Commercial mill MT 18 – Beech

The grinder for commercial use

  • Stainless steel thread
  • 900 watt special industrial motor
  • Granite grinding stones and wooden grinding chamber


Includes 20% MwSt.
Delivery Time: not specified

The grinder for commercial use

Salzburg industrial mill MT 18 Beech

Commercial mill MT 18 - BeechA grinding chamber made of wood – a stainless steel thread – natural stones and a German motor with 900 watts
these are the most important features of the grinder.

The MT 18 has proven itself for over 40 years, in use in

  • Restaurants, canteens
  • Schools,
  • Farm stores,
  • Health food shops, small bakeries etc.

The concept of the mill is logical and simple: quality proves itself!
It is ideal for larger quantities of fresh flour that need to be available quickly.

Grinding with natural granite stones convinces the chef and master baker with fluffy, powdery flour that is a joy to bake with

Foreign bodies, such as stones, which could be in your grain can have unpleasant consequences, especially when using flour in commercial operations. Granite stones easily crush small stones and thus protect the teeth of guests and customers. There will be no complaints about stone grit in bakeries.

Do you need to make healthy muesli for the breakfast buffet? This is child’s play for the powerful grinder and is delivered in large quantities in just a few minutes.

The hopper made of solid beech wood, the stainless steel thread for adjusting the fineness of the flour, the natural granite stones and the grinding chamber made of hard, local beech wood and much more. are the striking features of this mill.

The grinding chamber

Commercial mill MT 18 - Beech

Two components give the grain mill its strength and durability:

  1. The stainless steel thread for maximum precision
  2. and the grinding chamberinside is made of untreated wood.

1. the stainless steel thread (also outer stainless steel chamber)

For decades, a steel thread was used to adjust the fineness of the flour. This high-quality and robust adjustment system became famous for its precise grindstone guidance and is still highly valued by technicians and mill connoisseurs today. Today, modern CNC systems manufacture the thread from the highest quality stainless steel alloy available.

2. the inner grinding chamber made of wood:

As a logical consequence, the inner grinding chamber is made of wood and the stainless steel flour outlet is carefully clad with wood on the inside. The wooden inner chamber ensures that the flour retains its valuable ingredients unchanged. All internal wooden parts remain free of any lacquer substances and solvents.

The freshly ground flour only comes into contact with hard, untreated beech wood, apart from the grinding stone and the stone carrier. For decades, beech wood has proven to be the best choice for this part of the mill, which is subject to heavy use.

Natural wood instead of artificial plastic! Ever since we started building mills, we have always opted for high-quality, natural materials.
Today, science is also taking a step back and confirming the advantages of natural, hard wood over plastics. This is because, unlike most plastics, wood is known to be antistatic and antibacterial.

The 900 watt special industrial motor
is manufactured in Germany, is completely maintenance-free and protected against overloading.
The motor and grinding stones are precisely matched to each other.

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The heart of the grain mill is the millstone.

Based on experience and full conviction, we decided in 2016 to manufacture mills exclusively with granite grinding stones extracted from nature under the name Salzburger Getreidemühlen. The decisive factor for this decision was the convincing features:
  • Extreme longevity: Our granite grindstones often provide excellent service for 30 to 40 years with the factory cut and can be reground by us for a second, equally long life. You can no longer make higher demands on the durability of a product.
  • Almost unbreakable: We are not aware of any breakage of the grindstone or parts breaking off. Our granite millstones can even withstand the grinding of small stones that may be present in the grain, thus protecting your teeth. We are therefore happy to provide a lifetime guarantee* on our natural stones (*see guarantee conditions)
  • Granite is perfect by nature: without any artificial binders or additives, granite stone is a pure and natural material with ideal properties for grinding grain. Environmentally friendly and sustainable, granite is the only right choice for us.
The flour of natural stones can hardly be described in words… Airy, powdery, velvety, soft. These words are not enough. You have to feel the flour between your fingertips. Flour that you buy pre-packaged in the store is divided into types and produced using standardized processes. Grind your own flour with an original Salzburg grain mill and experience the differences and special characteristics of the flour in the bowl that collects your flour under the spout. How it piles up into flour cones and slides off, how it can be shaken or later behaves during kneading, unfolds during baking and ultimately reveals itself in its outstanding taste. The words of experienced bakers count for more than industry standards.
That’s the only way to make it – with the flour from my Salzburg wife”, a farmer’s wife from Upper Austria told us at an exhibition, who always bakes a very special cake for her small community for the harvest festival. And you could literally see the pride in her eyes.

From granite block to millstone:

Our granite stones, each pair individually, are carefully and patiently matched and worked with manual skill. The production of our millstones begins with a millstone blank, which is given the basic shape of the grinding surfaces and perfect concentricity. This is followed by several uncompromising optimization steps in which perfection is worked out through grinding tests, renewed expansion and regrinding in order to achieve the desired fineness of the flour and grinding performance. It is a matter of experience and something very individual which shape the expert gives the stone until hard and bulky grains such as rice or chickpeas are ground just as finely as rye and wheat. It’s almost like building a musical instrument, where several paths usually lead to an outstanding result. Now you understand the effort required to transform the granite blocks extracted from the quarry into small, round, perfectly balanced millstones. And how simple it is to industrially produce artificial grinding stones made of corundum ceramic, pressed into shape using a chemical binder, in a high-temperature furnace.

