IMPROVING ADAPTABILITY AND OPERATING EFFICIENCY!
If you’re interested in saving money and increasing your efficiency when it comes to your operations, we have some good news: the VersaMill® will allow you to do just that. There are so many benefits and differences with the VersaMill® compared to a traditional mill, we created an explainer so you can see for yourself!
Some of the benefits of the VersaMill® include:
- The ability to create a finer and more consistent grind
- A decrease in your energy usage by more than 30%
This book is a comprehensive guide to the RMS VersaMill®, and a valuable resource for learning and understanding the benefits and features of the machine. It contains information on how the VersaMill® is different from traditional mills, product features, benefits, and the industries set to benefit the most.
Check it all out for yourself by downloading a complimentary copy. Enjoy!
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAYS
It takes a good mill to make good whiskey! So glad to have you all as partners.
Thank you for all the help with the project. Mill is phenomenal, grind is excellent and has already shaved off 1.78 hours of milling time.
We never have a problem with our mill. It just works. It’s always great to start brew day off right by using a piece of equipment that is dependable and works so well.
It's nice to have a piece of machinery that I don't have to question whether or not it will work.
The RMS team is super easy to get a hold of and the customer service has always been excellent.
KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY STUDY
HOW TO FEED AFFECTS LIVESTOCK GROWTH
FINER PARTICLES INCREASE WEIGHT GAIN IN LIVESTOCK
In an agricultural feed case study conducted by Kansas State University, particle sizes of different grains were tested to determine the effect on livestock growth and weight gain. The experiment led to the discovery that every 100 microns decrease in particle size resulted in an increase in the dollar return per animal. Switching to a roller mill that provides a finer grain, such as a VersaMill®, could result in hundreds, thousands, or even millions of dollars depending on the size of the farm and the amount of livestock.