Many people don’t know about chakki and don’t know what this is. In fact, Atta Flour (Chakki Atta) is stone-ground into a very fine powder. This process is called Chakki grinding and both the endosperm and bran are finely milled.
If you sift the whole wheat flour made using the Chakki method of grinding. It will not separate into bran and flour because everything is ground together into fine flour.
Indian atta is a very very finely milled wheat flour. It works wonderfully well for making Indian flatbreads and chakki is the most preferred milling process for Indian bread. Stone grinding breaks the starch sufficiently to release extra sweetness while burning it slightly to give added flavor to Indian flatbreads.
Both methods of milling generate heat. Roller mills generate more heat than chakki and thereby some nutrition and vitamins are lost. But it has less damage to the starch and protein in the flour as it cuts the flour into small particles. But Chakki alters the starch (the force is intense) which is not good for western bread making but great for Indian bread chapati/roti.
Next, I will introduce the roller flour mill of Hanzhong Burt Machinery Equipment Co., Ltd.
This set of flour mill machines has high efficiency and low energy consumption and is designed by our professional engineers. The wheat flour mill has a high output rate with good quality flour.
A complete set of wheat or maize flour machine can be divided into THREE parts:
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