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Milling & Grinding Systems
Milling & Grinding Systems
SKIOLD is the leading supplier of grinding equipment
The structure of the feed should be adapted to the different animal groups, and a number of different grinding machines are available for production of basic feed and fine-ground feed.
The choice of milling & grinding plant is determined by the type of feed that is to be produced:
For pigs and poultry, hammer mills and disc mills are commonly used for feed production.
For cattle and other ruminants, the natural choice is a crusher or a SKIOLD Disc mill for feed production.
DM is the type designation for SKIOLD’s range of hammer mills. The DM mills are made of a very solid and simple construction and have a transportation capacity of up to 80 meters. The DM3 is also available in a Prof-Line version, with longer durability for wearing parts. All wearing parts are easy to replace by original spare parts from SKIOLD. In addition to the traditional hammer mills, our range includes a gravity mill, DM6, and a WM version for grinding of moist maize (CCM).
Some of the advantages of a hammer mill are:
Low heat generation
Low power consumption
Simple and reliable construction
Easy to maintain
Three grinding bridges ensure a higher capacity
Three-part screen increases flexibility
Up to 30 kW
Up to 4000 kg/h
5 models are available:
DM2 – capacity up to 500 kg/hour
DM3 – capacity from 500 to 1500 kg/hour
DM4 – capacity from 1000 to 1800 kg/hour
DM6 – capacity from 350 to 4000 kg/hour
BM5 – capacity from 1000 to 2500 kg/hour
The SKIOLD Disc mills is based on proven and award-winning technology and thousands of disc mills have been put into operation worldwide. Every year the Disc mills from SKIOLD produces more than 20 million tonnes of feed.
SKIOLD Disc mills are suitable for grinding of many different types of raw materials, including pellets with a diameter of up to 12 mm. One of the advantages of the SKIOLD Disc mill is that it´s possible to vary the grinding degree during operation, and thereby optimize the feed structure for different animal groups. Other advantages are its very low noise level in operation, exceptionally long durability of wearing parts, and high capacity with low power consumption. With its compact construction, the SKIOLD Disc mill can easily be incorporated into new as well as existing plants.
Some of the advantages of the SKIOLD Disc mill are:
Adjustable structure, automatically or manually
Exceptional durability on wearing parts
Capacity up to 30.000 kg/hour
Minimal power consumption
Dust free grinding
Compact and fits easily in both new and existing plants