Peanut butter making set

The Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), an international development agency which aims to find practical answers to poverty by promoting sustainable use of technology, offers proven peanut butter making equipment from its manufacturing outlet in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The set consists of a simple, manually operated peanut sheller, a The Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), an international development agency which aims to find practical answers to poverty by promoting sustainable use of technology, offers proven peanut butter making equipment from its manufacturing outlet in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The set consists of a simple, manually operated peanut sheller, a gas fired peanut roaster and an electric peanut butter mill.
The sheller can process up to 50kg in 30 to 45 minutes, although the speed is entirely dependent on the operator. It costs about US$225.
The roaster processes batches of 10-15kg in 20 to 30 minutes. Roasting 500kg of peanuts uses 20kg of gas. The gas fired roaster costs about $235. Also available are wood, coal and charcoal fired versions.
The mill has a capacity of 25kg/hour. Included in the price of $450 is a stainless steel pot. It is supplied with instruction manual and a 6-month guarantee. Spares are available.
Contact Thembinkosi Nyathi: thembinkosin@itdg.org.zw or the IT Business shop, tel +4-669 773/4; itbshop@icon.co.za