Salzburg Grain Mills

Which types of grain can be processed?

The quantities of flour specified here refer to β€œfine bread” milled flour from cereals such as wheat, rye, spelt, etc.

The amount of flour per minute is reduced depending on the fineness. Please also note that the amount of flour to be ground may be reduced when grinding hard types of grain.

CerealMT 12MT 18MH 4MH 8
Wheat🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Yellow flour wheat🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Durum wheat 1🟠🟠🟠🟠🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Hard red winter wheat1🟠🟠🟠🟠❌❌
Buckwheat🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Spelt🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Rye🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Littlespelt🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Barley🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Naked Barley🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
OatsGrit for muesliGrit for muesli❌❌
Millet🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Brown millet🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Rice🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒
Kamut1🟠🟠🟠🟠❌❌
Corn 2🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Winteremmer🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Soy🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑❌
Quinoa🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Lenses🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Chickpeas🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Peas🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟒🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑🟑
Sesame❌❌❌❌

LEGEND:

🟒🟒🟒🟒 very good
🟑🟑🟑 good
🟠🟠 in small quantities
πŸ”΄ not recommended
❌ You are damaging the mill

1 These cereals are extremely hard.
A great deal of heat is generated during grinding, resulting in condensation. Therefore, grind only in very small quantities (depending on the type of mill).

Reach into the flour – if it is too hot, switch off the grinder and ventilate the grinding chamber after grinding.
Depending on the fineness, you can grind appr. 2000lbs within one run.

For more information see operating instructions.

2Β Corn:
There are many different types of corn. The corn commonly used in Austria and Germany is no problem for the labeled mills. But especially in Italy there are very old, particularly oily and hard varieties, some of which we know cannot be ground. Unfortunately, we cannot test and list all types of maize.