Operate milling machines that pulverize sawdust to make wood flour.
What does a Wood Flour Miller do?
Operates milling machine that pulverizes and sifts sawdust to make wood flour: Reads work order to ascertain quantity and particle size of flour required. Selects screen of specified mesh and places it on bed of reciprocating sifter. Starts hammer mill, conveyors, and sifter, and observes pulverizing and sifting operation. Inspects flour samples to verify adherence to specifications. Empties sifters, conveyors, or mills with handscoop when overloading or jamming occurs. Repairs holes in screens by gluing section of mesh over damaged area or by fastening screen onto frame. May sack flour.