This Man Has Created Automated Paani Puri Machine Which Works Like ATM: Find Out How It Works
The outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown imposed nationwide made us miss out on our favorite street food, especially paani puri.
But here’s a good news – a man from Gujarat has designed a new automatic paani puri machine that will ensure that social distancing norms are all met with while we relish our favorite streetside snack!
What’s more, is that the machine has been made completely from scrap!
Find out how this machine works right here!
Gujarat Man Develops Automated Paani Puri Dispensing Machine From Scrap
The name of this genius is Bharat Prajapati, who’s 33 years old and is based out of Gujarat. He runs a mobile and electronics repair shop in Raviyana village. He has designed a new gadget of sorts, that will work like an ATM machine, and also help maintain social distancing.
Prajapati explained that he learned the skills to make the machine through years of experience of handling electronics. He is a school dropout and has completed a one month mobile repairing course only.
While talking about the machine, he said, “We can install this machine on the roadside, as well as in a shop. You can power it through the plug-in method or make it work using a chargeable battery. The machine works on a 24-volt standalone battery, and on a single charge, it can last for up to six hours.”
Prajapati Built Machine In Six Months; Entire Machine Made From Scrap
It took him an impressive span of only six months to develop this automatic golgappa machine. Additionally, he has built the entire machine from reused scrap from his shop. The cost of the machine came up to under Rs. 40,000 only. But he feels that if the machine is produced in a streamlined manner, the cost would be much less.
He said that the owner of the machine will only have to refill the puris regularly along with masala and the different kinds of paani, be it spicy, medium spicy, and sweet, inside the machine. The procedure that follows will be taken care of by the machine itself.
He hasn’t used any software used on the machine, but used an old keyboard to punch in the inputs.