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Electric Grain Grinder Mill 1000g High-speed Spice Herb Mill Com
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ðSAFETY LID DESIGN amp; OVERLOAD PROTECTION - Corn grinder made of food-grade stainless steel, sturdy and durable, tough and durable.The grinder will automatically turn off the power when overloaded, to protect your safety, gently press red button reset, you can continue to use it normally.Recommend use time is no more than 3 minutes. Do not continuously operate the machine, and it takes 5-10 minutes to rest after every 3 minutes of grinding work.
ðSTAINLESS STEEL MATERIAL - The whole body is made of high quality stainless steel and meets food safety requirements.Flour mill equipped with 304 stainless steel three-layer blades with 25000rpm super high grinding speed, and the fineness can reach to 50-300 mesh, make the powder more delicate and increase your work efficiency.
ðMULTIPURPOSE GRINDER MILL - Applicable to pulverizing all kinds of dried materials, including grains, soy, corn, barley, rice, wheat, mung beans, coffee beans), spices (star anise, fennel, pepper, rosemary) ,herbs ,sesame, peanuts, walnuts. Please make sure the materials you gonna to grind cover the long blade and no more than 2/3 of the jar to leave the space for blade's turning when grinding.
ð180Â°SWING TYPEï¼Swing type is more convenient than stand type.convenient to swing the machine body when it is working, which can make powder more uniform and fine. You could swing the machine body to pour the powder out instead of pick up the whole grinder. cereal mill grinder can set the time, 0~5min, it will stop automatically, save your time and effort.
ðSCOPE OF USE : Electric food mill is widely used in familiesï¼kitchens,restaurants,clinic,hospital,pharmacy, institute laboratories,medicine processing factory,food store and powder processing,instead of traditional grinders.If there is anything we can help with,warmly welcome to contact us.
The grain mill grinder can mill the high volumes of grain to make flour and recipes incredibly easy. Owning your own grain mill will allow you to control exactly what goes into your bread, baking and other cooking and eating. In addition, grinding grains yourself means you will get more vitamins and minerals and their attendant health benefits.
LEJIEYIN 1000g Electric Stainless Steel High-speed Grain Grinder Mill
The fineness of the powder varies with the grinding time. You can control the grinding time or the number of grinding according to your needs.
Recommend grinding capacity one timeï¼the material you gonna to grind one time must cover the long blade in the middle and no more than 2/3 of the tank.
Recommend use time: no more than 3 minutes. It takes 5-10 minutes to rest after every 3 minutes of work.
The grinder pulverizes materials through high-speed rotation and collision, which will generate heat to make the machine hot. This is a normal phenomenon and does not affect the normal use of the grinder. Please do not worry.
It is recommended to use a brush or towel to clean the cabin, and not to wash it with water directly. Water in the motor may cause safety hazards.
Capacity : 1000g
Rated power: 2000W
Working time:5 minutes
Interval:5 - 10 minutes
Three kinds of stainless steel blades: powder blade(impact crush), rotary blade(cycle grinding), dust removal blade(clean the bottom). The fineness of grinding from 30 mesh to 300 mesh
Lid buckle design
Gently lock, firmly locked. Fasten the buckle during grinding to prevent powder spillage
Upgraded Air Overload Protection
When overloaded(heating, overdose) the machine automatically stops, solves the problem and can be restarted simply by pressing the safety switch.
You can adjust time within 0~5 min, when time is up, the machine will stop automatically, no need to wait all the time, save time and effort
Swing type is more convenient than upright type. You could swing the machine body to pour the powder out instead of pick up the whole grinder. And Swinging the grinder when it is working, which can make powder more uniform and fine.
1.High quality commutator: The key component of the motor, which will affect the operation of the motor.
2.High temperature resistance coiled silicon steel sheet: Excellent electromagnetic properties,high conductivity, high temperature resistance, long life.
3.Metal motor blade: Wear resistance, ensure the stability and safety of the motor for a long time.
How to exchange Carbon Brushes
Three steps to exchange carbon brush
Please find the carbon brush port on both side of the grinder.
Please rotate the nut counterclockwise with a slotted screwdriver till the little carbon brush loose enough to take out.
Put your new carbon brush into the port, and tighten the nut clockwise.
Sometimes the grinder machine is not working without any performance such as bad smell or smoke. Please don't worry and cut off the power. Check whether the CARBON BRUSHES are loosing, please tighten them then try to start the grinder.
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