Why three rollers? The MM-3 crushes all your grain twice, with one pass through the mill. It starts with a preliminary crush through the initial fixed gap between the top two rollers, and then ends with a pass through the second gap between the drive roller, and the bottom third roller. The initial pass slightly flattens the grain, and gets it ready for the next crush, that breaks apart the grains and loosens the starch with minimal husk damage.
Includes roller assembly, base, and steel hopper with 11 lb. capacity - just add a corded electric drill or a 3/8" crank handle for the ultimate pre-mash gristing experience.
6061 aluminum block frame with three 6" long x 1.5" dia. knurled steel rollers riding on SAE 841 oil- impregnated bronze bushings
.060"fixed primary gap, 0-0.065" fully-adjustable secondary gap
dual eccentric gap spacing adjusters, built from stainless steel to prevent galling
3/8" integral drive shaft w/3 flats for drill driving, 2" long outside frame
3/8" integral axles
average throughput 8 lbs/min.
heavy duty galvanized steel
9" overall height
11.5" x 12.75" at the top
11 lb. capacity
approx. 12 x 12" to fit over standard 5 or 6 gallon buckets
radiused top edges and corners
hand-routed grist window
*Does not include pictured crank. Just add a corded electric drill or a 3/8" crank handle for the ultimate pre-mash gristing experience.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
This is the second mill I’ve owned and by far the best made. This has massive grain crushing power.
This mill works great takes a little tweaking to break in but really is a top quality machine what used to take hours takes a few minutes only small complaint is that if u buy the hopper it covers the thumbscrews to adjust the mill so u need to take it off whenever u want to make adjustments
This is sure a fine Mill. Very easy to adjust and it does its job. Only cons is that some times there is a grain so hard that you need to roll in the oposite direction in order to start crushing the grains. But this I saw happening in every single Mill I?��ve seen so far. It is just a matter of the grains propper fitting into the rollers.