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Mammoth Hippo Hammer Mill with Motor

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Features

  • High speed milling
  • Wide range of screen sizes
  • Cast iron wear sections
  • Bennox hammer tips
  • Pneumatic material handling
  • Precision manufactured
  • Proven design
  • Highly affordable

Description

Mammoth Hippo Hammer Mill with Motor

Hippo hammer mills rapidly grind a wide variety of materials from grain, beans, herbs and fibrous roots to minerals, plastics, glass, bone and recyclables. Materials enter the milling chamber and are impacted by hammers rotating at high speed. Size reduction occurs until particles can exit through the holes of a perforated screen covering the discharge. Interchangeable screens offer hole sizes ranging from 0.6mm to 25mm.

As a result of hammer milling, in addition to particle size reduction some materials (glass bottles and lobster shells, for example) experience a high degree of bulk reduction, creating storage and transport efficiencies.

Milling chambers are constructed of high strength cast iron plates with bolted construction that eliminates common stress points to prevent cracking. After extended use, this method of construction allows fast, easy, on-site replacement of worn parts. Built for the demands of commercial and industrial grinding, Hippo hammer mills are fast, efficient and durable, and their low cost won't break your material processing budget.

In use across the U.S. and around the world, South-African made Hippo mills are available with horsepower ratings of 5 to 150 hp. The Hippo Mammoth hammer mill can be purchased with a 3-phase electric motor of 100, 125 or 150 horsepower. Some of the most common uses of the Hippo Mammoth hammer mill include grinding grains such as wheat and corn, grinding industrial hemp, and hemp waste disposal by grinding hemp to smaller size particles and blending with other non-hemp materials for mulch.

Hippo hammer mills feature rigid hammers with reversible, replaceable tips of long wearing, impact and abrasion-resistant Bennox steel. The screen is located in the bottom half of the hammer mill chamber, covering an arc of about 180°. Milled material exits the mill below the screen. For finer particle grinding and to aid the movement of finer particles thru the mill screen and away from the mill, a separate air transport system can be configured from the discharge of the mill. This air transport system is available as a separate purchase option and consists of enclosed duct work, a material handling blower fan driven by a separate electric motor, a material collecting cyclone, a rotary valve driven by an electric motor on the collecting cyclone, and a dust bag separator.

Stock interchangeable screens for the Hippo Mammoth hammer mill are available with hole sizes of 0.6, 0.8, 1.0, 1.2, 1.6, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 15, 20 and 25mm. The top half of the milling chamber swings open for full access to the hammers and screen, and screens can be changed out in just 30 seconds without tools.

Hippo mills are manufactured to high precision standards, with non-cast components cut by laser or plasma for excellent fit. High quality bearings are used, and lubricated with quality synthetic lubricant.

All Hippo mills are tested before shipping and are covered by a 1 year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Free test grinding: Pleasant Hill Grain has extensive milling experience and can make recommendations for a wide range of grinding needs. We can also test mill samples of your materials; please call 866-467-6123 or email to make arrangements.

The price above is for the Hippo Mammoth hammer mill, 460V/3PH/100HP motor and motor starter. 

Because of the range of setup options available, orders for Hippo hammer mills are taken by phone. Please call for a crating and shipping quote.

*Output rate is based on dry corn for reference, and will vary substantially for other materials based on factors including density and frangibility.
Dimensions and weights are based on the mill with air conveyor and no motor.

Hippo Hammer Mill Specs

 Hippo Hammer
Mill Model
Output Rate* thru
1/32" screen (lbs/hr)
Output Rate* thru
1/16" screen (lbs/hr)
Output Rate* thru
5/16" screen (lbs/hr)
Width
(inches)
Depth
(inches)
Height
(inches)
Net Wt.
(pounds)
Baby Hippo Hammer Mill 176 440 992 69 37 78 195
Hippo #1 Hammer Mill 440 1100 2480 94 49 86 407
Hippo #1.5 Hammer Mill 771 1653 4078 129 53 93 772
Hippo #47 Hammer Mill 1146 1984 5291 129 53 93 827
Hippo #57 Hammer Mill 1322 2645 6172 129 57 93 1,037
Hippo #69 Hammer Mill 1984 3858 7716 160 65 93 1,235

 

