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Processing machinery

Post  TonyK on Tue 11 Nov - 6:24

The large ball mill was lined with slabs of flint imported from the former Yugoslavia which were concreted to the inside of the drum. Stones were added and the tumbling motion ground added material to the required grade.

This is a small piece of the flint and a few of the stones, polished by the process:

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