The Lino Mill Design
Soft wooden tones curve around the body and help form the minimalist style mill. An oversized funnel (or hopper) stands proudly aloft, inviting whatever you’d like to mill.
The rounded chute gives the mill a fun and friendly character. We think the design is encouraging to any type of home miller.
How does the mill work?
Coarse grain, dried herbs, or other dried goods are placed into the mill hopper. These pass through the top ceramic stone. A second stone (a rotary stone) sits below. The rotary stone, connected to the motor, turns to press the contents between the stones. The space between the two mills can be adjusted to effect how course or fine the output is. The grinded contents is deposited out of the funnel.
What can the Lino mill?
The Lino mills are suitable for wheat, rye and spelt grains. Additionally, the mills can also be used with dry pulses, chickpeas, quinoa, cereals (corn, rice, millet), spices and coffee.
Why buy the Lino Mockmill?
You can unlock fresh flour from grains when you want. What’s more, you can easily grind a large number of other dried goods with the press of a button.
Access to the inside is made simple and easy.
Wolfgang Mock is a German grain mill producer with years of experience in the field.