Intake and pre-cleaning


The foundation of good milling

Pre-cleaning is key for an efficient and safe milling process. 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.  




Preparation is half the job

Use the cleaning section to remove impurities, defective material and contaminants, including fungus. We offer both mechanical and optical sorting machines. 




Bringing out the best

Hulling removes the indigestible husk from the kernel. The groats are then separated so that only top-quality groats enter the kiln.



Improving taste and shelf life

Hydrothermal treatment of the oats in a kiln increases shelf life, reduces total germ count and produces the typical nutty taste.


Cutting and flaking


Getting in shape

Complete oat kernels or cut groats are then steamed ready for flaking. In the flaking mill, starch gelatinization increases the nutritional properties of the oats. Flaking also helps to produce a good-looking end product.


Bagging and load out


Where precision counts

The finished products are either bagged or loaded in bulk. It is important to handle the flakes gently. Precise dosing and weighing are also key. We offer a wide range of manual and fully automated loading and bagging systems.


Oat flakes

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