The fineness of the flour, i.e. the particle size, can be adjusted from very fine to very coarse by simply turning the hopper, without any gradation. Whether cake, bread, pizza or pancakes, the mill always produces the right fineness of flour for the grain in question. The scale at the bottom of the hopper helps you to set the fineness.
Our flour is 92% fine flour, which means that 92% of the flour has a diameter of less than 0.315 mm. Of course, it is wholemeal flour, the word fine here refers to the grain size.
The Mockmill LINO is the result of extensive development work by Wolfgang Mock, who has been involved in mill construction and the development of Hawos, Fidibus and Mockmill mills for forty years. Since 1991, Wolfgang Mock has been working with mill development engineer Thomas Mohr, who, in his opinion, is probably the best mill development engineer in Europe. In the development of the Mockmill, the grinding surface was enlarged and the corundum-ceramic mixture optimised.
The mill is a medium-sized household mill because the motor is 360 W, which in practice means that the robust motor is safe to use and the 12-year warranty is a sure thing. And if you want to use it in a restaurant or other business rather than at home, the warranty is still two years.
And if you want to take a look inside, you don't need any tools.
All you have to do is unscrew the hopper. The mill chamber is lined with food-safe plastic. Cleaning is not necessary, as the flour that is produced between the stones flows out of the mill.
On the outside, the oiled surface requires minimal cleaning, just a damp cloth to wipe it down.
The big brother of the Mockmill LINO 100 is the Mockmill LINO 200, where the motor is one size larger, making the mill twice as fast.