KSEIBI 689050 Grinding stone Set Of 5 Pc Stone Rotary Grinding Bits with 14 Inch ShankGet Price
Production Capacity: 50-800TPH
Application Field: Hydropower, building material, highway, city construction, metallurgy, coal mining and so on.etc.
Applied Materials: Granite, basalt, bank gravel, bauxite, cement clinker, quartz silicon carbide,limestone, river stone, etc.
Feeding Size: 120-1500mm
Product Capacity: 1-2200TPH
Application Field: Mining, metallurgy, construction, highway, railroad, and water conservancy, etc.
Warranty: 1 year
Pellet Size: 6/8/10/12mm
Feeding Size: 65-300mm
Discharging Size: 3-60mm
Production Capacity: 12-1000TPH
Feeding Size: 50-100mm
Production Capacity: 5-100TPH
Applied Materials: Coal, limestone, granite, cobble, dolomite, bluestone, iron ore, coal gangue, coal, activated carbon, quartz, basalt, etc.
Brand Name: FTM
Pellet Diameter: 2.5-10mm
Native American Mano Grinding Stone Indian Artifacts Pestle Used With Mortar K 4 14 long by about 4 at its widest by approx 2 18 thick We have images of this Grinding Stone next to a cola can as well as held in an adult males hand to help give you a better idea of the actual sizeMore Detail
A Native American grinding stone was a tool used to grind various foods such as corn or acorns to prepare them for cooking The stones were part of a twopiece tool set consisting of a mano and a metate The large stone metate had a bowllike hollow that held food The mano was held and used to grind the food against the hard surface of the metateMore Detail
Grinding Stone Top Selected Products and Reviews Mortar and Pestle Set kharad Masher Spice Mixer for Kitchen 3 inches Grinding Small Spices and MedicinesMore Detail
May 09 2016 · The ammikkal was a flat rectangular piece of stone used to grind or crush chutneys and masalas I doubt if there would have been a south Indian kitchen from anyMore Detail
Native Americans used cobbles found along streams and in exposures of glacial till or outwash to produce a variety ground stone artifacts The process by which ground stone tools are manufactured is a laborintensive timeconsuming method of repeated pecking and grinding with a harder stone followed by polishing with sand using water as a lubricantMore Detail
A Bolo Stone or Egg Stone no one knows what these egg shaped stones were used for but they are thought to be part of the PaleoIndian tool kit and do not seem to be made any longer by the Archaic Period this one is from Eastern Tennessee and like others I have seen it is dimpled on both ends and has 3 smoothed areas from grinding likely dates before 9000 BPMore Detail
Look for rocks partially buried under sand or dirt if they look as if they have been shaped by human hands they may indeed be Indian tools from long ago Feel the tool you have found If it fits ergonomically in your hand and has been crafted flaked and made from rock it most likely is an IndianMore Detail