Mill head

the head of water employed to turn the wheel of a mill.

See also: Mill

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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During the third quarter of 2014, Kumtor's mill head grade averaged 3.05 g/t with a recovery of 72.7%.
Each grain mill has either a stone or steel mill head that is in direct contact with the grains.
If the mill head does come up against a seemingly unconquerable obstacle and sits fast, then no damage is done--if overburdened, the motor just stops.
Water Mill head teacher Jenny Edginton said: "Only a few schools from each country, all known for the quality of their arts curriculum, were invited to participate and we are proud to have been chosen.
The unit comes complete with immersion mill head, an interchangeable high speed disperser shaft and blade assembly and one process vessel.
I incorporated all of that into the mill head that rolls on tracks.
With a quality label design from the Fiddes Payne stable, the product comes with a fun poem disc in the mill head with 'what are little girls made of,.' on the top and 'ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross...' on the flip side.
In 2012, the gold production is expected to be weighted to the fourth quarter; - lower ore mill head grades and recoveries, as the mill processed stockpiled material with lower grades.