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- Beechwood construction
- Separates coarse & fine flour
- Fits any home-use
- KoMo electric grinder
- Cleanup is quick and easy
- Three mesh screens included
- Made in Austria
KoMo Flour Sifter
Supply Note: We're out of the 35 and 60 mesh screens that are normally included with the sifter. If you place an order before the screens are back in stock we'll ship the sifter immediately, and we'll ship the screens later, when they arrive. The ETA for the screens is February 7. The 24 mesh screen will ship with the sifter.
The flour sifter attaches to any KoMo electric grinder except the commercial Jumbo grinder. Starting with whole grain flour, the sifter will allow you to separate out the coarser bran, giving you very fine flour that's ideal for making pastries, cakes, cookies and pizza dough. The bran can then be used in a variety of other products including baked goods, smoothies, soups, granola, etc.
After first grinding flour from grain, just unscrew the mill's hopper, lift out the upper stone, and screw the sifter assembly on where the hopper was. With your just-milled flour in the sifter chamber, flip the mill switch on, and rotating brushes quickly work the finest flour through the screen at bottom, and out through the mill spout, so the bran remains above.
A strong tornado-like vortex is formed in the flour during operation, which quickly circulates all the flour through the chamber.
Three interchangeable screens are included, with mesh sizes of .63mm (24 mesh), .5mm (35 mesh), and .25mm (60 mesh) for fine, extra fine and ultra fine sifting. Capacity is 14 ounces.
Product tips: After you've filled the Plexiglas tube with flour, don't lift on the tube itself, because that could cause a flour spill. Instead, lift by grasping the sifter's wood base. Also, when inserting the Plexiglas tube into the wood base, be sure the two spring-loaded balls in the base snap into the two sockets near one edge of the tube; this will keep the tube securely in place during sifting.
Grain mill not included.
“First, Thank you Pleasant Hill Grain for notifying me of the new finer mesh screens and for the reduced shipping rate! The addition of these two screens has made my KoMo flour sifter more versatile and allows for more greater options when grinding and sifting flour!”
– Charla A. in CA
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|Manufacturer Part Number||06021|
|Product Weight (lbs.)||3 lb.|
|Housing Material||Beech wood|
|Capacity (weight)||14 oz.|
|Warranty Length||3 years|
We stock this product in our Nebraska warehouse. Most of our shipments are by FedEx Ground or Home Delivery and you should receive your order in four business days or less from ship-out. Click here for more information about shipping.
By Susan B. in SC on 4/14/2016 - Verified BuyerI use a large funnel to get the flour into the tube. This makes quick work of sifting whole grain flour.7 out of 7 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Scott R. in NY on 4/10/2016 - Verified BuyerI needed a special adapter to work with the accessory interchangeable silicone insert I purchased for my KoMo mill. The issue was quickly analyzed and resolved with the correct adapter by the PHG staff. No more tiresome sifting by hand to get rid of gas deflating sharp bran. Lofty loaves.7 out of 7 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Edward A. in PA on 4/12/2016 - Verified BuyerThe stone grinder sifter combo works well. Easy to use and clean. The bread has more flavor and a much better texture. It also makes the bread not as crumbly.6 out of 6 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Bert L. in ON on 3/9/2019 - Verified BuyerThe addition of the KoMo flour sifter to my KoMo flour mill has dramatically improved the quality of my home made pizza. Without the flour sifter my pizza dough, while tasty, didn't rise the way I wanted. The sifted flour rises and tastes great. I did read the instructions that came with the KoMo flour sifter which helped me avoid a flour explosion. : -) Everyone I've spoken with at Pleasant Hill Grain has been very helpful and given me great advice.3 out of 3 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Nancy T. in TX on 3/5/2019 - Verified BuyerThe sifter does a great job, after I finally figured out how to use it. The number of turns required to activate the brushes and the sifting was a lot more than the directions indicated. It was very hard for my arthritic hands to screw the top part down as much as was necessary. I finally put on a heavy duty silicon baking mit and it gave me more traction. The second problem I had was how to remove the bran that remained behind. There may be an easier method, but I just scooped it out with a spoon. Unscrewing the sifter was as hard as tightening it the first time. I do like the sifter, I just wish there was an easier way to tighten it. Next time I will have my husband at home to do it for me. Btw it took about 3-4 complete rotations, while you pushed downward from the top portion. I will also start from a lower position, like maybe a coffee table, so I have more downward push. My counters are too high.3 out of 3 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Neil B R. in ME on 4/12/2016 - Verified BuyerEasy assembly and simple to use. Makes quick sifted flour.3 out of 3 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Stuart in WA on 4/18/2016 - Verified BuyerVery good sifter, read the user guide supplied with it to set it up correctly.2 out of 2 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Da Bäckabua on 11/16/2019 - Verified BuyerWe worked out a milling and sifting process, which works real well. 1. ) Mill coarse flour (black dot on KoMo mill in middle front position) 2. ) sift with the coarse mesh (there are three: coarse, middle fine), 3. ) mill fine flour and 4. ) use the middle mesh for final sift. Makes great flower, however a lot of assembly and disassembly. Maybe the sifting is fast (which is it not with the fine sifter), everything else is slow and tedious. Also adding the flour into the narrow cylinder is not great. PHG: Please specify the the best canning funnel.
Great product idea, however execution was not ideal. Suggestion to Komo: Build a dedicated fast sifter (uni-tasker), that easily allows switching for different mesh screens and is easy to clean. There are people crazy enough to spend money on something like this, myself included. Heck, I burned $200 on a half baked "okay" solution. Give me the real deal.
As a reference: I sifted already over 50 lbs with the Komo flour sifter, looking for an upgrade.1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
By Dean T. in CO on 4/12/2016 - Verified BuyerThis is an expensive accessory to the excellent grain mills produced by this company that does not live up to their quality and engineering standards. The sleeve does not lock into the base, and unless you hold it down in place, it gets blown off by the pressure caused by the sifting process. The result is a flour explosion that will cover most of the interior of your kitchen. I do not recommend this product.Moderator:
Thanks for your review, Dean. We're sorry about the mess you had there. We also lost some flour when we lifted on the tube once. Never did that again! The tube does actually have spring-loaded retention balls that need to be snapped into the two sockets that are at one edge of the Plexiglas tube. As long as the tube is assembled with those balls snapped-in, the tube will be held in place properly during sifting.24 out of 28 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Kathy B. in PA on 2/23/2016 - Verified BuyerI've wanted this sifter to go with my KoMo grain mill for some time now. It is kind of messy to use but that's no big deal. I'm happy I made the purchase. Pleasant Hill Grain is a good company to deal with. I would order from them again.Moderator:
Kathy, when you refer to some messiness, our guess is that the issue might be getting flour into the top of the sifter. Maybe someday we'll have an accessory funnel for this, but for now we've found that an inexpensive canning funnel does make it easier to make the transition from a bowl of flour to the top of the sifter. Thanks for your review!5 out of 6 people found this review helpful. Did you?
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