Size: 1970 x 700 x 780mmmm
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Functional Characteristics of YZS-120 Screw Oil Press★ Wide application for a rage of vegetable seeds and nuts: Be capable of processing oil from coconut (copra), soya beans, cotton seed, sunflower seed and so on.
★ High oil output rate: Directional pressure, multistage propulsion, can press oil out at one-time.
★ High production: Strengthen feed system and fltting speed to improve pressing work efficiency
★ Safe and convenient: Compact structure, Occupy less space, easy and safe operation with traditional full enclosed protective covers.
★ Elegant appearance and easy to clean: electrostatic spraying with new material, strong adhesion, resistance to grease and high temperature.
★ Durable in use: The machine adopts High quality wear-resistant steel and fatigue resistance of the casting to ensure continuous working for a long time.
How to Extract Coconut Oil?
To prepare for coconut oil extraction, first crack open fresh coconuts and remove the copra by carefully prying the meat away from the shell with a knife. Cut the copra into 1/4 inch pieces. There is no need to remove the brown outer lining, called the testa, on the coconut meat. Allow the copra to dry thoroughly to remove all moisture from the meat. Now that the press in clean and ready to operate, put the dried copra into the hopper in the top of the oil expeller, turn on the press and it will compress the copra to extract the oil. If you want purer oil, you can equip a filter press or set up a small oil refining line to filterate your coconut oil.
Coconut /Copra Oil Production
There are basically two different types of coconut oil: Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) and RBD Oil. These two vary on the methods used to produce them. RBD Oil is made from the dried copra while VCO is made from fresh coconut meat. RBD Oil and VCO are processed and produced in a variety of ways that can affect its quality, appearance, and flavor.
RBD Oil is made from the dried copra while VCO is made from fresh coconut meat. RBD Oil and VCO are processed and produced in a variety of ways that can affect its quality, appearance, and flavor. What follows are the Common Methods of Processing Coconut Oil:RBD Oil is produced from copra. Copra is dried coconut meat which is made by smoke-, sun-, or kiln-drying, or a combination of the three. Due to the drying process that is usually not sanitary, the unrefined coconut oil extracted from copra is not suitable for human consumption and must be purified. Consequently, it is refined. To extract more oil, high heat or solvents are used in this process. Filtering is also done to remove impurities and particles. In filtering, a bleaching agent is commonly added to create a coconut oil that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. Food coloring is usually added by many processors for more appeal. RBD Oil is sometimes hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated. When it is not hydrogenated, RBD Oil can be labeled as "natural". The end product of the process is yellowish-white in color, has a thick texture, with no taste or odor.