In fact Palladini understood that to have a product of great quality it was necessary to have a rapid olive milling and to follow the basic laws of hygiene. With these rules he produced a very good oil that made him won many competitions in Italy and in Europe.
From the early 1900s Raffaele Baldini Palladini’s oil began to be exported to the United States and Europe.
In the mill there are two kind of machines related to the two phases of the production system: the oldest machines, the muller millstone, animal traction, and a wood with 3 screws press, and the hydraulic machines of 1920, a muller mill, two presses and a centrifugal separator.
The oil produced in this mill was of different qualities, the valuablest was the oil from the first pressing, then the oil of less quality.