Salzburg grain mills – test winner!

Grain mill testers should compare apples with apples!

Salzburg grain mills - test winner!If you are looking for the best grain mill for you, you may want to take a look at the test reports available on the Internet. You will notice that you will hardly find our grain mills among the comparison reports and usually no other useful information for you.

We ask ourselves:

  • What value do you place on grain mill tests, mill comparisons, reviews and other paid or unpaid information?
  • What criteria are used to test grain mills?
  • Who pays for the research and publications?

Serious testers compare apples with apples – but this is about comparison:

  • Mill with natural stone, granite and wooden grinding chamber and
  • Mill with artificial stone (corundum ceramic) and grinding chamber made of plastic.
  • What does a serious comparison look like?

You can compare prices – but prices should be compared in relation to quality and value.

  • Which tester compares the flour of a natural stone mill with the flour of an artificial stone?
  • Have you ever tried a difficult cake recipe with the two different flours?
  • Which tester measured the same amount of flour (from an artificial and a natural stone mill), sieved it and put it in a glass container? And seen which flour (sieved through the same sieve) has more volume?
  • Which test compared the lifespan of the stones?
  • How does an artificial stone and a natural stone react to hard foreign bodies (pebbles) in the flour?
  • Who has studied the electrostatic charging of flour?
  • How do you rate a wooden grinding chamber and a plastic one?
  • What effect does electrostatic charging of the flour have on dust formation and baking behavior?
  • Is the origin and quality of an engine assessed?
  • What value is given to a coarse-fine adjustment made of stainless steel as opposed to an adjustment made of plastic?

These are many questions for which we hardly get any answers in test reports.

The comparison between natural materials and plastics is sparse. Perhaps the reason for this is not a lack of interest, but a lack of naturally built mills?

We read tests on grain mills and often could only shake our heads at the information we received.

For example, one tester told us that grain should be washed thoroughly before grinding. Moist grain is almost the worst thing for a grain mill, as every housewife knows today and a tester should know too.

Today, we defend ourselves against false reports by making statements that disprove the nonsense of some reports. How could we regrind millstones free of charge under the 12-year warranty if they are as smooth as river pebbles within a few years?

No competitor offers free regrinding within this time as a free service.

Do you really think we would offer this service if we had to expect every mill to come back to us within a few years? We can be so generous because we know that most mills only come to us for stone grinding after around 25 – 30 years.

A Salzburg grain mill as the test winner? We don’t have to be test winners to know that our grinders are, simply put, GOOD.

If you have taken the trouble to read this article, then you are a buyer who is not guided by banal advertising claims, but by your own intellect.

We would be delighted if you chose a natural stone mill in Salzburg.