Intake and cleaning


The foundation of good milling

Grain contains impurities and foreign materials. These are removed in the cleaning section of a mill, using mechanical and optical sorting machines. This process removes infected material, fungal contaminations and other impurities.




Separating the endosperm

Degermination separates bran, germ and endosperm for flaking and milling. Our grain cleaners gently process the corn, neatly separating the germ, epidermis and endosperm with minimal fines.




Steaming and flaking

The product is fed into a steamer, where it is hydrothermically treated to produce steamed grits. These are then processed in a flaking mill to produce even flakes.


Drying and milling


Get the most from your grain

The flakes are dried to the moisture content required. They are then ground by roller mills. Afterwards, sifting separates the coarse and floury particles of corn.


Bagging and load out


Precision and reliability

The finished products are either bagged or loaded in bulk. Here it is important to keep dust to a minimum. Precise dosing and weighing are also key. We offer a wide range of manual and fully automated loading and bagging systems.


Arepa flour

  • Web based operating system

  • Use on your phone, tablet or computer 

  • Graphical interface 

  • Configurable dashboards

  • IoT connectivity

  • Integrates sales data with data on raw materials, energy use, storage and shipping


  • Web-based operating sytem
  • Intuitive user experience
  • Simple and easy-to-use process control system