Mt Pulaski is Mikro’s leading manufacturer of corn cob and cornmeal tumbling and processing equipment. We carry Mt Pulaski for top clients in our nation’s ever-growing agriculture and agrichemical industries. Whether you’re a local processing plant or serving countries across the globe, Mikro has the equipment rated for the best handling of corn cob and other agricultural products.
Mt Pulaski offers industrial equipment to produce fine corncob grit, flour, animal bedding, agrochemical carriers, and more. They also offer high quality sandblasting equipment and other industrial finishing services. Mt Pulaski is native to Illinois, but their partnership with Mikro as a dealer makes their industry’s finest equipment available nationwide.
Mikro offers not only the finest Mt Pulaski products, but process testing to ensure peak performance with your facility’s equipment. Depending on the materials used and the desired end result, our engineers will work with your team to design the most efficient setup for your Mt Pulaski equipment.
In addition to our fine line of Mt Pulaski products, we also offer a Job Shop for processing, finishing, and cleaning needs for industrial applications. Our Job Shop can handle any service, big or small, and guarantees ready-to-ship quality products. We want both you and your end-user to be satisfied with the Mikro job. We provide many industrial finishing services including:
- Vibratory deburring
- Hand deburring
- Edge breaking
- Steel ball burnishing
- Pre-plate finishing
- Sand blasting
- Dry processing
- Parts washing
- Centrifugal finishing
If you’re interested in what Mt Pulaski products have to offer, contact Mikro today. We are a nationwide dealer for all of your industrial finishing, raw material processing, and deburring services. Our product lines are extensive and affordable, guaranteeing that you’ll find what you need with us. Plus, Mikro’s customer service is unsurpassed. We dedicate every second of our time to ensuring the best end results at your facility. We never settle for less, and neither should you. Contact Mikro here to learn more.