KC Mini-Flaker

At last, and by popular demand, a dry-roller mill that is powered by a single-phase electric motor.

The KC Mini-Flaker meets the requirements of the smaller farm, smallholding or equine establishment. With an output of 500-600kg/hour the unique configuration of helically-meshed rollers is cleverly engineered to run smoothly and quietly driven by its 1.85kW motor.

The KC Mini-Flaker is simple to operate: – Adjust the easily-variable roller pressure setting to suit the grain being processed; press the start button and open the feeder slide.

The KC Mini-Flaker is ideal for processing all cereal grains and mixtures of cereals and pulses such as peas, producing a beautifully flaked finished product.

Mini-laker Rollers
Mini-Flaker Debris Magnets

 

Flaked Barley
Flaked Barley with Peas

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