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Roller Mills

Roller Mills Machinery

Roller Mills were first reated by E R & F Turner in the 1830’s for crushing grains and seeds and rolling beans for animal feed. Since then our range of animal feed Roller Mill machinery has expanded, developed and grown extensively.

Roller Mills Pioneers

We were pioneers in specialist Roller mills for producing wheat flour for bread to replace the stone grinding of wind and water mills. We were pioneers in developing a Roller mill and sieving system to produce the first white flour plants in the 1880’s.

When it was discovered that cooking grains vastly improved the food value of the feed for the animal. E R & F Turner developed the first steam cooking and rolling plants in the UK.

A Roller Mill becomes a Flaking Mill when it is required to flake grains for human consumption which are much thinner than animal feed. To achieve this the rolls must be pushed together with much greater force. There are also other important elements for the Flaking Mill. Breakfast cereal grains are typically cooked before flaking, in a syrup of malt flavouring with sugar and salt which makes them adhere to the rolls which require specialist scrapers

E R & F Turner were the first to use a computer-controlled system to maintain a consistent roll gap.

Now called Christy Turner Ltd we have supplied many mills around the world and continue to develop industrial milling machinery with the latest innovations and to modern hygiene requirements. Our most recent developments include a 600 Roller mill and a 600 Flaking mill which can include if required our brand new design Steam conditioner.

We have the capabilities and are willing to modify our roller and flaking mills to meet our customers special and individual requirements. If you require some bespoke functionality, please contact us to discuss the posiblities.

At Christy Turner, we have been designing and manufacturing roller mills for over a century. We are one of the leading suppliers of roller mills in the UK and worldwide.

What are roller mills?

Roller mills are machines that use cylindrical rollers to crush or grind various materials, such as grain, ore, gravel, plastic, and more. They are an alternative to traditional millstone arrangements in gristmills. Roller mills can produce finer and more uniform particles than other types of mills, such as hammer mills or ball mills.

Why choose Christy Turner roller mills?

At Christy Turner, we offer a range of roller mills to suit your needs and preferences. Whether you need a single, double, or triple roller mill, we have the right solution for you.

Our roller mills are:

  • Durable and robust: Our roller mills are made from high-quality materials and components, ensuring a long service life and low maintenance costs.
  • Versatile and adaptable: Our roller mills can handle a wide range of materials and applications, from animal feed and biomass to minerals and plastics. You can also adjust the gap between the rollers to control the size and shape of the output.
  • Efficient and economical: Our roller mills have a low power consumption and a high output capacity, saving you energy and money. They also have a low noise level and a minimal dust emission, improving your working environment.
  • Customisable and flexible: We can tailor our roller mills to your specific requirements and preferences. You can choose from different sizes, colours, finishes, and accessories to suit your needs.

How can you order one?

If you are interested in ordering our product, you can contact us today to get a free quote and consultation.

You can call us on 01206 795 333 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also fill out our online enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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