1.We will pack wheat meal mill by the protect film inner, water-repellent plastic outside.
2.The wood packing is necessary If send by less than a container.
3.The wheat meal mill machine will fixed by steel rope in the container.
Make sure it is in good condition when arrived destination.
wheat flour mill machine
There are mainly three steps of flour mill processing:
The machines of cleaning; includingprecleaner, high efficiency vibrating sifter, gravity classify destoner, magnetic separator, horizontal scourer,plane revolving sifter,washer,dampener,dampering bin ,clean wheat binand aspirating channel.
In order to remove large,small,light,heavy,stone and metal impurities in raw material.
In order to mill wheat into flour and separate flour from bran.
Mill: mill the wheat to break the integrity by the roller moving
Sifter: to separate the flour and bran,also separate large size and small size to ensure flour quality.
Including Manual Packing Spout, Manual Packing Machine, weighing equipment, auto weighing packing scale (1-5kg, 5-25kg, 25-50kg), all these can be designed according to requirement.
1.Do I want a manual or an electric grain mill? Manual grain mills require a good deal of time and endurance to operate, and these excel at coarse flour. Electric mills require power and are best for very-fine flour, like that used for pastry. One of our electric mills can even be used manually in the absence of power.
2.What will I be using my flour mill for? The grind consistencies vary between models and types of flour mills. Consider whether the grain produced will be fine or coarse enough for the application at hand.
3.Is a flour mill that produces excessive noise going to be an issue for me, my family, or my neighbors? Some flour mills can be very loud. Eectric impact-chamber types are necessarily loud due to the mechanics involved, though some units handle this better than others.
4.Will flour dust from my grain mill be an issue? Small children and people with asthma may be adversely affected by grain dust in the air. Manuals tend to produce less ambient dust than electrics.