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Stock Photo #1746-1911, Ventilating a mine. Hollow drum with air holes, B, at opposite sides, mounted on an axle, C, to which are fixed fans rotating inside the drum. Axle turned by water wheel through a spur gear and lantern.
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Ventilating a mine. Hollow drum with air holes, B, at opposite sides, mounted on an axle, C, to which are fixed fans rotating...
Ventilating a mine. Hollow drum with air holes, B, at opposite sides, mounted on an axle, C, to which are fixed fans rotating inside the drum. Axle turned by water wheel through a spur gear and lantern.
Stock Photo #4430-5322, mining mine pumping device at the ventilation shaft copper engraving ""Bericht vom Bergwerk"" by Georg Engelhard von Loehneysen 1617,
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mining mine pumping device at the ventilation shaft copper engraving ""Bericht vom Bergwerk"" by Georg Engelhard von Loehneys...
mining mine pumping device at the ventilation shaft copper engraving ""Bericht vom Bergwerk"" by Georg Engelhard von Loehneysen 1617,
Stock Photo #1746-1908, Ventilating a mine. Various forms of fan which could be mounted on an axle inside a ventilating drum. A) Thin boards forming paddles. B) Short boards with feather shaped pieces of supple wood fixed on them. C) Short boards fitted with goose feathers., From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of
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Ventilating a mine. Various forms of fan which could be mounted on an axle inside a ventilating drum. A) Thin boards forming ...
Ventilating a mine. Various forms of fan which could be mounted on an axle inside a ventilating drum. A) Thin boards forming paddles. B) Short boards with feather shaped pieces of supple wood fixed on them. C) Short boards fitted with goose feathers., From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of
Stock Photo #1895-28897, Mine ventilation and drainage, 1819.
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Mine ventilation and drainage, 1819.
Stock Photo #4325-120, Copper Mine Worker in Protective Gear
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Copper Mine Worker in Protective Gear
Stock Photo #1746-1929, Mine ventilation. Hollow wooden drum, top, which had two blowholes opposite each other on the circumference, C, one to suck in air and one to expel it as the drum rotated. Inside the drum, fixed to axle on which it rotated, were fans made of wood or of wood and goose quills. HHHH are rods attached t
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Mine ventilation. Hollow wooden drum, top, which had two blowholes opposite each other on the circumference, C, one to suck i...
Mine ventilation. Hollow wooden drum, top, which had two blowholes opposite each other on the circumference, C, one to suck in air and one to expel it as the drum rotated. Inside the drum, fixed to axle on which it rotated, were fans made of wood or of wood and goose quills. HHHH are rods attached t
Stock Photo #1746-1907, Revolving wooden wind vanes fitted to the top of mine ventilation shafts. When they revolved they acted as extractor fans sucking stale air from the mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Revolving wooden wind vanes fitted to the top of mine ventilation shafts. When they revolved they acted as extractor fans suc...
Revolving wooden wind vanes fitted to the top of mine ventilation shafts. When they revolved they acted as extractor fans sucking stale air from the mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #1566-1074315, airsupply in the mine undergound There are several undergound coal mines In Bulgaria still operational Coals are being used to generate electricty in the powerstations nearby the mine The coals provide almost 100 of the national electricty demands of Bulg
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airsupply in the mine undergound There are several undergound coal mines In Bulgaria still operational Coals are being used t...
airsupply in the mine undergound There are several undergound coal mines In Bulgaria still operational Coals are being used to generate electricty in the powerstations nearby the mine The coals provide almost 100 of the national electricty demands of Bulg
Stock Photo #1566-585491, Indestructible ventilation fan1910 bulit for use in the Sutton Manor coal mines of St Helen´s,Lancashire,England,UK
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Indestructible ventilation fan1910 bulit for use in the Sutton Manor coal mines of St Helen´s,Lancashire,England,UK
Stock Photo #1848-718750, Mine ventilation with a cable drive, historical illustration, Meyers Konversationslexikon encyclopedia, 1897
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Mine ventilation with a cable drive, historical illustration, Meyers Konversationslexikon encyclopedia, 1897
Stock Photo #1746-1909, Mine ventilation shaft topped with a device to extract the stale air from the mine. H is a vane to make the barrel revolve so that is always facing in the optimum wind direction. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer,Basle 1556,
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Mine ventilation shaft topped with a device to extract the stale air from the mine. H is a vane to make the barrel revolve so...
Mine ventilation shaft topped with a device to extract the stale air from the mine. H is a vane to make the barrel revolve so that is always facing in the optimum wind direction. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer,Basle 1556,
Stock Photo #1746-1917, Various devices for ventilating mines. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Various devices for ventilating mines. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #4282-8480, England, Cornwall, Botallack. A ventilation stack at Crown Mines, a former tin mining site on the cliffs north of Botallack.
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England, Cornwall, Botallack. A ventilation stack at Crown Mines, a former tin mining site on the cliffs north of Botallack.
Stock Photo #1746-1916, Ventilating a mine using bellows. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Ventilating a mine using bellows. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #1746-1927, Three devices for ventilating mines with bellows. In the centre the horse turns the wheel and cams, I,I, work the bellows. At the top, a horse turns a crown wheel which engages with a lantern on the camshaft and the cams engage with tappets to work the bellows. At the bottom, a man works the bellows
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Three devices for ventilating mines with bellows. In the centre the horse turns the wheel and cams, I,I, work the bellows. At...
Three devices for ventilating mines with bellows. In the centre the horse turns the wheel and cams, I,I, work the bellows. At the top, a horse turns a crown wheel which engages with a lantern on the camshaft and the cams engage with tappets to work the bellows. At the bottom, a man works the bellows

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