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Molino de afán: zona de husillos
Spain

Esta es la zona de accionamiento de la prensa de viga y quintal: el husillo o tornillo sin fin, accionado por dos operarios, da lugar al moviminento de la viga, que debido a la ley de la palanca, ejerce una gran presión en el extremo opuesto.

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Uploaded: 02/06/2012
Updated: 04/07/2012
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Tags: olive; oil; factory; almazara; aceite; oliva; prensa; viga; quintal
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