The first thing you’ll notice about the Mockmill 100 and 200 grain mills is the minimalist design. The modernist design gives the compact grain mills a striking and bold aesthetic. Form follows function and the large funnel (or hopper) sits aloft a cylindrical body with a carefully positioned chute.
The only difference in character between the two mills is the logo marker.
The casing is constructed from renewable bio-plastic (98% vegetable content).
Access can be gained to the inside with ease. There’s no need for tools and a few twists, turns and presses will reveal the milling chamber.
The Milling Chamber
A chamber lid can be twisted off completely. This cap, when tightened, constricts the grinding area. When turned tight, it presses the stones below it together more closely.
The grinding stone (or stator stone) sits at the top of the chamber, cushioned by two springs. The rotor stone, connected to the motor, is held just below this. When the mill is turned on, this rotor stone turns.
How does it work?
Grains, seeds, and spices pass between the two stones. The adjustable control changes the space between the stones, which in turn effects how course or fine the output is. The stones break down whatever passes through them to create flour, ground seeds or other ground by-products.
We love the versatility of the Mockmill. It can be used to grind grain, seeds, herbs, and coffee.
The minimal design is fresh, concentrated on function and yet inoffensive.