Continuous operation over several hours

The robust, commercial grain mill MT 18 has proven itself in commercial use for 4 decades now.
In contrast to the “normal” Salzburger Grain Mill MT 18, which is suitable for the quick need of a few kilos of flour in hotels, restaurants, organic food shops etc., the Salzburger Grain Mill MT 18 D is equipped with a motor for continuous operation over several hours .

This special mill is thus able to cover the flour requirement of approx. 50-70 kg per day without any problems.

You can get 1 kg of flour for bread in about 3 minutes!

Our open and honest statement about the operating time and performance of the mill in one run:

We cannot define the maximum operating time of the motor exactly, as this depends on various factors:

From the fineness of the desired flour: The finer -, the less ejection.

From the moisture of the grain: Moist grain produces condensation in the milling chamber and can cause clumping of the flour. This can lead to a high level of heating and, as a result, the outlet can also become clogged.

The hardness of the grain (corn is much harder than wheat or spelt, for example) also affects the heating of the flour at the outlet and can clog it.

Conclusion: Dry, healthily stored grain enables the finest flour to be milled with the least possible heating.

The granite millstone we use grinds powdery fine flour for the finest bakeries.
Particularly appreciated by master bakers is the fact that breaking out of stone particles and unpleasant stone grit in the flour (as far as we know so far) does not occur.
Your guests and customers can thus take a hearty bite without any worries!

What matters for commercial use: simplicity and durability!

The robust, almost indestructible stainless steel thread guarantees a mm-exact infinitely variable adjustment of the flour fineness for decades. The fineness can also be adjusted during grinding without switching off the motor.

With its 380 volt industrial motor, the MT 18 D fabric mill is able to grind convincingly fine flour for several hours. This motor is dimensioned in such a way that it can even be switched on and off during milling, even with very hard cereals such as maize.

The grinding chamber is made of wood by us out of conviction. Unlike most plastics, wood is known to be antistatic and antibacterial.
Our grinding chamber is therefore guaranteed BPA-free.

Cleaning of the grinding chamber: Due to the simple design, the grinding chamber can be opened without any tools. The funnel is twisted off and the inside of the mill can be cleaned with a brush or vacuum cleaner.

The funnel of the mill is turned from local, solid beech wood. The housing for the motor is made of moulded beech wood and all wooden parts are treated only with organic beeswax oil on the outside.

As a small manufactory we are able to respond to your wishes in a special way.

Let us know which types of grain are particularly important for you and we can adapt the millstones to them through special processing.

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Technical data of the Salzburger industrial mill MT 18-D:

Grinding capacity fine: approx. 270 g/min
Coarse grinding capacity: approx. 600/min
Hopper capacity: 2500 g (wheat)
Weight: 21 kg
Footprint: 25 cm
Height: 47 cm
Coarse-fine control: stepless
Grinding stone: Granite
Grinding stone diameter: 120 mm
Grinder bearing: elastic
Grinder: Granite, infinitely adjustable
Grinding chamber: beech wood
Speed during grinding: 900 rpm
Engine: Industrial engine from Austria
Motor power: power consumption 550 watts
Supply voltage: 400 Volt (power socket) – 50 Hz
Weight: 21 kg
Housing: moulded beech wood
Funnel: hard beech wood
Grinding chamber: made of untreated beech wood (guaranteed BPA-free)
Mark of conformity: CE
Manufacturer’s warranty: Warranty for the mill: 2 years
Warranty for the Mill stones: 24 years! The granite stones are replaced free of charge if the grinding performance is impaired due to breakage or chipping.

What types of grain can you grind with the MT 18-D industrial mill?

GRAIN MT 18-D
Wheat ••••
Spelt ••••
Rye ••••
Littlespelt ••••
Buckwheat ••••
Oats
Groats
Millet ••••
Brown Millet ••••
Rice ••••
Kamut* ••
Corn ••••
Soy ••••
Quinoa ••••
Lenses ••••
Amaranth ••••
Chickpeas ••••
Peas ••••
Sesame X

LEGENDE:
•••• sehr gut
••• gut –
•• in kleinen Mengen bis ca. 250 g
• nicht empfehlenswert

X Sie schaden damit der Mühle

1 Kamut ist extrem hart.

Es entsteht sehr viel Hitze beim Mahlen und dadurch Kondensat. Mahlen Sie daher Kamut nur in geringen Mengen (je nach Mühlentyp). Greifen Sie ins Mehl – wenn es zu heiß ist schalten Sie die Mühle ab und lüften Sie die Mahlkammer nach dem Mahlen.
Wir bitten Sie bei Bestellung einer Mühle auf die Verwendung von Kamut hinzuweisen.

2 Mais:

Es gibt sehr viele verschiedene Maisarten. Der in Österreich und Deutschland übliche Speisemais ist für die gekennzeichneten Mühlen kein Problem. Aber vor allem in Italien gibt es sehr alte, besonders alte Sorten, von denen wir wissen, dass man einige davon nicht mahlen kann. Wir können leider nicht alle Maisarten testen und anführen.

Generell können keine ölhaltigen Saaten gemahlen werden wie:

  • Leinsamen
  • Senfkörner
  • Sonnenblumenkerne
  • Mohn
  • Kürbiskerne
  • Nüsse
  • Mandeln

 

Aufgrund der Konsistenz können Sie nicht mahlen:

  • Salz
  • Zucker
  • Tee
  • Blüten
  • Blätter
  • Knospen
  • Gräser
  • Sprossen
  • kleine Hölzer
  • getrocknete kleine Früchte und Beeren
  • Kastanien
  • diverse Kerne

Es ist nicht empfehlenswert Kaffee zu mahlen.

Farbe und Geruch dringt in den Mahlstein ein, die Reinigung ist sehr schwierig. Wenn ausschließlich Kaffee gemahlen werden soll, setzen Sie sich bitte mit uns in Verbindung

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