|Flour fine||max. 50 g/min|
|Grinding coarse||max. 100 g/min|
|Hopper cap.||350 g|
|Gr. Diameter||70 mm Cone|
|H/W/D without crank||320 / 240 / 180 mm|
|Crank radius||150 mm|
Proven grinding mechanism with high performance
Kornkraft knows from years of experience in hand mill construction what is important: as much flour as possible with as little effort as possible. Of course, the new Mia Mola also meets these requirements perfectly. Kornkraft uses conical grindstones because of the larger grinding surface than with disc mills. This provides more throughput, which is especially important when grinding with muscle power. The ball-bearing mounted stone axle makes turning the crank even easier.
Ground and grinding capacity
All types of grain such as wheat, rye, barley, oats, kamut, buckwheat (no maize and no nuts) can be ground. Seeds containing oil (e.g. linseed or sesame) are mixed with grain and ground on a fine setting These cannot be ground pure with the hand mill, even with a coarse setting. At 80 rpm, the Mia Mola manages approx. 100 grams of grain per minute at the coarse setting and approx. 50 g at the fine setting.
Shape and material
It is simple but interesting and lovely with its radial segments instead of straight edges. The lightly textured beech wood from local forests gets its silky sheen from the natural Auro beeswax balsam. The grindstones are made of Naxos basalt in magnesite bond. So you automatically get the vital mineral magnesium in traces.
The hand mill grinds maintenance-free when used properly. It cleans itself through the grinding process. As with all electric and manually operated grain mills, if the ground material is too moist or too oily, the grindstones may become clogged and obstruct the ejection. So if no more flour is ejected, immediately set to very coarse and continue grinding slowly. However, if the grindstones need to be cleaned, this is no problem with Mia Mola. It can be opened very easily by holding the lower grindstone and turning the crank to the left.
Other special features
With two steel table clamps, the Mia Mola stands firmly and securely on the table for wobble-free grinding. The glass collecting bowl is large enough to prevent flour from falling off. The size Chamber can be opened with two handles without tools.
Three hand grain mills in direct comparison in the video