An oil seed processing plant typically consists of various machineries designed to handle the extraction of oil from different types of oilseeds
This machine is specifically designed to remove the outer shell or husk of groundnuts (peanuts).
It utilizes mechanical means to crack and separate the shells from the kernels.
The aspirator attached to the decorticator helps remove any remaining husk or debris, ensuring clean and separated kernels
The destoner machine is used to separate stones, rocks, and heavy impurities from the oilseeds.
It employs techniques such as air classification, gravity separation, and sieving to effectively remove unwanted materials.
The attached aspirator helps to further clean the seeds by removing any light impurities
A vibrator with screener is used to separate small particles, dust, and fine impurities from the oilseeds.
The machine utilizes vibrations and screens with different mesh sizes to achieve accurate and efficient separation based on particle size.
This machine is used to separate the oilseeds based on their size and density.
It employs techniques like sieving, grading, and airflow to classify the seeds into different categories for further processing.
An oil expeller is a machine that mechanically extracts oil from oilseeds.
It applies continuous pressure to the seeds, often through a screw or hydraulic press, to extract the oil.
The expelled oil is collected, while the remaining solid residue is known as oil cake or meal
The filter press is used to separate the oil from any solid particles or impurities that might be present.
The oil is passed through a series of filter plates or membranes, which trap the impurities and allow the clean oil to pass through, resulting in a clearer and purer oil.
A roaster machine is used to roast or heat the oilseeds before oil extraction.
Roasting enhances the flavour and aroma of the oil and also helps to break down the cell structure of the seeds, facilitating easier oil extraction.
Buffing and flanking are processes employed to further refine and improve the appearance of the extracted oil.
Buffing involves using brushes or polishing materials to enhance the shine and texture of the oil, while flanking refers to removing any residual impurities or sediments through additional filtration or clarification processes.
Finally, the processed oil is stored in clean and food-grade storage tanks. These tanks help preserve the quality of the oil by protecting it from air, light, and moisture.
|Production Capacity||500 Kg/Day|
|Area required||25 x 20 Feet|