|Flour fine||200 g/min|
|Hopper cap.||1300 g|
|Gr. Diameter||90 mm|
|Engine power||600 W|
|Grinding time||"Non stop milling"|
|Shelter height||- mm|
|H / W / D||380 / 208 / 242 mm|
Natural acrylic stone™
|Warranty||2 / 12 Years*|
* 2 years commercial, 12 years private
Fresh wholemeal flour at any time non-stop with the powerful flour mill Mockmill PRO 200: Simply operation, easy to clean, stepless adjustment of the grinding degree by turning the hopper from very fine to coarse
About Wolfgang Mock and his Cereal Mills in the video:
The whole story about the passionate mill designer Wolfgang Mock - This article with many pictures was originally published in the Summer 2016 issue of Bread Magazine.
A 600 watt industrial motor with 1300 rpm grinds 200 grams of finest wholemeal flour per minute with the large (Ø90mm), surface-optimised grindstones. The continuous runner also grinds larger than usual quantities for private households without switching off. As you can see from the two pictures from the mill test, in addition to common grains such as wheat, barley, rye, spelt, etc., hard, larger seeds such as chickpeas and maize can also be finely ground, even on the first pass. You can see what all can be ground at which setting in the Grinding degree table.
Optimum size, finish and profiling of the grindstones are crucial for flour fineness. With his experience from more than 30 years of mill construction, the passionate mill builder Wolfgang Mock was able to optimise the essential properties of his new grain mills Mockmill and Mockmill PRO even further to achieve even better milling results. Due to its extreme hardness and porosity (self-sharpening), the corundum ceramic grindstone, which has been tried and tested over decades, offers optimal properties for outstanding grinding results.
The setting is infinitely variable by turning the hopper. A scale from 1-20 with intermediate steps ensures precise orientation and reproducibility of the setting for flour fineness.
Setting of the flour fineness with the Mockmill Professional can be reproduced with pinpoint accuracy
The Gr. Chamber can be opened for cleaning very easily and without the use of tools. Simply turn the hopper counterclockwise in the direction of the coarse until the hopper can be lifted off.
The design of the Mill body fits perfectly into the modern kitchen: simple, puristic design in which the two basic shapes of circle and square are combined in a well-proportioned way. The simple grain of the light, friendly birch wood corresponds exactly to the simple shape of the Mill body.
Not a grain mill for the pantry
Mockmill Professional wants to be seen. Designed according to the rules of the epitome of timeless beauty, the golden ratio, it radiates harmony and perfection. Even the shape of the hopper is no coincidence. The upper bevel aims precisely at the outer edge of the top of the body (anthracite-coloured cover with adjustment scale), while the lower bevel is aligned precisely with the centre of the golden section above the flour ejector..
The multiple gluing of sections of solid beech guarantees the best stability and tear resistance of the turned hopper and the back wall. Under normal climatic conditions such as those found in a household, these components will not crack or warp.
No question with Wolfgang Mock. He oils his mills so that the exquisite wood can be shown to its best advantage with a silky-matt shimmer. Moreover, naturally oiled wooden surfaces have an antistatic effect, which means they do not attract dust as is the case with lacquered furniture.
Mill tests passed with flying colours:
Test: Spelt ground at the finest level with the Mockmill Professional 100 grain mill
Test: Fine chickpea flour during the first grinding on level 2 with the Mockmill Professional 100