Rupali Flour Mill- E-Class 7-12 Kg/Hr 2Hp Stainless Steel
|Brand: Pragati Engineers|
Established in the year 1992,We, "PRAGATI ENGINEERS-RUPALI BRAND" are efficient manufacturer and supplier of food Processing Machinery. This product line is well reckoned for varied traits like robust construction,dimensional accurancy, intricate designing, cost effective prices.our compny have an ISO 9001:2015 certified.
Pragati Engineers hires professionals, who manufacturer a product line in compliance with customized demands and requirements of our client base. Pragati Engineers are at per in comparisons with our counterparts in this domain, due to efficient structure. Pragati Engineers are equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure,which includes manufacturing unit and warehousing unit. Pragati Engineers manufacturing unit is equipped with sophisticated tools and latest technology. Pragati Engineers has sound warehousing facility, which is capable of storing and retrieving finished line in a most systematic manner. Our R&D unit is capable of including new changes in the existing product line at earliest.
A flour mill machine is a mechanical device used to process grains, such as wheat, rice, maize, or other cereals, into fine flour or powder. This essential piece of equipment is commonly found in both small-scale and industrial settings, including bakeries and food production facilities. A typical flour mill machine consists of a grinding mechanism that crushes the grains into a powder, removing the bran and germ to produce refined, white flour. The machine may vary in size and complexity, from small tabletop mills to large, automated industrial units. Flour mill machines play a crucial role in providing the foundational ingredient for a wide range of food products, including bread, pasta, and pastries.
|Dimensions (L x W x H) in inches||18 x 13 x 31|
A flour mill machine, also known as a flour mill or flour milling machine, is a mechanical device used to grind grains, such as wheat, corn, rice, and other cereals, into flour. Flour mills have been in use for centuries and have evolved from simple hand-operated devices to sophisticated, automated machines.