Q: How long is this on sale?
A: the mills have been at the $99 price for a while and should remain at that cost for the foreseeable future
Q: What does the motor kit do for the cereal killer grain Mill?
A: the motor kit comes with the motor and connections to "automate" the mill vs needing to use a drill in the roller or turning the rollers by hand
Q: two mills under consideration the crop duster and cereal killer - I brew 2-3 times a month. Which mill do you like and why?
A: both mills would run functionally the same for the roller assembly and the hoppers. The plate or base is the main difference outside of the assembly being required on the Crop duster where the Cereal killer arrives ready to use but either would work for a 2-3 bath a month brewer
Q: Can i use reward points on sale items, such as your grain mill thats on sale?
A: rewards certificates can be cashed in and used towards any items on the site, except for Gift Certificate purchases
Q: Where is this mill manufactured?
A: the mill components are manufactured in China and assembled in the US
Q: what size are the hex bolts that hold the mill to the base? I would like to mount the mill to a thicker base to motorize and would need a 1/2" longer bolt.
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Q: I am assuming this is a 7 lb hopper. Is there a larger hopper available, such as a 15 lb, or is that something I would have to fabricate myself?
A: The Cereal killer is currently only available with a 7lb hopper at this time
Q: Are the rollers smooth? or fluted?
What is the smallest crush size?
A: The rollers will be knurled and not smooth. The rollers can adjust as wide as .100 and can go as low a .015 efore the knurles would hit
Q: Is there an additional 20% off with the offer?
A: the item does qualify for promotional discounts and would earn the tiered dsicount currently running(March of 2020)
Q: Hi. Do you know what material is used for the Cereal Killer rollers? Do you have any opinions on the Cereal Killer vs the Crop Duster? Thanks
A: Both use case hardened steel rollers. The roller assemblies for the crop duster and cereal killer are the same, just with subtle differences in the base of the mills
Q: Is the handle that connects to arm indexed so it locks and doesn't spin if the fastener becomes loose?
A: The handle locks onto the drive shaft with a bolt that fits into a recess on the drive shaft.
Q: I currently own this purchased from you. In the process of moving I lost the base that it mounts too, is there any way to purchase just this part?
A: new bases can be ordered as a special order part. This would need to be done manually with us with a call to 313-277-2739 Ext 1 for sales and service when free to do so
Q: What's the adjustable crush range on this mill? I don't see it listed in the specs.
A: The rollers at their widest can adjust to .100"
Q: I bought one of these mills a couple of months ago and am just now getting around to using it. Do you offer a "filler" to close the gaps between the hopper and rollers so that unmilled grains will not sneak through? I found that quite a few unmilled grains slipped through, particularly when first loading the hopper. I fabricated a couple of cardboard flaps, but am looking for a better solution.
A: At this time we do not currently have added flaps or a baffle to add to the hopper at this time
Q: Do you have to clean the mill before first use
A: We would recommend at least giving the mill a quick dusting before use. This will knock off any foreign particles.
Q: Can you use this mill to grind flour?
A: This mill would not be designed or able to grind for flour
Q: Hi, could you provide the shipping package dimensions and weight? thanks
A: 13x13x13" weight is 11lbs
Q: Part way through a "mill job" my mill stops grabbing the grain and just "free wheels". I have to dump everything out and put it all back in or poke a piece of wood down and disturb the lay of the grain for it to start again. (Some times it will "catch" again after a few minutes on its own)
Is there any trick to keep the feed working?
A: The usual culprits with this would be the rollers moving too quickly if being used with a drill or a motor. Running the drill at about half peed would allow the knurls on the roller to catch a bit easier. Otherwise widening the gap setting lightly if using smaller grains or recipes with wheat or other adjuncts would be best. a 2nd pass can be made afterwords if the resulting crush comes out a bit too coarse
Q: Are the rollers made of stainless steal?
A: The rollers are made of a case hardened steel
Q: In a response to a question you say that the shaft is 3/8”. However, in the description of the product it says “crank shaft has a 10mm diameter”. What is the true measurement supposed to be. The .5mm makes a difference for the spider coupler I need to connect to a motor.
A: With a 2nd check, the outer diameter of the shaft is 3/8"