A sturdy, long-lasting grain mill, the Commercial Flour Mill is the standalone version of the model intended for continuous-operation systems and thus includes more safety features. This heavy duty mill (Grindmaster 950 model) features a strong base, long-lasting shaft and bearings, and was built for high-throughput applications. Aimed at whole grain, whole meal, and grits, these mills are ideal for organic flours as the low temperatures maintained during the grinding process retains and protects the nutrient content of the grain. The Commercial Flour Mill features additional shrouding for operator safety and aesthetics versus standard industrial mills.
Engsko’s stone and specialty metal discs grind products while retaining low temperatures and minimizing damage to nutrients. For this reason they are most popular for whole and organic foods. Click a mill for more information or fill out the form and we’ll help establish which is most suited for your product and process.
Available with 600, 800, or 950 mm millstones, the standard Flour Mill (S-Model Europemill) is a great intermediary solution for the majority of millers. From beans, spices, and coffee to grains and granules, the Flour Mill can precisely grind virtually any dry product. Throughput capacities for the small millstones will range from 330–882 lbs./hr. depending on courseness, 441–1323 lbs./hr. for medium millstones, and 551–1764 lbs./hr. for the large. As with all our disc mills, the Flour Mill is ideal for whole and organic applications, designed to minimize product temperature and protect nutrients from degradation. Call us or fill out the form below to learn more about this mill or how we can automate and streamline your process.
Tabletop Flour Mill
Most popular among grocery stores, bakeries, and farms, the Tabletop Flour Mill comes stock with a 9 lb. hopper. It can mill any product under 12% moisture and 6% oil, most commonly coffee, spices, and grains at up to 175 lbs. per hour depending on the desired fineness.
The tabletop mill is also available with a sifter which can be configured for flour, bran, and fine bran. It’s equipped with three separate outlets optimized for their respective flour types.
First produced in 1910 and improved upon ever since, the Spice Mill is also ideal for small batches of grains, peas, and sugar. Mustard, coffee, and other oily products can also be ground efficiently with stones designed to handle the oils.
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