Hippo Hammer Mill Grinding Versatility

Free test grinding of your product is available.
  • Wheat
  • Corn/Maize
  • Grain Mill
  • Herbs
  • Beans
  • Seed Pods
  • Eggshell
  • Glass/Bottles
  • Walnut shells
  • Peppers
  • Spices
  • Ginger Root
  • Dried Fruit
  • Coffee Beans
  • Coconut
  • Cranberry Pellets
  • Computer/Electronic Components
  • Products for Recycling
  • Tubers including Taro and Cassava
  • Fibrous Plant Materials
  • Tea Leaves
  • Mesquite Beans
  • Chick Peas/Garbanzo Beans
  • Bones
  • Wood Chips/Bark
  • Plastics
  • Packaging Peanuts
  • Friable Minerals/Rock/Stone
  • Industrial Hemp
  • Waste Disposal
  • Grain Grinder
  • Cookies
  • Chips
  • Crickets/Insects
  • Salt
  • Crab, Clam, Oyster Shells
  • Fish Meal
  • Brick
  • Gypsum
  • Rock Salt
  • Dried Manure
  • Compost
  • Roots (pre-cubed)
  • Clumped Dry Materials
  • Many more materials

Hippo hammer mills grind herbs, spices, tubers and roots including allspice, angelica, anise, aniseed myrtle, annatto, artemisia, barberry, basil, bay leaf, fenugreek, caper, caraway, cardamom, carom seeds, cassia, catnip, cattail root, cayenne pepper, celery leaf, celery seed, chervil, chicory, chili pepper, chives, cicely, cilantro, cinnamon, clove, coriander seed, cudweed, culantro, cumin, curry leaf, curry plant, dill, elderflower, epazote, fennel, fenugreek, fingerroot, industrial hemp waste disposal, horseradish, hyssop, juniper berry, lime leaves, lavender, lemon balm, lemongrass, licorice, mace, marjoram, mint, mustard, nutmeg, oregano, paprika, parsley, pepper, peppermint, rosemary, safflower, saffron, sage, sassafras, savory, sorrel, spearmint, spikenard, star anise, sumac, szechuan pepper, tarragon, thyme, turmeric, vanilla, watercress, wintergreen, woodruff, wormwood, absinthe, yerba buena, yarrow, and more.

Additional millable materials include dry forms of: psyllium seed, riboflavin, rice, rice crinkles, safflower seed meal, sal ammoniac, salt, shellac, shives, shrimp, soap chips, flakes and powder, sodium carbonate, activated carbon and charcoal, almond hulls/shells, aluminum chloride, foil, ammonium nitrate and sulfate, asphalt, barium nitrate, barley malt and sprouts, beet pulp, borax, bran flakes, bread crumbs, brewer’s grain, grits and yeast, buttermilk, calcined diaspore, carbonate, calcium chloride and stearate, candy, caraway seed, carbon bricks, cardboard, casein, caustic soda, cellulose acetate, cellulose sponge, chalk, cheese, cheese whey, chicken litter, chicle, cholene chloride, cigarette filters, clay, coal, rubber, coca cake, coffee bean hulls, cork, cottonseed meal, cracker meal, diammonium phosphate, di-calcium phosphate, diatomaceous earth, dog food, flax seed, floor tile, gelatin capsules, glue, milk, graphite, grass, mulch, biomass feedstock, straw, stover, potting soil, gum arabic, hominy, horseradish, kalsomine, macaroni pasta noodles, malted milk balls, metamucil, milo, molding powder, mushrooms, navy beans, oat groats and hulls, sulphite, peanut shells and skins, peat moss, pecan shells, miscellaneous pellets, phonograph records, pills, pineapple pulp, plaster molds, plaster of paris, plastic foam, popcorn, potassium chloride, potassium sulfate, potatoes, sodium nitrate prills, sodium phosphate and sulfate, sorghum, spaghetti, starch, tablets, tankage, tapioca, antler, horn, urethane, terra cotta, tobacco stems, tomato pomace and flakes, tripoly phosphate, vermiculite, wheat, wheat germ, wheat gluten, wood flour, yeast, and more.

Free test grinding: Pleasant Hill Grain has extensive milling experience and can make recommendations for a wide range of grinding needs. We can also test mill samples of your materials; please call 866-467-6123 or email to make arrangements.

