A Flour Mill, or a Ghar Ghanti as it is referred to in India, is a useful kitchen tool, which gives you the freedom to grind grains like wheat, lentils and barley in the comfort of your own home. But with time, the modernisation of flour mills has resulted in a deviation of the overall quality and the idealistic taste of the cooked flour, be it for rotis or parathas. Therefore, the Softel Domestic Flour Mill retains the traditional aesthetics of a flour mill by using an Emery stone and provides finely ground flour, which is reminiscent of the days gone by. The Emery stone used for grinding has a diameter of 150 millimetres and can easily grind 6 to 12 kilograms per hour.
The Softel flour mill has a diligent design and can grind all types of grains, so you get to enjoy the wholesome goodness of everything from wheat, rice, barley to a wide variety of dry pulses. It has a large tray on top where you can feed the grain, which is then regularly passed down to the rotating stone through a narrow gullet and ground finely before being ejected from a spout on the side, from where you can collect the flour in a container. You can select the level of grinding as per your requirement, and it adapts to the same very fast. The body of the flour mill has a stainless steel finish, which adds to its overall durability. It needs a corded electric power source and uses energy saving technology. The temperature of this domestic flour mill ranges from 55 to 65-degree Celsius after a half hour usage.
This flour mill from Softel has an efficient performance and also uses an automatic cleaning technology to save you the effort and time. Moreover, it is smaller in size and lighter in weight as compared to most conventional models out there, thereby taking up less space in your home, while offering a solid performance year after year. Additionally, it is easy to operate so every member of the family can use it from time to time. This Softel flour mill is available for online shopping, where you can avail the best deals in kitchen appliances.