fairbank morse mill grinders

  • Fairbanks Morse Model 32 Stationary Engine | Old Machine Press

    After the expiration of Rudolf Diesel's American license in 1912, Fairbanks Morse entered the large engine business. Introduced in 1914, the company's large Model Y semi-diesel stationary engine became a standard workhorse used by sugar, rice, and timber mills; mines, and other applications.

  • Fairbanks Morse and Company Mercantile Coffee Grinder

    Enormous floor standing store model coffee grinder by Fairbanks Morse and Company, painted red and black with gold accents. Measures approx. 60" high. Property from the estate of Walt Disney Imagineer John Patrick Burke.

  • fairbank-morse in Sawmills and Milling - The Forestry Forum

    Jun 09, 2007 · Older Mills have babbitt bearings are built to run at slower speeds that Steam and early gas engines produce. My mill is set to 450 RPM and I wouldn't dare run it any fasters. A steamer of around 15HP should hold the mill well if you're cutting light stuff. Our club mill uses a 50HP Peerless single action steam.

  • Antique Cast Iron FAIRBANKS, MORSE & Co NO. 7 Coffee ...

    ANTIQUE CAST IRON FAIRBANKS, MORSE & Co NO. 7 Coffee Grinder Mill - $404.99. This is a very old Fairbanks & Morse coffee mill. The wheels turn smoothly. This unit is about 70 pounds, 28" tall. The wheels are 15.75" diameter. I don't have any more information on this. Awesome antique or oversized paperweight? This can be packed and shipped via UPS Ground at a steep cost.

  • Max & Della Guernsey Trust ~ Greenville MI.

    1887 Fairbank & Morse 18" iron wheel coffee grinder (Chicago) Fairbank & Morse 1 ½ iron wheel coffee grinder. Bent Wood hand crank butter churn by M. Brown Co. 24"x 24"x 18" butcher block w/ legs. 24" cast iron school bell w/ yoke and pully. Oak hand crank wine/ cider press.

  • Fairbanks-Morse - Wikipedia

    Fairbanks, Morse and Company was an American manufacturing company in the late 19th and early 20th century. Originally a weighing scale manufacturer, it later diversified into pumps, engines, windmills, coffee grinders, radios, farm tractors, feed mills, locomotives, and industrial supplies until it was purchased by Penn Texas in 1958 and later, in 1999, by Goodrich Corp.