Cao Van Dien is the neighborhood rice grinder. For a small fee, he and his wife, Kim Loan, will set up their electric-powered stone grinder and grind your rice for you. It’s very unusual to grind red rice, so he’s checking the texture often as his wife adjusts the tightness of the grinding wheels.
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i wish to know if the major grinding parts are made of granite stone,is iit run by electric motor?(a.c.motor 220volts,60herts,___horse power.
i need to know if the major parts are made of granite stone,run by electric power (a.c.motor 220volts,60 hertz.___horse power.cost a unit in us dollars
Jose, I’m so sorry, but I don’t know the electrical power details, the type of stone, and definitely not the cost. This particular set-up was running off power in Vietnam, so yes, it’d be 220V, most probably Type A since it’s in the southern part of the country.