Flour Mill

Traditional Flour Mill
Flour mill is used for grind for food grain like wheat, rice Sorghum  for making bread(chapatti ). flour mill is a simple mechanism of grinding stone. Grinding of solid matter occurs under the expose of mechanical forces that trench the structures by overcoming of interior bonding forces .Around 6000 BCE it was discovered that wheat seeds could be crushed between simple grinders to make flour. In 1879, at the beginning of the industrial era, the first steam mill was built in London. The grinding of flour is done by grinding grain between stone or steel wheels.
wheat grain

Traditional Flour Mill 

traditional flour mill
Simple domestic flour mill combination of two grinding stone which is placed on one to second. lower grinding stone is to fixed and upper grinding stone is rotatable.

Modern flour mill 

 Modern flour mill is powered by electricity. And you can control the flour refining as you want.

Working of Flour Mill

Flour milling
The modern milling process is a gradual reduction of wheat kernels through a process of grinding and transferring. The millers' skill is analyzing wheat and then blending it to meet end-use requirements. As a result of this science of analysis, blending, grinding, transferring, and blending, consistent final products are formed.

Wheat kernels are measured from cans to "roller mills" or made from chilled steel. The rolls are paired and rotated against each other, moving at different speeds. Isolation of bran, endosperm (starch) and germ begins by passing through the corrugated "first brake" roll.

The system has about five roller mills or brakes. Then, the goal is to remove the endosperm from the bran and germ. Each brake roll should be set to achieve as much pure endosperm as possible. "Break" rolls, each with gradual fine-grained corridors. After each trip through the brake roll, the griffer is sent upward to drop through the lift. This system redistributes coarse stocks and reduces wheat particles to granular "middlings" that are free of bran.

In some mills double high roller mills end up raising and moving the product between two successive routes in the milling process, thus increasing efficiency.

Brand of Flour Mill 

  1.  HAYSTAR
  2.  NATRAJ 
  3. Cookwell
  4.  Milcent
  5.  KitchenAid
  6. Bob's Red Mill
  7.  SONAR
  8.  STC
  9.  Ajanta
  10.  Urban platter
  11.  Mills & browns
  12. RAINBOW
  13. Faller
  14. KING
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 Flour Mill Price 

here some eg. of flour mill price may differ as per  specification -

1. Commercial Flour Mill
Commercial Flour Mill

Approx. Price: Rs 24,000 / Piece

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Capacity5 to 10 Ton/Day, 0 to 5 Ton/Day
BrandMegha
MaterialCast Iron
Usage/ApplicationCommercial
Motor Power10 Hp
Operation ModeSemi-Automatic
I deal inISO 90012000
Grinding Wheel Size18x4.5 mm
Phase3 Phase
Chamber18 Inch
Frequency50 Hz
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2. Huller Machine
Huller Machine

Approx. Price: Rs 11,000 / Nos

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Nos
PhaseThree Phase
Speed850 RPM
Electric Motor Capacity10 HP
Driving Pulley10x5x1.1/2
Bearing Size1209 K
Average per Hour700 to 800 Kgs
Diesel Engine Size12 Hp(1000 RPM)
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 3.  12 Open Type Flour Mill (Attachakki)
attachakki

Approx. Price: Rs 14,175 / Piece

Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
BrandMEGHA
Capacity0 to 4 ton per day
MaterialCAST IRON
Usage/ApplicationCommercial
TypeVERTICAL STONE TYPE
Model NumberMT-504
Motor Power230V
Operation ModeManual
Power Rating1-5 HP
CertificationsCE, ISI, ISO 90012000
Warranty0 - 6 months
CertificationCE, ISI, ISO
PhaseSINGLE
Motor StampingSILICON MATERIAL
Frequency50 HZ
Is It WaterproofNon Waterproof
Speed Ratio700 TO 750 RPM
Electric Motor2 HP SINGLE PHASE ISI MOTOR
After Sales ServiceNo
Is It PortableNon Portable
I deal inNew Only
Installation Services RequiredNo
ColorMULTI COLOUR
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Domestic Flour Mill

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