Each pair of stones is unique!

Our search for the right granite for our mills began over 40 years ago. Even in our early days, in the pioneering days of the 1970s, we set out in search of “the stone”. We searched for years in Austria, Germany and throughout Europe and examined the advantages and disadvantages of the various natural stones in order to find the most suitable granite for the Salzburg MT series. The blocks are still quarried in the same area in Europe today, but our knowledge of the value of these stones is much greater. More than ever, we appreciate the properties such as hardness, self-sharpening and durability and, above all, the quality of the flour that can be produced with granite stones. We, Salzburg millwrights, can also proudly claim to be the only ones in Europe with over 40 years of experience with granite grinding stones for electric household mills.

Why domestic wood instead of plastic?

Grain mill Carina hopperWood is part of human history and is a living, organic material. Real wood is nature and fulfills the desire for authenticity in an artificial world. Anyone who owns a natural wood kitchen will appreciate the benefits of wood. Food stays fresh for longer in the solid wood cabinet, bread does not start to go moldy, etc. The latest studies have even shown that the natural substance has bacteria-inhibiting properties. Germs cannot grow on natural wood surfaces. Due to its cellular nature, with an almost unimaginably large surface area, wood has a strong hygroscopic effect. The resulting dehydration creates a hostile atmosphere for bacteria and leads to their death. The topic of “Wood & Hygiene” has been a focus of research at the Institute of Wood Research at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna for several years now. Further sources on the subject of WOOD AND HYGIENE: Antibacterial effect of wood proven Dr. Alexandra Makulla Press Office Federal Biological Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry Wood confirmed as an effective bacteria killer in scientific study – Specialist knowledge – Wood & Hygiene

Our stainless steel thread and the symbiosis with the millstones of the MT 5 ED, MT 12 and MT 18 grain mills

Commercial mill MT 18 - Beech

  • Together with the grinding stones, the stainless steel thread is the most important part of the mill
  • Guaranteed finest flour for decades
  • Guarantees no change in flour fineness during grinding

Over 40 years ago, Ing. Johann Thurner set himself the ambitious goal of developing the best possible adjustment system for his mills.
Since then, a precise steel thread, with the massive diameter of the mill housing, adjusts the distance between the two grinding stones.
A system that still produces the finest flour in many mills around the world, even after decades.

Today, modern CNC systems manufacture the thread with the highest precision, no longer from steel but from the highest quality stainless steel alloy available.
The weight of the thread of the MT 12 grinder is approx. 3.5 kg with a diameter of 16.5 cm.
A Salzburg grain mill owes its stability and robustness in perfectly aligning the two grinding stones to each other to this solid component.

This guarantees the finest flour for decades and no change in flour fineness during milling

The symbiosis of the adjustment with the grindstones
Each adjustment system adjusts the distance between the lower and upper grindstone. The stones always grind fine or coarse flour in direct interaction with the adjustment – as required.

It is therefore not only the stones that are important for the fineness of your flour, but also the adjustment system.

Regardless of whether you turn an adjusting wheel or a funnel or operate a slider, you always change the distance between the stones.

If an adjustment system does not work precisely, then the millstones are not exactly flat (i.e. they are not exactly parallel to each other). Then the stones cannot grind the finest flour and the coarse portion of the flour is greatly increased.

But how often do you hear: My grinder is only 10 years old (the problem can occur sooner or later) and no longer grinds finely! In this case, the adjustment system is usually to blame and not the grindstones, as is often assumed.

The stainless steel thread guarantees that the set degree of fineness does not change during grinding.

For a layman, it may be difficult to estimate the value of the stainless steel thread. But technicians, metalworkers, etc. know about the material costs, the manufacturing costs, the requirements for accuracy, etc.

Our stainless steel threads have been working with millimeter precision for decades, not only when grinding your favorite grains such as wheat, rye or spelt, but also hard and large grains such as corn, chickpeas or beans.

A stainless steel thread is uncompromising quality from the first to the last minute of grinding – for decades!

Warranty conditions:

2-year guarantee on all commercial grinders

Warranty conditions for electric industrial grinders (MT 18 industrial grinder and MT 18-D)

The guarantee applies from the date of purchase for all verifiable material and processing defects and is based on our choice of replacement, repair or reimbursement of the purchase price.

Fragile parts are excluded from the guarantee. Wood is a living material and small cracks can occur in the wooden housing. These are not considered material defects.

The warranty does not cover compensation for consequential damage, loss or natural wear and tear or damage caused by force, improper use or lack of or improper care.
Interventions not carried out by the manufacturer or by persons authorized by the manufacturer will invalidate the warranty.

Technical data Salzburg commercial grinder MT 18 – beech

Milling capacity “fine”: approx. 270 g/min
Milling capacity “rough”: approx. 580 g/min
Weight: 24 kg
Hopper capacity: 1700 g
Base area: 25 cm
Height: 47 cm
Coarse-Fine Adjustment: stepless
Milling stone: Granite
Milling stone diameter: 120 mm
Milling chamber: untreated beech wood
Hopper and base: solid, domestic beech wood
Housing: Molded wood beech
Surface treatment of casing: organic beeswax oil
Power: 500 Watts
Voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
Rotation: 850 RPM
Warranty: 2 years for private use