|Flour fine||120 g/min|
|Hopper cap.||800 g|
|Gr. Diameter||90 mm|
|Engine power||400 W|
|Shelter height||110 mm|
|H / W / D||320 / 190 / 190 mm|
|Wood species||Pine or Larch|
|Ø 90 mm|
|Fu 1300 g|
|Ø 100 mm|
|Fu 1100 g|
|Ø 90 mm|
|Fu 800 g|
The new mill from Waldner (2017)
The name "Mona" probably stands for Monalisa in this modern grain mill. It not only grinds grain into "beautiful" wholemeal flour, it is also beautiful to look at in its well-proportioned, simple shape.
Like its more rustic rival, the petite Mona "Lady" is well-equipped with a 400-watt industrial motor and grinds grain into fine flour as quickly as it does smoothly, even edible corn (no popcorn corn!).
The Mona is available in two types of wood. You can freely choose between the more lively pinewood (with knots and colour differences light-dark - Picture 2) and the slightly darker, more uniform larch (without knots - Picture 1).
The fineness of the flour can be infinitely adjusted by turning the hopper.
The Waldner child safety lock, which prevents the grain mill from starting unintentionally when the grinding chamber is open, is obligatory.