Eyes open! When buying a mill
What makes a Salzburg flour mill so special?
1. domestic, solid and untreated wood
The grinding chamber …
is made of domestic, untreated beech, oak or walnut wood
This is where the grain is milled! Even if there is friction on the side wall, no synthetic material can get into the flour.
In our grinding chamber, your grain and flour only come into contact with wood (except the stone carrier and grinding stone).
2. granite grinding stones - without chemical additives!
We are the only manufacturer that offers untreated granite grinding stones for electric household mills.
Based on our decades of experience, we are convinced of the value of natural millstones.
In contrast to artificial millstones, granite stones have to be worked by hand.
Each pair of stones is unique
Durable – almost breakage and chipping proof – self-sharpening – no artificial abrasion in the flour.
We provide a 24-year warranty against breakage or chipping of stone parts.
Artificial corundum-ceramic grinding stones are out of the question for us!
Corundum ceramic grinding stones – main component Artificially produced corundum.
Corundum (aluminum oxide Al2O3) used to come from natural sources (e.g. Naxos island, Greece). It is a very hard mineral that is now artificially produced for abrasives. Various degrees of purity can be achieved during production using the melting process: from dark brown normal corundum to white high-grade corundum. In order to influence the properties (e.g. toughness, splinterability) of the corundum in the desired manner, certain elements such as chrome or zircon are incorporated into the crystal lattice in a controlled manner and the different types of corundum with the corresponding colors are created.
3. the proven coarse-fine adjustment
with a service life of 40 years based on experience.
Coarse-fine adjustmentis made by raising and lowering the lower grinding stone.
Easy to operate with one hand.
Adjustment of the grinding fineness is also possible during grinding.
We do not use plastic threads!