The device is Bastak branded and its model is 7500.
It is used for measuring the weight of grains.
It is used for measuring the density of grains.
The device is used for measuring the Nilemalitre in wheat, rice, corn, lentil and similar grains.
The objective of the Nilemalitre test in wheat is to estimate the flour productivity.
When the Nilemalitre of the wheat increases, the flour productivity increases as well.
The Nilemalitre value varies according to the form, density, size and uniformity of the grain. It consists of 4 parts, measuring container, filling hopper, blade and digital balance.
It is made of hard brass and Copper coated with chrome, stainless steel and aluminum, according to world standards.
Portable and easy to carry.
The blade of the device is made of stainless steel.
The digital balance can operate with the batteries of 9 volt and for this reason it can be used in farm.
The outside dimensions of the device are 166x132x470 mm and its net weight is 1.75 kg.