Definition of Trommels

1. trommel [n] - See also: trommel



Lexicographical Neighbors of Trommels

trombone
trombone player
tromboner
tromboners
trombones
tromboney
trombonist
trombonists
tromboon
tromboons
tromethamine
tromino
trominoes
trominos
trommel
trommels (current term)
tromp
tromp-l'oeil
trompe
trompe-d'œil
trompe-l'oeil
trompe-l'oeil(a)
trompe d'œil
trompe l'oeil
tromped
trompement
trompements
trompes
trompil
trompillo

Literary usage of Trommels

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Text Book of Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards, Earl Smith Bardwell, Edwin G. Goodwin (1909)
"Sectional punched ami cast-plate trommels have come into use ... TANDEM AND CONCENTRIC trommels have screens of two or more sizes on the same shaft; ..."

2. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"In regard to power, the authorities agree that the riddles take more than the trommels. The trommels run more quietly than the riddles, as they give no jar ..."

3. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"In regard to power, the authorities agree that the riddles take more than the trommels. The trommels run more quietly than the riddles, as they give no jar ..."

4. Ore Dressing: In Four Volumes & Index by Robert Hallowell Richards (1903)
"2 trommels. Sectional with 0.13 and 0.07-inch square holes. FIG. 524e.—SECTION ON EF OF FIG. 5246. Over 0.13 inch (chips, strings, etc. ..."

5. Machinery for Metalliferous Mines: A Practical Treatise for Mining Engineers by Edward Henry Davies (1894)
"Sizing, Classification, Grizzlies, trommels—Kittinger-s Scale of ... The volumetric sizing of an ore is effected by means of sieves or trommels, ..."

6. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1913)
"draw the ore from this bin to the first trommels, where mill- water is added ... The trommels are 4 ft. in diameter by 5 ft. in length, and have holes f in. ..."

7. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1893)
"In these last, as is shown in table given previously, the first two trommels of the series separate 75 per cent, of the total mass, whereas, in trommels ..."

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