Professional Series Stainless Steel Pepper Mill Kit - 14 in

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  • 14" – 36cm Pepper Mill Mechanism
  • Professional Series; Built for the performance-minded chef
  • Textured and rounded top knob; slip resistant and finger friendly for comfortable use
  • Stamped top knob for easy spice identification and adjustment instruction 
  • Stainless steel mechanism; fully adjustable from a coarse to a fine grind
  • Spring tension system holds the top knob at your preferred setting
  • Made in USA
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Professional Series Stainless Steel Pepper Mill Kit - 14 in.

MADE IN USA!! This high quality 14 inch pepper grinder mechanism. All the parts you need to create your functional masterpiece! Mechanism is from Chef Specialties -  a leader in the industry.

  • 14" – 36cm Pepper Mill Mechanism
  • Professional Series; Built for the performance-minded chef
  • Textured and rounded top knob; slip resistant and finger friendly for comfortable use
  • Stamped top knob for easy spice identification and adjustment instruction 
  • Stainless steel mechanism; fully adjustable from a coarse to a fine grind
  • Spring tension system holds the top knob at your preferred setting
  • Made in USA

The shaft on this may be easily trimmed down to make a whatever size mill you need. 

Ed has put together a great tutorial on making pepper mills with this kit. It is available in the instructions section or you can download the pdf directly here.

Peppermill Tutorial

Peppermill Instructions

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Product questions

  • Steven Frederickson
    Mar 15, 2020, 12:58 PM

    My grinder has a shaft length of 13.5" with the grinder hole being 1" in diameter. Will this work for me?

    Administrator
    Mar 15, 2020, 02:28 PM

    It will not be "plug and play".

    On the last page (14) of my tutorial, it shows a very good picture of the inset and crossbar that is required on the bottom of the peppermill. The "grinder" part of the mechanism is 1..625" in diameter. The crossbar needs about another .250" in radius (.5" in diameter). So you will need to make that work. Since your existing peppermill is already drilled, you will have GREAT difficulty using a forstner bit.

    So, I can't tell you if it will work for you--depends on how resourceful you are in solving drilling problems.

    Ed