Patent Model - Improvement in Fulling-Mills

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Joseph Trainor (b.1850, d.1887), Patentee
Production date
May 05 1874
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Wood, iron
10 x 12 x 9" (25.4 x 30.5 x 22.9cm)
Trainor's patent "has relation to fulling-mills; and it consists in making one of two rollers, between which the cloth is passed while being treated, vertically adjustable, in combination with a contrivance which will automatically unship the driving-belt and stop the operation of the machine, should a knot or kink in the cloth pass between said rollers." (Patent Number 150,663)
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