Oil Seeds Crushing Machine
Oil seeds crushing machine is also called cracking machine, which is designed to crush the raw materials into small pieces in order to meet the flaking condition in oil pressing plant. After crushing, it could increase the superficial area of raw material, beneficial for adjusting moisture and temperature when cooking. Usually it is suitable for soybean, peanut, palm kernel and some other big size raw materials. Areca the oil mill solution serves the Edible oil / non edible oil mill machinery. Areca the Oil Mill Solutions are Research& Development (R & D) Machines.
We make varies kind of oil mills like mara chekku machine, cold press oil extraction machine, rotary oil extraction machine, screw type oil mill machines. The Areca oil mill machine makes varies size too, starting from 5 Hp, 7.5 Hp, 10 Hp , 12.5 Hand 15 Hp in power variants and also starting from 16 Kg per hour to 60 Kg per Hour Production in Rotary oil extraction mill machines. Areca Oil Extraction machines can extract all kind of oil seeds like Groundnut (Peanut) Oil, Sesame Oil (Gingerly Oil), Coconut (Copra)Oil, Mustard Oil, Sunflower Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Castor Oil, Flax-seed (Linseed)Oil, Almond Oil, olive oil , Vegetable Oil as well as non-edible oils like need, Karachi Oil, Pungan Oil, Illupan Oil, Neem Oil, Murungakka(Drumstick) Oil, Black seed (Black Cumin) Oil, castor oil, Cashew shell Oil, Cottonseed Oil.etc.,. Areca the oil mill solution have7 lack more customers in all over the world. Areca the oil mill machines Manufacture strongly present to our new products every year and produce the value addition machines for oil mill Industry.
Specifications of Oil Seeds Crushing machine:
|Name of the Product||Oil Seeds Crushing Machine|
|Machine Extraction Method||Cold Press|
|Oil Seed Crushing Parts||Iron|
|Motor Power||Depends on model 5 Hp to 15 Hp|
|Motor Voltage||440 V|
|Motor Phase||3 Phase|
|Motor RPM||Depends on Model|
|Automatic Grade||Semi Automatic|
|Capacity||Depends on model (16 kg/Hr to 60 Kg/Hr)|
|Other Oil Seeds||Edible Oil : Groundnut Oil, Sesame Oil (Gingerly Oil), Coconut (Copra) Oil, Mustard Oil, Sunflower Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Castor Oil, Flax-seed (Linseed) Oil, Almond Oil, Olive Oil , Vegetable Oil. Non-Edible Oil : Karachi Oil, Pungan Oil, Illupan Oil, Neem Oil, Murungakka (Drumstick) Oil,Black-seed (Black Cumin) Oil, Castor Oil, Cashew Shell Oil, Cottonseed Oil.|
First step: Preparation of the oil containing material prior to solvent extraction
- Cleaning and Drying
- Mechanical preparation
Second step: Solvent extraction of the material suitably prepared
- Miscella distillation
- Solvent recovery
- Meal treatment.
Cleaning, Drying and Preparation of the seeds/beans
In the past, crushing was done between mill stones that later became steel rolls. Hence the factories are known as oil mills and the process as oil milling or oil-seed crushing. Seeds with a high oil content, like rape seed and sunflower seed, are usually mechanically pressed in expellers after a preheating step in indirectly heated conditioners. The expelled cake (or pressed cake) will then be further treated in the extractor, since it might still content up to 18 per cent of oil. In some cases the expelled cake is not further extracted but after deep expelling sold as such for feed purposes
Crude oils having relatively high levels of phosphates (e.g., soybean oil) may be de-gummed prior to refining to remove the majority of those phospholipid compounds. During the de-gumming process the crude oil is treated with a limited amount of water in order to hydrate the phosphates and then separate them by gentrification. After the de-gumming process, the crude oil is dried
Solvent extraction is used to separate oil from seeds/beans where the principle is to employ a volatile liquid in which the oil is freely soluble. The common solvent used by crushers is hexane*. The pre-processed seeds/beans are treated in a multistage counter-current process with solvent until the remaining oil content is reduced to the lowest possible level.
Drying, cooling, storage
To obtain a stable and transportable feed material that is fit for storage, the meal is subsequently dried and cooled. During this process, the water content of the meal is reduced from 18 – 20% to below 14%. In general, oil meals are stored in silos. At present, the packing in bags is limited to exceptional cases. In order to avoid the sticking of the oil meals to the wall of the silo, it is common practice that an anti caking agent (among-st others mineral clay’s like bleaching clay) is added. This is particularly necessary when the silos reach considerable heights. The anti caking agents used are those permitted by feed-stuff legislation.