CrushGrind - Billund - Grinder set 2 pieces
An innovative and different mechanism CrushGrind holds the record of having incorporated the ceramic mechanism, invented by the Japanese Mitsui Kamioka, into a millstone and first introduced it to the market in 1994.
The mechanism, patented and guaranteed for 25 years, is larger than those found on the market, which allows for more than double the amount of salt, pepper, spices or dried herbs ground than the competition.
Because of its shape, all types of salt, pepper, spices and dried herbs can be ground indiscriminately.
Furthermore, it is easy to clean: when switching from one spice to another, the gear can be cleaned by grinding coarse salt, adjusting the grinder to the minimum. In addition, unlike all other grinders, the CrushGrind is detachable, so it can be easily cleaned with water and detergent, taking care to let it dry thoroughly.
Many models for every need The CrushGrind grinder offer includes numerous models, intended for consumers or the on-trade. In addition to models made of natural materials, such as wood, the company also offers products made entirely or partly of biocomposite material, obtained by mixing wood fibre with oil from paper production.
Such as the Billund model, not by chance named after the Danish city, home of Lego, whose shape is reminiscent of coloured bricks, available in various colours.
The Billund grinder is an upside-down grinder that leaves no residue on the table.
It has a silicone cap on the bottom that makes it easy to fill with the spices or blends you like to use.
The Billund series is a fun and playful design, inspired by the colourful building blocks of Denmark.
It is based on a bio-composite material consisting of wood-based cellulose fibres from certified, sustainably managed forests. The material gives the products a warm, natural and earthy feel. In addition, the material has a low carbon footprint and, unlike crop-based biomaterials, this biocomposite does not interfere with the food production chain.
Height: 12 cm
⌀: 6 cm
Project by IDEAS / Sam Murley.