Laboratory stone huller type LU-200
The stone huller for laboratory applications
This standard machine for spelt hulling impresses with a wide range of possible applications, and supplies representative results in the laboratory.
The underrunner's little brother
The grain is fed in via a vibrating trough and processed between the stone coatings made of a robust corundum-emery mixture. The individual degree of hulling depends on the slightly adjustable width of the hulling gap. After the process, a mixture of hulled and unhulled kernels and hulls is created, which then needs to be separated manually or mechanically.
An important laboratory all-rounder
Thanks to the exact recording of the hulling process, the laboratory stone huller allows direct predictions to be made regarding the hullability on an industrial scale. At up to one kilogram, the sample size is sufficiently large to precisely determine the falling number. Furthermore, thanks to a variable rotational speed and feed-in, the laboratory stone huller supplies representative results with regard to degree of hulling and other significant product properties in the industrial process.
At a glance
Laboratory version of the underruner
Standard machine for hulling spelt in Germany and Europe
Exact milling gap setting for comparable hulling results
Representative results in the laboratory
Variable rotational speed and feed-in
Collection tank for hulled mixture secured with safety switch
Suitable for the following grains: Spelt, emmer, einkorn, legumes, buckwheat, millet