The ideal household grain storage solution for every natural foods kitchen. User-friendly KoMo granaries are convenient, easy to maintain, and attractive. Remove just the amount of grain you need via the stainless steel slide, and the convex viewing panes always show just how much grain you have at ready access. KoMo granaries are built with furniture grade beech plywood, which is sustainably harvested and formaldehyde-free. Mounting brackets are provided (mount spacing is 10" apart). For reserve storage, also see our Gamma Lids, which add a threaded and gasketed closure to your standard buckets for storing grain and other goods.
Each chamber stores ten pounds of product (based on the density of wheat), and in multi-chamber models, each chamber is separated internally from the other chambers. KoMo granaries are suitable for any dry, non-oily, and flowable product. Warranted by KoMo for two years.
Capacity (if density = wheat)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
16" x 5.7" x 20"
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“I'm glad I finally broke down and bought it. It looks wonderful and it's a great convenience. The design's as simple as can be, sturdy and easy to use. It's made of high-quality beech plywood… and did I mention it looks nice? : )”
– Carla S., WA
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Manufacturer Part Number
Acrylic, Beech wood
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After taking the plunge on a grain mill and flaker, the next logical impulse buy was two of those granaries. We wanted a better alternative to the 4 buckets of grain blocking the kitchen walkway. Though intimidated by the price, we took the plunge on 2.
They arrived with basic hardware (2 screws) and the standard KoMo booklet. I didn’t notice any instructions, but it’s self explanatory... kind of like hanging a clock or picture frame with 2 screws. I doubted our drywall would hold the weight so I found 2 studs in the wall with the stud finder, then cut a 2x4 to run horizontally so I’d have something sturdy to hang the granary on. I put another 2x4 toward the bottom so it wouldn’t wobble. The 2x4s are not visible behind the granaries. It looks great. It fit nicely in a corner next to a kitchen cabinet, and only has about half the depth of our cabinet. It doesn’t block the framed poster on the adjoining wall. I love it. My wife loves it.
For reference, we fit a 10 pound bag of rice in a single “tube”. Yes, rice. We don’t grind rice, but it dawned on us that it would work for more than just wheat and oats. We considered flax seed, but that’s more flax than we would reasonably use. I think it would work for coffee beans, but it would then smell like coffee forever. Maybe some hard candies? Well, if you do manage to get the whole thing stuck with jelly beans on a humid day, the front is plexiglass and can slide out the top, so it would not be impossible to clean.