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.
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.
Pearling decreases bran and ash content, producing virtually speck-free semolina. It removes the outermost layers of hull, separating up to 10% of the kernel. Pearling also increases food safety by reducing microbiological contamination.
In the milling section, you separate the endosperm from the hull and germ and process it into flour. After each roller mill, sifters separate the ground parts. Bran finishers and purifiers improve the separation process. This process produces different flours, bran, germ, and semolina.
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.
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