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Her thoughts as still as the water under a ruined mill.
(Joseph Campbell 1881)

The flour mixer


As the grain is not crushed at once, but is ground cautiously in different passages, the flour produced is of various quality and grades. The miller weighs and composes flour of different milling passages so that the flour type according to the prescribed degrees of the mineral ash test can be guaranteed. He pours out the bags into the mixer which helps to get a flour grade of consistent quality with the help of a bevel worm that cuts through 3 floors. After roughly an hour the flour is ready for filling into the bags for sale at the bottom floor.
The functioning of the flour mixer