aeromotor


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aeromotor

(ˈɛərəʊˌməʊtə)
n
an engine that powers an aircraft
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The Aeromotor Windmill Company began in Chicago in 1888 and remains the only manufacturer of water-pumping machines: Still Turning covers the company's history from its early roots to modern times, also providing a survey of the American windmill.
Other brands of windmills included Heller-Aller, Perkins, Star, Dempster, Fairbury, and Aeromotor (Gillis, p.
Conway Jobs Creations/Expansions Year Company New or Exp 1998 American Transportation Expansion 1998 Virco Expansion 1998 Aeromotor Expansion 1999 Acxiom Expansion 1999 American Management Corp.
Windmills, like the Aeromotor, Dempster and Baker, have enjoyed a successful career in pumping water by mechanical energy from wells for livestock and homesteads throughout the United States for more than 100 years.