Mana Mill – Mere shows how to mill flour
Meretuahiahi demonstrates how to use the Mana mill to make fine four.
You can see close-up photos of the Mana mill and the parts of the mill.
The mill is small. It can fit on a bench near a power source. Plug in the power to 230/240 volt supply.
Place a bowl underneath to catch the flour.
The next step is to remove the top wooden cover.
It is made of natural beech.
Specifications from the manufacturer
The wood used for the milling chamber of the mill is exposed to the highest demands. At full power the mill-stone grinds the corn, using the rotation of the stone to transport the flour to the sides and the base of the milling chamber. Abraded particles from the milling chamber would then enter your flour – for this reason we reject the use of plastic materials, and only use solid, natural, untreated and above all hard wood. According to latest research beech wood is antibacterial, and it has long been known that wood is antistatic.
The Mana is a small grain-mill
* Extremely small space required * Easily grind 100 grams per minute and mill your own breakfast muesli * Choose between solid- or ply-wood designs * Solid-wood flour container * Easy one-handed operation * Extremely hard corundum-ceramic milling mechanism
Make the right choice with Mana!
Make your introduction to wholemeal cooking easy with Mana!
The mill housing comes in a choice of either solid, hard beech wood, treated with natural beeswax or in the cheaper version with crossed layers of beech ply-wood glued with joiner’s glue.
Important! Milling chamber and funnel are made of solid, hard and untreated beech wood!
* A wooden milling chamber is subject only to very small degrees of static loading so that practically no static loading is passed on to the flour * In comparison many types of man-made fibres are subject to high degrees of static loading. One well-known, visual and perceptible sign of discharge is e.g. with artificial materials the so-called electrical spark.
Extremely hard corundum-ceramic milling mechanism well-known to be both durable and self-sharpening. The special flexible positioning of the mill-stones protects against major defects caused by foreign particles in the grain. Our easy to use, robust rough and fine adjustment controls can be operated with one hand. Reliable for more than 25 years.
Skillfull technology guarantees that the mill-stones used in our mills remain in an exact parallel position to each other during the whole life-span of the mill. The degree of fineness desired can be directly adjusted – even during the milling process.
Exact co-ordination of the mill-stone with a robust 250 Watt motor with optimum energy requirements results in reduced energy consumption. The robust motor is maintenance-free, quiet and trouble-free. The integrated coil protection protects reliably against damage to the engine.
- Weight:4,5 kg
- Height/ Width / Depth:300 mm / 140 mm / 140 mm
- Funnel Capacity:0,70 kg
- Milling capacity fine:100 g/min.
- Diameter of mill-stone:75 mm
- Outer surface of housing: Natural
- Number of revolution when milling: 1300 U/min.
- Noise level:ca. 70 dB
- Wattage:250 Watt
- Voltage:230 Volt / 50 Hz
More large photos of the Mana grain mill
Switch on your mill. You now can pour in your wheat to be milled into fresh flour.
Meretuahiahi demonstrates how to fill the Mana mill with grain.
These pictures show how to use the mill.
The mill has a fineness control on the side.
You will use this later.
Place a bowl under the flour chute.
The flour pours out the chute into your bowl.
Meretuahiahi pours in the grain.
In this case it is hard New Zealand wheat from Chantal.
Put the bowl in place before switching on your mill.
You can fill the top hopper completely full it you wish.
Replace the lid to reduce the sound of the mill.
You don’t need to check when you think you may need to add more grain.
When it runs out the mill almost goes silent so you will know when to refill the hopper.
Adjust the fineness knob to the setting you prefer. Try different setting for less fine flour. When you have finished, remove the top half and simply brush clean.