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Volume & Issue no: Volume 7, Issue 11, November 2018


Smart Multi Utility Spice Pulverizer Machine
Author Name:
Dr.V.Bharathi, Dr.P.Raja, M.Harikrishnan
ABSTRACT Indian foods are prepared tastily using variety of spice powders. However, Spice grinding is not that much easy and suitable for all households and chefs in restaurants due to lack of knowledge in proper proportion of ingredients and no machine for grinding small quantity. Many machines came but, the fineness of spice powder cannot be achieved even with the latest machines like mixer grinder. Hence, many households and chefs of restaurant using spice powder available in markets, but these powders had some preservatives and chemicals that cause severe health issues to human. The flour mills provide superfine spice powder and excellent taste but it is more economic and requires high voltage for operation and produces more noise. In flour mill graining the quantity for graining should be high and for good taste, correct proportion of ingredients is to be chosen manually by experts. Hence, Smart Multi Utility Spice Pulverizer Machine (SMUSPM) is proposed which can grain and give required spice powder within few seconds by automatically selecting ingredients. Automatic selection of ingredients is controlled by programmed Arduino processor. The SMUSPM consumes less power for operation, it produces less noise while working and its blade is designed to provide fine grained spice without heat and it can operate in single phase supply. SMUSPM is user friendly and anybody can operate this machine without any technical knowledge. Keywords: Pulverizer, Spices, Flour mills, Grinding, Blade designed, Automation
Cite this article:
Dr.V.Bharathi, Dr.P.Raja, M.Harikrishnan , " Smart Multi Utility Spice Pulverizer Machine" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 7, Issue 11, November 2018 , pp. 040-047 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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