Inc. 1977).

most important of which is an automobile bumper jack to act as a pressing mechanism. No grinder is provided on this unit, but apples may be satisfactorily pulverized with a kitchen food grinder before pressing.

Three pounds of ground fruit can be pressed at one time. Wrapped in cheesecloth, the pulp is placed inside a strong-framed press box. Routered grooves lead to exit holes which allow the juice to drain to a pan below.

the bench boitom, a broad face against the legs. Use glue and 16d nails, driving the nails through the support into the legs, and through the bench into the support. Using a short 2 x 4 as a temporary spacer, locate the second lower support crossmember and glue and nail it in place. Then remove the spacer.

3. Construct the box. The press can have a plywood box, but you can construct yours of 1 x 10 material. Cut four 8-inch by

MATERIALS NEEDED Wood

1 piece 2x4x8 feet or

1-2 feet x 4 feet sheet % inch or ext. plywood 1 piece 1x1x2 feet or

Hardware

16d nails Glue 8d nails 6d nails

3-4t/2" x s/lG" bolts w/nuts S-r/rii" ID fender washers

4-6" x s/lfl" bolts w/nuts Enamel paint

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1 bumper jack

Bench: 1 piece 2 x 12 x 36 inches

Legs: 4 pieces 2x4x11 inches

Uprights: 2 pieces 2 x 4 x 34 inches

Crossmembers: 4 pieces 2 x 4 x 19 inches

Mounting blocks: 2 pieces 2x4x6 inches

Juice box: 4 pieces 8 inches x 9% inches

Cleats: 2 pieces I x I x 1114 inches 2 pieces 1 x 1 x 10 inches

Inside Hammer Mill

'Jl/t-inch pieces of yrinch plywood, the« glue and nail them together. using ttd nails, forming the juice box, f, Place the hox in position, centered on the bench between the supports. Scribe a line on the benchtop around the inside of the box. Remove the box, then drill three rows of i/j-inch holes through the bench. You must locate the rows of holes so they penetrate the bench in front of, between, and behind the supports. The juice will run out of the box through these holes. To speed that process, a crosshatch pattern of grooves should be routered into the bench within the confines of the box. In doing this, be sure not to damage your router bit on the nails you've driven into the bench to secure the jack support crossmembers. Now replace the box and toenail it in place with fid nails. Cut two 11 ¡/¡-inch and two 10-inch lengths of 1 x 1 stock and using 6(1 nails, fasten them to the bench rt-ound the outside of the box.

5. Modify the bumper jack. The jack shaft socket in the base must be cut off so the shaft will pass through the base. Then the ratchet mechanism must be welded to the base, so the base moves up and down the shaft with the ratchet mechanism. A welding shop can do this work quickly and inexpensively.

6. Cut two 6-inch lengths of 2 x 4. With a hacksaw and chisel, cut a groove across the center of a broad face of each to accommodate half the thickness of the jack shaft. The two blocks are then sandwiched with the end of the shaft between them, as shown. Drill a % „-inch hole through the three-piece

Bahan Besi Mesin Hammer Mill
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assemblage and fasten it together with a ■Hi-inch by %(;-t!idi bolt. I'se fender washers on each side of tlit' assemblage. 7. Cau an S-uu:h length of 2 \ 12, then rip it to the width of a nominal 2 x that is, an actual 7:4 indies. Nail this piece to the 2. x ■U fastened to the end of the jack shaft, being sure to position tlit- wood giai.us of the two jMfis perpendicular to each other. 1'se liki nails, s. Cut two 3't-inth lengths of 2 x 1, for the jack support uprights. Slip one between the two crossmembers oti each side of the bench, drill a ^-t(i-inch hole through cross-members and upright, then bolt them together with a 6-inch by S/^-indi bolt and nut with fender washers. Set the jack in plate, then take the two remaining upper jack support crossmt'titbers (cut at the outset of the project) and, after drilling the appropriate holes, bolt them to the support opiigius. Use (Much by r;,,;.inch bolts and nuts v.'ith fender washers. 9. Slide the jack-base/ratchet mechanism up the shaft until it seats firmly against the upper crossmembers. Drill a %r;-in<h hole through the metal base and each cross-member. Then secure the metal jacking mechanism to the crossmembers with 414-inch by 5/js-inch bolts and nuts, with a fender washer included against the wood surface.

10. Paint the entire press with a high-quality nonieaded enamel paint.

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