From helping the top breakfast cereal producers keep their flaking mills churning out everyone’s favorite flaked cereals to assisting crush mills create more product from less raw material, PRG’s grinding experts have an extensive understanding of what manufacturers in the flaking and crush mill industry require.
For flaking mills and crush mills, true roll grinding — which is what we specialize in — is better than in-place roll grinding. In-place (block) grinding is done in bearings on the mill, which does not produce rolls that meet specification. If something is off on one side or anywhere on the roll, the roll can’t possibly attain proper shape, roundness and TIR.
The result … rolls that meet or exceed OEM specifications — and deliver significant efficiencies and savings:
Which results in all these benefits
PRG offers emergency service, as well as fabrication and grinding services for spare or new replacement rolls.
Which means your flakes are likely to be out of spec as well. And according to a study published by the American Oil Chemist Society*, flakes that fall outside of the 0.010”-0.015” desired thickness will not release all of their oil. This discarded oil represents between $7-16 million in lost revenue every year. Click here to download our one-sheet.Download Whitepaper
If you have any of the following issues or questions about your refiner, give us a call.
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Common Flaking Mill Issues
Common Crush Mill Issues