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Flaking Mill

Flaking Mill – Simply more for your success.

- More Uptime: Easier cleaning, maintenance, and operation for minimizing downtimes.
- More efficient: Large rolls and automatic roll gap adjustment for maximum throughput.
- More possibilities: Different machine sizes and equipment options for individual needs.

Flaking Mill for breaking cereals BCFB

The new flaker produces extruded and cooked flakes of corn (maize), wheat, oats, multigrains and it is available in two design versions with roll lengths of 800 or 1.250mm. Thus is setting new standards in terms of product quality, throughput capacity, hygiene, and ease of maintenance. Maximum uptime
The wide-opening housing doors with large inspection windows and swing-up front covers offer fast access to all machine components. This not only simplifies cleaning of the machine, but also speeds up maintenance. Roll changes are also much faster now thanks to easy access to both rolls from one side and the absence of fastening screws on the roll support.

Consistent product quality at top throughput capacities
The flaker’s large rolls allow top throughput capacities to be achieved. Consistent flake thickness is obtained due to its extremely rugged roll pressing system, integrated roll cooling system, and automatic roll gap adjustment system. The roll gap can be readjusted within a matter of seconds by automatic engagement and disengagement of the rolls if it deviates from the target value. In addition, roll clamping force can be automatically set in case of roll temperature variations.

Modern & hygienic machine design
The flaker with Alu-Dibond® paneling, rounded corners, minimized horizontal surfaces, and a reduced number of spare parts. These features improve food safety and reduce wear and spare parts costs.

Top quality and flexibility
The new flaker design is extremely stable, perceptibly reducing noise emissions and vibrations. The high quality rolls and scraper knives contribute significantly to maintaining excellent product quality, throughput capacity, and hygiene.

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