The "Brake"  of the mill is also controlled from this point, by means of the rope attached to the "Brake Lever"  (Red and white in colour) which protrudes from the cap.
Thus, the miller can either increase or decrease the brake, i.e. turning or stopping the wings.
The brake consists of wooden blocks which surround the "Brake Wheel"  and secures it in a tight grip.
The wings  consist of 2 iron "Stocks"  which are an extension of the windshaft .
Previously, these were manufactured from wood.
The "Stocks" are now made from joint steel plates and have a length of 26m (The wingspan of the mill).
The wings have been built on the fore-sail system with automatic brake flaps which open at fast speed,
to decellerate the speed of the turning wings.
The wooden windboards, due to their shape, create a propelling force when enough wind blows against them.
When the available wind is too little, the sails are implemented.
The miller climbs onto the wings/sails and sets the sails into the appropriate position.