The flour mill is the plant’s primary component. You should set up a mill with a minimum diameter of 20 inches so that you can produce 10 to 15 quintals of flour each day. You will get daily profits of between 2000 and 2500 rupees from it.
The motor is the second component of a flour mill powered by solar energy. A 10 horsepower motor can be installed to operate a 20- to 24-inch flour mill. Always use a reliable company motor like ours while making your selection. On the solar panel, the motor with minimal jerk load performs excellently.
The fourth item is the solar VFD drive, commonly known as the solar drive. The function of the solar drive is to transform the DC energy produced by your solar panel into AC energy that can power the motor. When purchasing this drive, keep in mind to get one of high quality, like ours, and to install a solar drive that is larger than the horsepower of the motor you have already installed. If your mill’s motor, for instance, has 10 horsepower, you should only utilise 15 horsepower; otherwise, if there is too much turbulence, the motor won’t shut off.
The solar panel mounting framework, or solar panel stand, is listed at position five. The solar panel stand is a crucial component of the solar power plant that substantially affects how much power it produces. If the solar panel stand is not installed in the correct orientation and to the right degree, your solar power plant won’t produce its full potential, causing you to lose money unfairly. The solar panel should always be positioned with its face toward the south and put at the proper angle so that your plant may produce more power with fewer panels.
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