Type: Industrial Mixer Grinder
Gross Weight: 13 Kg
- Full Metallic Aluminium Body
- 230V-50Hz AC only
- Rating: 60 minutes
(5 min. ON – 2 min. OFF)
- R.P.M. 12000 to 18000 max
- 3 speed motor with pulse operation
- Insulation – E – Class
The capacity of jars:
- Processing Jar-5 Ltrs.
- Dry Grinding Jar-2.25 Ltrs.
- Extra sharp food grade S.S Blades.
- Elegant and agile design.
- Non-Magnetic sintered bush.
- Vibration resistant rubber feet.
- Ideal for hotel & restaurant.
- Warranty – 6 months on motor only.
Customer Support: +91 9710000209
A Few Tips For Better Performance
- Read all instruction carefully and be familiar with your machine before use.
- Before first use or after a long period of non-use, check to see if the shaft of the jars rotates smoothly.
- The air ventilation holes at the bottom of the motor unit may get blocked if the machine is used on any thin plastic sheet, cloth, or paper, etc. They get sucked up, blocking the ventilation holes and causing excessive heating up the motor.
- For optimum efficiency, this industrial mixer grinder should be operated at the specified voltage only. Voltage fluctuations during operation may affect the quality of grinding adversely.
- For extra fine grinding sieve, the ground substance through a fine nylon sieve to the consistency required. Later, the leftover can be put in the grinder, regrind and sieved again.
- While grinding hard substances like turmeric, ensure that it is well pounded before putting it in the grinding jar.
- Never allow sugar or salt to overheat by running the grinder too long. It will melt and stick to the blades causing damage to your machine.
- For best result, raw meat should be kept in the refrigerator for half an hour before use.
- Sometimes during tough wet grinding, air bubbles develop inside the paste and the blades start rotating empty resulting in heavy noise. Whenever it happens, stop the motor immediately, stir the paste and restart the machine.
- The motor is designed to operate on 3 speeds and a switch is provided to control any speed directly. MED speed is suitable for mixing and pureeing. HIGH speed should be used for dry and wet grinding. However, a speed different than the one suggested above can be used to suit a special recipe.