|Flour fine||max. 60 g/min|
|Grinding coarse||max. 110 g/min|
|Hopper cap.||450 g|
|Gr. Diameter||Cone 70 mm|
|H/W/D without crank||225 / 235 / 235 mm|
|Crank radius||205 mm|
Toscana is the "turbo" among hand-operated mills and proves that solid craftsmanship, ecological standards, sophisticated technology and the joy of enjoyment can all be reconciled.
Woods from domestic forestry give the mill its body, and only nature gets on its skin, too. The natural organic wax balm gives the finish a satin shimmer.
There you are flexible
Mill flour for bread and cakes at the finest setting. Turning the hand crank to the left makes better use of muscle power. Coarse setting turns oats into coarse oat groats, which can be used like oat flakes for fresh muesli. For grinding, clamp the mill comfortably between your knees or clamp Toscana firmly to the table with the steel clamps provided. The scratch protection under the base ensures that your kitchen will still look like new tomorrow.
It's tough enough
Kornkraft grain mills can confidently show off their inner values: The grinding mechanism made of natural materials Naxos basalt in magnesite bond grinds evenly and reliably and is self-sharpening.
Ground and grinding performance
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 ground together with cereals on a fine settingThese cannot be ground pure with the hand mill, even on a coarse setting. At 80 rpm, the Farina can grind up to 110 grams of grain per minute on the coarse setting and about 40 g on the fine setting.
Three hand grain mills in direct comparison in the video