Grain Mill with 11lb Hopper and 3 Rollers

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The Kegco KM11GM-3R Grain Mill is perfect for large batches and high efficiency milling. With three rollers, all your grain will be crushed twice in one cycle. The initial crush is through the fixed gap between the top two rollers, and then the grain passes through the second gap between the drive roller and the adjustable bottom third roller. The initial pass slightly flattens the grain, getting it ready for the next crush that breaks apart the grains and loosens the starch with minimal husk damage

The aluminum hopper can hold up to 11 lbs of grains and the roller body features an alloy block frame that houses three steel rollers on stainless steel ball bearings. The drive shaft and all axles are integral to the roller, which makes clockwise or counter-clockwise drive possible. A hand crank is included, but the mill can be easily motorized with a corded electric drill. You don't need any additional attachments, just stick the drill on and go. Stainless knurled knobs allow a gap spacing adjustment range of .070". Adjusting is simple - just loosen the adjustment screws, adjust the gap and tighten the adjustment screws. You will need to supply or build a base to set the mill over a grain bin or 5 gallon bucket.

  • 6" long adjustable gap
  • Fully adjustable mill
  • 0.060 fixed primary gap, 0-0.065 fully-adjustable secondary gap
  • Dual eccentric adjusters built from stainless steel for no galling
  • 8 lbs / minute is average throughput
  • 6" x 1.5" diameter steel rollers
  • Crankshaft can be turned clockwise or counterclockwise
  • Durable alloy frame
  • Stainless steel ball bearings
UPC: 700697198881
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Grain Mill with 11lb Hopper and 3 Rollers Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
(based on 11 reviews) 
Great unit
by:MJC (04-09-2018)
Bootjack, Ca
Comments:I put 12 lbs of grain thru this in 1.5 minutes and I was going slow. The grind was perfect and I hit my brewing numbers. My wife said "brewing won't be as fun anymore, as I am not cussing my old grinder".

Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
Good Oat Crimper
by:Scott (03-14-2018)
Dallas, TX
Comments:Bought this to process raw oats for horse feed. So far so good. We attached a 10a high torque drill and it makes short work of several pounds of oats.

Just one negative: The adjustment of the third roller can “cam” either way, and is indexed the same each way. However, there was no explanation provided as to this two-way adjustment feature. Experimenting with it gives widely varied results, and we would have benefited from a short paragraph on this feature.

Got it dialed in easily though with a little trial and error.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
Quality Mill at a Great Price
by:ThatMartyGuy (12-06-2017)
Gulf Coast, Mississippi
Comments:Great mill that is easy to adjust and appears to be very durable. Extremely happy with this mill and would surely buy it again.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
Great mill, explanatory vid totally off
by:Paul (11-29-2017)
Madison, WI
Comments:Just want to say this is a beautiful mill. Performs brilliantly and gives a great grist. The video is way off in giving a dimension of 5.5" x 3.25" as cutout. The bottom of the mill is 7" inclusive of the mounting holes; the interior, "hole" length is 6". Width (outside) is 3 11/16", interior is 3 5/8".
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
Munches everything
by:tehmobius (09-05-2017)
San Diego, CA
Comments:In case anyone is wondering, the bolts for the base are 6mm and the crank diameter is 12mm. Much easier to adjust on the fly than other mills I've used, and does a nice crush. I would suggest at minimum an 1/8HP motor due to the wide rollers. My 1/15HP gearmotor is struggling at 150rpm.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
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