SALZBURG – MT Grain Mills “customised orders”

$1,758.00

Hand made to order from Natural Wood, Natural Stone & Stainless Steel

Great importance is attached to natural materials in the construction of the Salzburg Mills. Three European wood selections Beech, Oak or Walnut
The inner milling chamber is made of wood, each granite mill-stone is hand made, true craftsmanship, a mill for professionals
  • Grinds 170 grams per minute
  • 360-550 -900 W Motor size options
  • 1,400 gram Hopper
  • 1250 rpm mill speed
  • Height 43cm / Weight 15.5kg
  • 12 year Product Warranty / 24 year Granite Stone Warranty

Are you an absolute grain mill lover ? looking for a “very special professional grain mill”

Contact Us to select your customised options and secure your personalised exclusive 12 week factory order

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The History of the Salzburg Grain Mills and Johann Thurner

The history of the Salzburg Grain Mills and Johann ThurnerToday, the agony of choice to find exactly the right grain mill is much more difficult than it was more than 40 years ago. In the 1970’s you could count the available mills and above alle the numbers of pioneers who constructed mills for household use on one hand but Johann Thurner was one of them!

He was born in 1951 and died totally unexpectedly in 2008. The Salzburger Grain Mills were his life’s work.
Please read here his history and his grain mill’s

A part of life-quality
He owed his love of good cuisine to his mother, an outstanding cook and from his father – mechanical engineer with a technically ingenious mind – he inherited his curiosity for how to make things really well.

Perfectionism or health awareness?
Probably both! Or how can one explain the fact, that a young mechanical engineer with a diploma in craftsmanship – engaged by a well-known international company in a leading position as expert for special purpose machines and apparatus having the best possible career prospects, decided to leave everything behind him in order to construct first-class grain mills?

Own ideas lead to success
In those days you had nothing you could either study or re-construct if you wanted to develop a grain mill for home-use – the motto was created your ideas, try them out – find out for yourself and then improve them! The fact that the “Salzburg Grain Mill” – the first type of mill he developed – is still today, decades later, considered as the Mercedes among all grain mills proves that he was a great success in doing this….

The natural granite mill-stone – the crown jewel of the Salzburger Grain Mills
The combination of old milling traditions with the latest technical innovations was his ultimate aim. It took five years of intensive research work until a naturally formed mill-stone (a special kind of granite) could meet his demands for the finest possible milling results.

He owed his success to his technical studies together with his common-sense and his many inventions in mill construction.

Good things should look good tooSalzburg grain mill Carina with granite grinding stone and wooden grinding chamber

For Johann Thurner it was not only development and technology that were important, he also paid great attention to design. An ascetic, not only devoted to nature, but also as a modern person who enjoyed life to the full (enthusiastic yachtsman, mountaineer, lover of music, etc.) he considered a pleasing optical impression to be of utmost importance.
A mill should give pleasure and at the same time be an attraction in the kitchen. A mill should be placed so that it is available at any time to grind even just a handful of flour!

In accordance with modern trends – but not at the cost of quality
His mill model “Mini-Max” covered to a very high degree all requirements of our modern age. Combining minimum space requirement with the latest technology it is an answer to our demand for the best possible price. The born technician could not and did not want to do without quality, which has its price.
His motto was: No compromise at the cost of quality!

The history of the Salzburg grain mills and of Johann Thurner

 

Additional information

Weight 17 kg
Dimensions 28 × 35 × 54 cm