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Huge Scope of Ghani for Sani and Oil

What is GHANI ?

GHANI is a sturdy rotary machine being used in India since centuries to extract pure , natural, fresh cooking oil from sesame, groundnut, coconut, sunflower, mustard etc as a cold pressed machine. It extracts oil at very low temperature below 50 degree C. So Ghani oil is the best quality oil. It is driven by 2 hp 3 phase motor or 3 hp single phase motor. It has crushing capacity of 10 kg per batch of 40 minutes. So it can crush 120 kg oil seeds per day. Ghani occupies only 1 sq mt space. So it is ideally suitable as home industry and women can also run it. Ghani has 4 castor wheels at the bottom for easy movement anywhere in the home or shop. There is a bright scope of establishing half million Ghanis in cities , towns and villages for providing fresh cooking oil.

TINYTECH KAMDHENU GHANI machine is the most scientific and most modern piece of technology.  When  I perfected its design after 2 years efforts, my heart was filled up with deep complacency that I have done very nice work. Entire GHANI is a compact machine accommodated on 600mm x 600mm base frame. 2 HP electric motor drives vertical mortar revolving at 16 RPM through reduction gear box. Pestle and mortar are so much robust that practically there is no maintenance. Pressure increasing device is through heavy spring and screw. V belt guard is provided for V belt from motor to bottom gear box.

Ghani is not suitable for low content oilseeds such as cottonseed, neemseed, soyabean etc. Total weight of the Ghani is 300kg.

What is SANI ?

SANI is the most nutritious and most delicious sweet product made of sesame and jaggery. SANI sweet is prepared in GHANI machine. Though SANI is made of sesame and jaggery, it is not only mixture of sesame and jaggery. It is far more than that. 6 kg of sesame is crushed into the GHANI for 8 minutes. Then about 6% water is added. After revolving for further 3 minutes, about 1 kg of sesame oil will be seen flowing from the top to bottom of the pestle. Then 4 kg jaggery is added. It will take further 3 minutes to get jaggery thoroughly mixed to make 10 kg of homogeneous paste called SANI sweet. Then Ghani is stopped and Sani is taken out which takes further 3 minutes. So total cycle time  is 8 + 3 + 3 + 3 = 17 minutes. So in one hour, 30 kg of Sani can be prepared. Though it is not cooked on fire, it is just like cooked product. Freshly prepared SANI is very much tasty and delicious and extremely nutritious. It is so much marvelous product that Europe and America have still not found any product equivalent to SANI in taste, in nutrition and its qualities.

This SANI making business is highly profitable in all cities and towns of India. Daily profit of Rs 4000/- is normal profit in SANI making if you can sell 100kg SANI. Total investment in machinery is not more than Rs 65000/- which can be earned back in 20 days only. Any person can come personally here in our office in winter time to see production and sale of SANI sweet. What you can not believe, you will see in reality.

Advantages of SANI sweet

(1)SANI is the most nutritious product for children, to youth persons and also to old age people.
(2) SANI is sweet, tasty and delicious product. So everybody can enjoy eating of SANI.
(3) SANI is best and quick remedy for removing malnutrition from poor people.
(4) SANI is blessing to the refugee camps as one GHANI can make SANI for 2000 people in 10 hours without cooking.
(5) SANI can improve the health of the society and can make the body stronger.
(6) SANI is the blessing to the poor people because it is the cheapest sweet. One person can eat 100 grams.
(7) SANI eating by pregnant women will deliver healthy child.
(8) SANI eating can improve the eye sight.
(9) Regular eating of SANI in winter season will make the person free of disease.
(10) If SANI is fed regularly to children or young persons suffering from malnutrition, all diseases arising from malnutrition will disappear and people will become healthy and expense of medicines and hospitals will be no more.


Extraction of oil from Ghani is more art and less science. it requires good practice to master the art. For a technician of Ghani, it is very easy game to extract oil. But if you don't know anything, you will require practice. Adding water, at what time and how much is crucial factor for successful operation. Ghani machine is perfect in everything. But if you do not know art of extraction, it will not extract oil at all. So if oil is not coming out, it is not fault of Ghani machine, but it is fault and ignorance of operator of Ghani. When I first time made ghani, it did not give oil at all even after running many hours. Then we consulted one expert technician and he extracted 4 litres of oil only in 30 minutes in the same Ghani. Then I understood that machine has no fault but operator has fault.

COST  OF THE GHANI = Rs.60000/- + 5% tax.


I am receiving many inquiries of wooden ghani. I am really surprised why people are asking wooden ghani. It seems that there is a wide spread misunderstanding about wooden ghani. There is no doubt that wooden ghani is inconvenient compared to steel ghani.  Wooden ghani is full of problems of maintenance as mortar and pestle are worn out frequently and to be changed with lot of expense. 18’’ diameter wood for mortar is available rarely or with great difficulty. Cast iron mortar is life long with no maintenance at all. Steel pestle is also life long with no maintenance. So there are lot of benefits of steel ghani compared to wooden ghani.

So I wonder why people are asking wooden ghani. Before 30 years, when I developed steel ghani, I came across the argument that oil quality is better in wooden ghani. I searched and studied all the literature available throughout the world related to oil extraction and I found that this argument is completely baseless. It is just like superstition that wooden ghani gives better quality oil. It is not so at all. I personally feel that steel ghani gives better oil than wooden ghani because wood will absorb some quantity of oil and wood may be of inferior quality also. It is not so with steel. So I established that steel ghani gives better oil than wooden ghani. So in this age of industrialization where iron and steel are widely available , costly scarce wood should not be used for making ghani. It is just foolishness.

(75 years engineer promoting people's own power)


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