Intake and pre-cleaning


The foundation of good milling

Pre-cleaning is a key process for efficient milling. Grain contains impurities and foreign materials. If you remove these before storage, you can extend the service life of your machinery and provide hygienic storage conditions for your grain. 


Cleaning and conditioning


Preparation is half the job

The first cleaning section removes contaminants such as seeds, stones, or metals. The grain is then conditioned and stored in tempering bins to reach the right moisture content. The second cleaning section removes kernel surface impurities and harmful substances, such as mycotoxins.




The high compression PesaMill

Our PesaMill has an adjustable grinding gap to control flour properties such as starch damage and water absorption. Roller mills then even out the flour particles. Plansifters and the AirEco sifter sift and separate bran particles from semolina.




The final section

We offer a wide range of manual and fully automated loading and bagging systems.