Flour mill says Esfoz, then flour mill, French Heritage monument to Corravillers
Built in sandstone for the basement floor stone and rubble of coated sandstone for the rest of the elevation, the mill also includes a span of housing Northwest. The basement floor houses the carpentry workshop, the ground floor grinding equipment and square floor the plansifters, the demoucheteur, the cleaner and the mixing. Backed the North facade, two water buildings, small aediculae shingles of boards, each receive a penstock. Only the building of upstream water turbine is in place
* It has still partially its channel, with its water intake valves, as well as his water bed. South building houses agricultural portions (barn, barn, chicken coop and housing), it is built in rubble of coated sandstone, with a square floor and long-framed roof covered in tile mechanics. Two other agricultural buildings are built with a wooden frame and a boards weatherboarding. The flour mill is on the Cassini map (1760). It belongs in 1826 to Marc - Xavier Petitjean. A mill is mentioned in the 19th century. Around 1935, the mill is converted to flour mill, equipped with two cylinders a turbine-driven appliances. A second turbine is set up in 1941 to provide electricity (110 V). The workshop is enhanced a floor in 1942 to accommodate a plansifters. Until its closure in 1968, the establishment is operated by 4 generations of the Daval family: Ferréol, Jules, George and Gerard. In addition to the milling machines, one of the turbines operated a small carpentry workshop, located on the basement floor and personal use of the Miller, consisting of a jointer, Planer, bandsaw and a tower.In 2002, the mill housed a pair of millstones, a cylinder (milling) e. a. Renaut (Laferté-sur-Aube, 52) and a unit cylinder (finishing) Bosshardt-Uhler, (Dijon, 21), a plansifters, a demoucheteur, a cleaner, a mixer, a turbine Jean Duchêne (Fresse-sur-Moselle, 88), a dynamo of the electrical Constructions of Nancy and a motor power j. RAND (Belfort, 90).
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
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flour mill says Esfoz, then flour mill, Built in sandstone for the basement floor stone and rubble of coated sandstone for the rest of the elevation, the mill also includes a span of housing (...) Flour mill says Esfoz, then flour mill, French Heritage monument to Corravillers corravillers, haute saone
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