Tooth-Disc Type Mill

After steeping, the softened corn grinded in first and second grind mills to break the kernel and release germ out of corn.

In corn milling process special design tooth-disk type de-germination mills, with special alloy casting for long-life usage, are used. Discs are available for both rotation directions.

Working principle
The rotating elements are precision balanced and mounted in a massive one piece steel weldment base which maintains shaft and bearing alignment. The motor plate and the motor support are heavy duty weldments and are part of the machine base. There is no need for additional support of the motor.

The mill is designed with a quick belt change feature, with efficiency and simplified maintenance of the drive belts in mind, resulting in less downtime. Belts can be changed without moving the shaft of the machine. This maintains proper disc and shaft alignment.

All parts in contact with the process are stainless steel (316) for increased operating life. Mill plates are cast in segmental form for ease of replacement and are balanced in sets.

Plate position is adjusted by a manual controlled hand wheel.

The bearings are grease lubricated.

• Heavy construction and a rigid refiner case
• Less vibration
• Longer bearing life
• Lower maintenance cost
• The motor can be connected with different powers

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