updated by @dimond-atkins: 04/10/15 07:21:43PM
I stone grinded some chocolate the other day and realised it is the best method to achieve a better smoother tastier chocolate. Now because I am not using one at work and because I will need a large industrial refiner to match demand. I would love to ask you fine people. What's a good industrial refining machine?
What's the best color car, red or blue? Depends on what you value. There are lots of ways to particle size reduce. For me, the best one is a million dollar buehler refiner or an air classified mill. That's not going to be the best for most of you because of the infrastructure, volume, and cost requirements.
if you're a little guy making 10 lbs a day, a stone roller mill is probably your best bet, or a small lehman or day pilot refiner.
Sebastian, as I mentioned, I will need an industrial machine, to be exact I would like to have the flexibility to produce up to 4000 Kgs a day. So if I consider money not being an issue (since It will be coming out of my employers pockets ) are you recommending the buehler?
Buehler makes a mighty fine series of 5 roll refiners. You may want to get a smaller pre-refiner (3 roll) to use in conjunction with the 5 roll.
I'd love for money not to be an issue 8-)
Lebanon eh - i used to go hiking in the mountains there with a massive bear of a priest named Vartok. Beautiful place.