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Specs

Manufacturer Part Number Hippo Mammoth
Width 91"
Depth 68"
Height 84"
Product Weight 2646 lb.
Color Blue
Finish Painted glossy
Housing Material Steel
RPM 4000
Horsepower 100 HP
Volts AC 460
Amps 111 running / 200 amp breaker req'd to start
Hz 60
Phase 3
UPC Does not apply
Commercial Warranty Yes
Warranty Length 1 year
Freight Shipped Yes

Shipping

We stock this product in our Nebraska warehouse. This item requires freight delivery and you should receive your order within 2-7 business days from ship-out. Click here for more information about freight delivery.

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Reviews

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  • Industrial hemp: Very happy
    By on - Verified Buyer
    We’re very happy with our Model 1.5 Hippo hammer mill. It’s been trouble-free and reliable. Using a 1/4” metal screen we can produce in excess of 1,000 lbs of hemp powder per hour.

    The mill is care-free compared to the high maintenance machines we used previously. The motor has ample horsepower to power through the industrial hemp, which is rougher than standard medical marijuana/cannabis plant material. The Hippo just doesn't doesn't bog down as our previous machines were prone to.
    The industrial hemp is a sticky, glue-like substance with high oil content, so it’s important to us that the metal screens and system clean up easily after processing, and the Hippo's tool-less screen access is as easy as easy gets.

    We’ve run the mill constantly for five months with no problems at all. If you want a well constructed and designed machine, buy a Hippo. Pleasant Hill was perfect to deal with, as well. Great experience all the way around.
    14 out of 14 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Works Wonderfully
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The mill works wonderfully for our glass grinding project. We started with a .6mm screen but they actually produced particles finer than we wanted. We sized the screen up a little and got just the particle size we desired.

    I’m an engineer and appreciate the basic design of the mill. It allows for consistent operation with very little down time. There are no proprietary parts and if replacement parts are needed they can be easily sourced. The solid cast iron construction has proven to be extremely strong and resistant to the rigorous use we’ve subjected the mill to. We plan to add a larger hopper and a conveyor system to eliminate the need for manual feeding.
    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Lots of grinding, little dust
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Can’t believe how little dust the mill is making. With all of our previous hammer mills dust was always a major issue. I guess it's an airflow thing, but whatever it is, I like it. Hippo's long history makes me feel good about parts availability in the future too. Good all around.
    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Great then & now
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Grandad bought a small Hippo hammer mill long before my time and we still use it on the farm. When we needed more capacity the longevity of that one made our decision easy, and it looks to me like they still build them the same way... heavy duty and well designed.
    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Just Right
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The Hippo's a great piece of equipment that fits well into our production process. And based on its very solid construction we look for it to serve us for many years. We process about 4,000 lbs. of wood chips in an eight hour day with the Hippo #1 model. The chunks range 1-6 inches in length going into the mill. The 6mm screen produces a powder that we compress into wood pellets for use in BBQ’s and wood stoves, and the 25mm screen makes landscaping mulch.

    A good investment all around.
    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Hippo's got the goods
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The cast iron plates on the mill really make a difference in their lifespan, when I compare the Hippo to welded mild steel mills I’ve run in the past. They wear a lot longer, and sections are easy to swap out.
    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Top quality and top service
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Not often one deals with a company that provides both top quality and excellent service and then provides very competitive pricing, but Pleasant Hill Grain did just that with the Hippo Hammer Mill we just bought. The screens with the product are built to last and are precise in their mesh size.
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  • Works well!
    By on - Verified Buyer
    We’re running a 15mm screen in our Baby Hippo and it works well! Processing is fast. Because of the good processing results we’ve had with this mill we’ve decided we plan to buy another larger Hippo Hammer mill.
    1 person found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Good for glass grinding
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Our project in the city of Billings is grinding waste glass bottles. We recycling the ground glass as aggregate in concrete, keeping it out of the landfill and putting it to productive use.

    To maintain full strength in the concrete we need a sand-like consistency without much dust. The Hippo grinder gives us what we need using the 8mm screen. We’re very happy with it, and the longevity looks very good. We also have ideas about modifying the hammer tips for shredding plastic jugs and PC motherboards.

    This machine opens a lot of opportunities for moving into other green-environment projects. It’s a solid machine.
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  • Good Investment
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Our customers require a very fine 60 mesh chick pea flour. With the 0.6mm screen, we’re getting flour that fine, and at a good rate of 1,800 lbs/hour. The Hippo #69 hammer mill was a good investment, living up to all expectations.
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