Underrunner disk sheller type USG
Efficient hulling of ancient grains and pulses
High performance with low operating costs: the hulling principle of this machine allows for the best possible hulling of all ancient grain varieties and pulses with a high protein content.
Two hulling stones in a robust hulling bed
In the cast iron hulling bed of the underrunner are two hulling stones which are coated with a resilient corundum-emery compound. Between the stones – the upper one is fixed while the lower one moves – is where the grain is processed. The intensity of the hulling effect can be regulated using the robust distance adjustment mechanism for the hulling gap.
Flexibly adjustable inlet pipe
The performance of the machine is adjusted via an individually adjustable inlet pipe. The rapid flow of the hulling mixture as well as an extremely gentle processing of the hulled product are ensured by two outlets positioned on opposite sides.
At a glance
Optimal for use in spelt hulling installations, soya mills, and installations for extracting protein from peas and fava beans
High performance with low wear and hence low running costs
Special stone coating guarantees a long service life and maximum hulling efficiency
Suitable for the following grains: Spelt, einkorn, emmer, soya, peas, lentils, lupins, buckwheat, millet, legumes