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|Title:||Fabrication of a millet washing machine|
Agblo, E. T.
Idun-Acquah, N. N.
|Publisher:||Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Food Research Institute|
|Abstract:||A millet washing machine was fabricated to address and improve the hygienic conditions and reduce the drudgery involved in the traditional method of washing millet to improve timeliness before further processing. The major components of the millet washing machine include the washing chamber, the wastewater exit, the machine frame and the stirring system. The washing chamber consists of perforated vessel with vertical height, top and bottom diameters as 12", 19.5" and 16" respectively. The machine frame has a vertical height of 28". The stirring system is run by a 1.5 HP variable electric motor|
|Appears in Collections:||Food Research Institute|
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